Delta police nab driver doing 110km/h in 50 zone

Delta police nabbed a driver in a Dodge Challenger allegedly going 110km/h in a 50 zone Thursday morning, according to a social media post from the department.

“The car was impounded for 7-days, and the driver was charged with excessive speed and illegal pass on a laned roadway,” police said in a Facebook post.

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Police said they received a complaint about vehicles speeding each morning in the 10000-block of Hornby Drive.

The post said police set up laser speed detection, which clocked the car going 110km/h, in the area Thursday.

“At 6:45 a.m., the officers observed a Dodge Challenger in the oncoming lane, passing another vehicle, and estimated the speed to be 115km/hr.”

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