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South Simcoe Police cruisers outside of the service’s station in Bradford.

A 22-year-old Bradford man is facing impaired driving charges after police say they received several complaints from the public.

According to South Simcoe police, at around 8 p.m. on July 9, officers received a call about two men causing a disturbance at a coffee shop on Innisfil Beach Road.

Police say the caller reported that the men drove off, and that the driver may have been impaired. When officers arrived on scene the vehicle was gone.

Officers say over the next two hours they received several more complaints about the same vehicle.

According to police, one caller reported the two men were shooting fireworks from the car while driving on 4th Line near Highway 400 in Innisfil.

Another caller told police the two men were allegedly trying to sell drugs to customers at a grocery store in Bradford.

Police also received a call from a resident who said the vehicle had allegedly failed to stop at a red light on Britannia Avenue.

Police say one citizen followed the car and provided officers with updated locations.

Police were ultimately able to stop the vehicle on Holland Street West near Moore Street.

According to police, at around 10 p.m., the 22-year-old driver was placed under arrest and was transported to the South Division for breath tests. Police say the breath test readings were approximately twice the legal limit.

Officers charged the man with impaired driving, and driving while over 80 mg. Police suspended his licence for 90 days and impounded his vehicle for seven days.

Police say the accused was released with a court date in mid-July.

Source: Global News