Haldimand OPP has charged two more drivers with stunt driving over the weekend, but neither has been identified.
OPP stopped a vehicle on Highway 6 in Caledonia that was travelling more than 65 km/hour above the posted 80 km/hour speed limit, Friday evening.
The 23-year-old driver from Hamilton was charged with stunt driving.
Rainham Road in Selkirk was the venue where a vehicle was clocked on radar going more than 65 km/hour above the posted 50 km/hour speed limit, Sunday evening.
The 18-year-old driver from Hagersville is facing a stunt driving charge.
Both drivers had their licences automatically suspended for seven days and their vehicles towed from the scene and impounded for seven days.
Both are to appear at the Ontario Provincial Offences Court in Cayuga at a later date to answer to the charges.
Since March 29th, OPP have laid 13 stunt driving charges in Haldimand County.
“Speeding continues to be one of the leading causal factors in vehicle collisions. Traffic enforcement will remain paramount to curb this driving behaviour that puts lives at risk” says Constable Rod LeClair, Media Relations Officer, Haldimand County OPP.