Huntsville accidents lead to charges of careless driving, public mischief
HUNTSVILLE — A pair of dangerous accidents on Hwy. 11 near Huntsville has resulted in charges.
Police say that on Tuesday July 28, just before 5:30 .p.m. Huntsville OPP and Muskoka EMS attended Highway #11 south near Madill Church Rd in Huntsville.
A Pontiac G5 was traveling on highway #11 drove into the centre median.
The driver a 17 year old from Huntsville was eventually issued a Provincial Offences Notice of Careless Driving. Muskoka EMS attended as a precaution, the driver did suffer any injuries.
And on Friday July 25, 2014 just before 6 a.m. Huntsville OPP and Muskoka EMS attended a vehicle rollover in the median at Highway #11 leading onto Muskoka Rd #3 north.
Officers found debris everywhere in the median, along with a heavily damaged Pontiac G6, but were unable to locate the occupants of the vehicle.
The officers were concerned for their well-being due to the amount of damage to the vehicle, Central Region Canine along with the Emergency Response Team (ERT) attended in hopes of locating anyone who may have been in the vehicle.
As a result of the investigation and the K-9 track Madison Scott, a 24-year-old male from South River and Kyle Landry, a 22-year-old male from Kearney have since been charged with Public Mischief under the Criminal Code of Canada.
They will both appear in the Ontario Court of Justice on September 10, 2014 to answer to their charges
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