An Oakville woman is facing charges after officers stopped a vehicle that was allegedly speeding through a Community Safety Zone in Ramara Township.
According to police, officers were conducting speed enforcement on County Road 169 near Rama Central School around 9:15 a.m on Tuesday (Sept. 10) morning when they noted a vehicle travelling at a high rate of speed in the Community Safety Zone.
“The vehicle was travelling 102 km/h in a posted 60 km/h zone,” reads a media release from police.
“Upon approach of the vehicle, police determined that the driver had an odor of an alcoholic beverage on her person. The driver refused to submit to a roadside breath test.”
Tasha Fluke of Oakville was charged with refusal to submit to a breath demand and speeding in a community safety zone.
She was released with a court date of Oct. 8 in Orillia.