The OPP said the incident took place on County Road 38 in the Central Frontenac village at about 2:30 p.m. The vehicles involved in the incident were a white Dodge Charger and a blue GMC Sonoma pickup truck.
The OPP are asking that anyone who may have witnessed the encounter to come forward.
Those with information can contact Const. John Thurston at the Sharbot Lake OPP by calling 613-279-2195.
RIDE programs net charges
Ontario Provincial Police have charged a number of drivers this holiday season during various RIDE programs, including a Stone Mills man and a Napanee man on Friday and a Stone Mills woman and Saturday.
On Friday at about 7:35 p.m., the OPP had set up a RIDE program at County Road 6 in Stone Mills when a man drove through. As a result of speaking with the driver, he was charged.
Geoffrey Taylor, 51, has been charged with operating a vehicle while impaired by alcohol and operating a vehicle with more than 80 mg of alcohol in 100 ml of blood. Taylor was released from police custody on a promise to appear in court on Jan. 15, 2019.
During the same RIDE program, officers stopped another vehicle and found cannabis inside. It was readily available and within reach of the driver. The cannabis was seized and the driver was issued a ticket.
The OPP have charged 60-year-old Russell McIver of Napanee with driving a vehicle with cannabis readily available contrary to the provincial Cannabis Act, which comes with a set fine of $215
The next evening, the OPP set up a RIDE at the intersection of County Road 4 and Country Road 17 in Stone Mills Township.
A vehicle was stopped and again officers and found cannabis readily available to the driver. The cannabis was seized and the driver was issued a ticket.
Karen Marshall, a 51-year-old from Stone Mills, was charged with driving a vehicle with cannabis readily available contrary to provincial Cannabis Act with a set fine of $215.
Men charged with stunt, careless driving on Highway 401
An Oshawa man and a man from Niagara Falls were charged by the Ontario Provincial Police on Saturday after officers stopped a vehicle speeding on Highway 401 and another passing on the shoulder.
The first incident took place at about 10:30 a.m. within the eastbound lanes. Officers stopped a passenger vehicle near Napanee that was passing fellow vehicles on the right shoulder of the highway.
Siyamson Pathmanathan, a 24-year-old man from Niagara Falls, was charged by the OPP with careless driving.
The second incident took place at about 4:55 p.m. near Trenton. Officers with the Napanee detachment were in the area when they captured a vehicle traveling at 154 km/h in the eastbound lanes.
The driver of the vehicle, 48-year-old male Gill Kuldip of Oshawa , had his licence seized by the OPP and the vehicle was impounded for seven days at his expense. He was issued a summons for stunt driving and is scheduled to attend court at a later date.
OPP on Twitter at the handle: @OPP_ER
#NapaneeOPP has charged 2 drivers after a crash Sunday on #Hwy401 wbnd. 1 was found to be impaired by drugs and was charged and DL suspended. Both were c/w careless driving. That = 6 points and $490. #Kingston#DriveSafe ^bd pic.twitter.com/KwyCXCoTJa
— OPP East (@OPP_ER) December 26, 2018
Source: The Kingston Whig-Standard