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Police in East Hants, N.S., issue 66 tickets to drivers in one day

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RCMP in East Hants, N.S., issued 66 tickets to drivers last Thursday.

Police were patrolling communities in Enfield, Milford and Shubenacadie to enforce traffic laws, according to a news release from the RCMP.

As a result, the police issued 66 tickets under the Motor Vehicle Act, including:

  • 10 for driving without valid inspection sticker or certificate
  • nine for driving without insurance
  • nine for driving an unregistered vehicle
  • eight for driving with a suspended licence
  • six for using a hand-held cellular device while driving
  • five for driving above the posted speed limit
  • five for not wearing a seat belt

Officers also issued three charges under the Criminal Code:

  • two for driving while prohibited
  • one for refusal or failure to provide a breath sample

For more Nova Scotia news visit our dedicated provincial page.

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