Missing kids, stunt drivers and collisions kept police busy on the long weekend.

Bruce Peninsula OPP officers were kept busy over the Civic Holiday long weekend.

OPP say they responded to 180 total calls and 33 of those were traffic complaints for offences such as speeding, unsafe passing and distracted driving.

Police say five drivers were charged for stunt driving, after being caught driving more than 50 km/h over the posted speed limit.

Bruce Peninsula OPP say they attended 10 motor vehicle collisions, ranging from fender benders to a multi-vehicle incident that resulted in serious, but non-life threatening injuries.

OPP say officers also responded to five missing children reports at Sauble Beach on Sunday.

All of the kids were located within short order.

Meanwhile, a 33-year-old man was charged with impaired driving after officers were called to the Lion’s Head Marina Sunday night about a possible male operating a boat.

Marina police observed the man driving a vehicle at the boat ramp and made a demand for a breath sample.

OPP say the male was subsequently arrested and transported to the Wiarton detachment.

Source: Bayshore Broadcasting