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Sudbury driver passes OPP detachment with no plates, charged

29-year-old had no insurance, ownership, or a legal licence
Sudbury driver charged after passing OPP station with no licence plates, insurance, or ownership, and a suspended licence. (Supplied)

Driving with no paperwork and no licence plates brought a sudden end to Canada Day celebrations for one Sudbury driver and ticketing for five hefty charges. 

On July 1, Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) Sudbury T.I.M.E officers stopped a BMW passing by the OPP detachment with no license plates. 

It was later determined that the 29-year-old was also driving without a considerable amount of necessary paperwork, and with one unpaid fine for driving while suspended under their name.

As a result, the driver in question was charged with failing to change the name on their vehicle ownership, having no license plates, operating a vehicle with no insurance, and two counts of driving while under suspension.