(COUNTY OF BRANT, ON) -On Saturday, August 7, 2021, at approximately 10:19 a.m., an officer with the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP), Brant County Detachment initiated a traffic stop on County Road 18 in Brant County, after observing vehicle committing a traffic offence.
When the officer spoke with the driver, it was determined that the individual was impaired. Further investigation revealed the rear licence attached to the vehicle had been reported stolen to Brantford Police Service.
Treyton BOMBERRY, 21-years-of-age from Six Nations of the Grand River First Nation, has been charged with:
- Operation while impaired – alcohol and drugs contrary to section 320.14(1)(a) of the Criminal Code (CC);
- Operation while impaired – blood alcohol concentration (80 plus) contrary to section 320.14(1)(b) of the CC;
- Possession Property Obtained by Crime Under $5,000 – in Canada contrary to CC section 354(1)(a) of the CC;
- Drive vehicle or boat with cannabis readily available contrary to section 12(1) of the Cannabis Control Act, 2017;
- Driving motor vehicle with open container of liquor contrary to section 32(1) of the Liquor Licence Act;
- Novice driver – B.A.C. above zero contrary to section 44.1(3) of the Highway Traffic Act (HTA);
- Use plate not authorized for vehicle contrary to section 12(1)(d) of the (HTA);
- Driver fail to surrender licence contrary to section 33(1) of the HTA;
- Fail to notify change of address – licence contrary to OReg 340/94 33(1) of the HTA;
- Class G1 licence holder – unaccompanied by qualified driver contrary to OReg 340/94 5(1) of the HTA;
- Fail to surrender permit for motor vehicle contrary to section 7(5)(a) of the HTA;
- Fail to surrender insurance card contrary to section 3(1) if the Compulsory Automobile Insurance Act.
The charged party is to appear in the Ontario Court of Justice in Brantford at a later date to answer to the charges.
Please do your part and never drive while impaired; if you suspect that someone is driving or is about to drive impaired by alcohol or drugs please call 9-1-1 to report it.