Man calls police, ends up being charged

A motorist who called police after becoming irate over a traffic incident found himself on the receiving end of police attention.
The use, or lack of, turn signals led to a dispute between two motorists at the southbound 400 ramp, off Bayfield Street. One of the motorists called police, however when they arrived it was determined he had been drinking.
He was taken to the police station and given a breath test, the results of which led to a three-day driving suspension, but no criminal charges. The male, 45, was also charged with careless driving.
No injuries were reported.

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