Guelph, Ontario – A Listowel man was caught driving on Tuesday, despite being bound by more than one court-ordered driving prohibition.
The man was initially pulled over because his license plates weren’t registered. It was soon discovered by police officers that he had not one, not two but six different court orders prohibiting him from driving, including three lifetime prohibitions for impaired driving.
When police searched the vehicle they found three prescription painkillers in the console and two open cans of alcohol.
A 48-year-old Listowel male is charged with six counts of operation while prohibited, possessing a controlled substance, using unauthorized plates, driving a motor vehicle with open alcohol, failing to surrender a motor vehicle permit and failing to surrender an insurance card. He will appear in a Guelph court Sept. 28.