News O.P.P. Lays Several Traffic Charges, Including Road Rage Incident SHARE ON: Phil McCabe, staff Tuesday, Sep. 25th, 2018 Photo: Supplied Kawartha Lakes O.P.P. officers laid four charges in four days. The charges happened between this past Friday and Monday. A Yellowknife man is facing charges after a traffic stop Friday. When officers pulled the 56-year-old over they learned that he had been driving with a suspended license. He was charged accordingly and is due in Lindsay court November 1st. Police then responded to a single-vehicle crash on Highway 35 on Sunday. After they arrived at the scene officers believed the driver had been drinking. They arrested a 25-year-old from Emily Township for driving with 80mgs of alcohol in her bloodstream. The accused is due in Lindsay court November 1st. After that, a traffic complaint on Monday led to a 63-year-old Loyalist man facing three separate charges. Officers pulled the man over and charged him with driving with 80 mgs of alcohol in his bloodstream, driving while impaired and racing. He is not due in court until November 15th. Officers also responded to a traffic complaint of a driver being tailgated on Monday. After an investigation, it was discovered that a 30-year-old man had been tailgating someone and followed them to a Bobcaygeon home where there was a collision. The man has been charged with dangerous driving and assault with a weapon. He is due in court on November 1st.