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Monday September 16th, 2013

Posted at 2:23pm

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Chatham-Kent OPP have charged four motorists after they were caught travelling 50km/h or more over the speed limit on the 401.

On Friday the 13th, before midnight, two separate vehicles were clocked on the 401 Highway by police radar at a speed of 164km/h and 159km/h near the Tilbury Service Centre.

On Saturday the 14th, in the early evening, OPP say two separate vehicles were clocked by police radar on the 401 Highway, at 170km/h and 152km/h near Kent Bridge Road.

24-year-old Fnu Tajeshwar of Sacremento, California, 29-year-old Hamda Mohamed of North York, Ontario, 58-year-old Darylann Martin of Buffalo, New York and 18-year-old Shankeka Williams-Coore of Ajax, Ontario were each charged with stunt driving and speeding by 50 or more km/h under the Highway Traffic Act.

The vehicles they were driving have been impounded for the prescribed 7-day period and their driver’s licences suspended for 7 days.

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