BilboBongins.com Looking for Canadian Marijuana Growers.

Joseph BALASCH - Race Motor Vehicle

Source: Area OPP
Date: Tue Sep 29 04:11:29 MST 2020

(SOUTH HURON, ON) - Huron County Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) has charged a London resident with Performing a Stunt - Racing after he was stopped for speeding this past weekend.

On Sunday, September 27, 2020 at approximately 10:40 a.m. a Huron County OPP officer was conducting RADAR patrols on Airport Line when a pickup truck was observed travelling northbound well over the speed limit. A RADAR device was utilized and the speed of the truck was measured at a speed nearly 70 km/h over the posted 80 km/h speed limit.

Joseph BALASCH, 22 years of age from London has been charged with Racing. His motor vehicle was impounded and his driver's licence was automatically suspended for seven days. A court date has been set for later this fall.

Area OPP

Jonas GREGORIO - 140 in an 80
Extortion
21 Year Old Caught Going 135 in an 80
Tractor Stolen
Repeat Offender BAILEY Arrested Again
Drunk Driver Flagged Down Officer Now Facing Several Charges
Ryan SANDERSON - Drunk Driving
Criminals Ram Homeowners Vehicle
Police Offer Tips To Protect Your Weed After Plants Stolen
Sunday SALTER Arrested For Break, Enter & Theft
Repeat Offender Charged Again - Adam Ronald HERMANIS
Seaforth Break and Enter
BMW "Stolen"
More Stunt Drivers Charged
23 Year Old Caught Going 135 in an 80
Tara INGRAM - Impaired Driving, Refuse To Blow
18 Year Old Caught Going 130 in a 60 - NIXON
Brandon REED - Drugs & Weed @ RIDE
Lyle Patrick OLIVER - 135 in an 80
Fatal Collision Update - Second Child Succumbs To Injuries
10 Year Old Killed In Collision Involving Buggy - 9 Year Old Airlifted To Hospital
Tobias Alexander NISBET - Drive While Suspended, Drinking & Driving, etc.
Daniel Gebrat MEHARY - 140 in an 80
32 Foot Trailer Stolen - Plate: N8997V
Alyssa MARTIN - Drunk Driving

South Huron











North Huron











Wingham Police Service











© 2015 GFP. All Parties are to be presumed innocent. Note: We archive all police press releases and make them available to the public. If you were listed in press release in error, please contact the police detachment that issued the PR and request a correction. Press releases will not be deleted from our archive. If your charges were dropped, it does not change the historical fact that a PR was issued.