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Hefty fines handed out to motorists as police conduct school zone enforcement

Police say they clocked one driver at 116 km/h in a 60 zone
Photo from Waterloo Regional Police

Students, teachers, and motorists are all getting used to getting back to the routine following the summer break and Waterloo Regional Police have been out in school zones to ensure everyone stays safe. 

Police have been conducting school zone enforcement this week, and police say several drivers have been pulled over for excessive speed. 

Officers pulled over a woman driving 116 kilometres in a 60 kilometres zone, which happened near a school zone as well. 

On top of a hefty speeding fine, the woman is also charged with careless driving and failing to stop for police. 

A 22 year-old Cambridge man is facing a number of charges, including a weapon charge after he was pulled over in a school zone, - while on a motorcycle on Avenue Road in Cambridge. 

Police say he also didn't have any plates. 

Regional Police want to remind motorists to slow down, abide by school zone speed limits and pay attention. 

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