A driver was arrested Monday morning in the parking lot of RNC headquarters in St. John's for a string of traffic violations.
The 39-year-old man was arrested for failing to transfer ownership, having a false sticker on his vehicle, driving an unregistered vehicle, with no insurance and driving while suspended.
He also owed in excess of $4,000 in unpaid fines and was taken directly to court where he appeared before a judge. His vehicle was impounded.
Two other drivers were arrested Monday in the St. John's-metro region for HIghway Traffic Act violations.
On Monday, around 2:16 p.m., RNC patrol officers conducted a traffic stop on Kenmount Road.
A 38-year-old man was arrested under the Highway Traffic Act and issued tickets for: unregistered vehicle, driving without a licence, and no insurance. He also owed in excess of $52,000 in unpaid fines. He was taken directly to court and his vehicle was impounded..
Around 2 p.m. Monday, RNC patrol officers conducted another traffic safety stop in Manuels, Conception Bay South.
This stop resulted in a 37-year-old man being issued summary offence tickets for: suspended licence, unregistered vehicle and failing to transfer ownership. He owed $3,000 worth of fines, his vehicle was impounded and he was released to appear in court at a later date.