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Routine speeding spot turns to criminal charges

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A routine speeding stop turns into criminal charges for two people.

At approximately 3:30am on July 21, North Bay OPP stopped the vehicle on Highway 11 in Callander.

While speaking with the people in the vehicle OPP, says that the officers believed that the passenger gave them the wrong name.

After an investigation, officers found that the driver had conditions to not be with the passenger. Both occupants were arrested and charged.

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The driver, a 42-year-old Brantford man was charged with
Fail to comply with release order (two counts);
Possession of a weapon for a dangerous purpose (two counts); and
Possession of a schedule I substance – Methamphetamine.

The passenger, a 42-year-old woman from Brantford, was charged with
Fail to comply with release order;
Obstruct police; and
Possession of a schedule I substance – Methamphetamine.

Both have been held pending bail, and are scheduled to attend the North Bay court today.

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