Quebec couple left stuck at truck stop with newborn after police impound vehicle
What the Police and CBC fail to mention; the licence was created by and belongs to the Crown and the ticket was issued to the “person” created by the Crown. The Police issued the ticket to the “person/Crown” not the woman Chelsey Massé. Chelsey Masse’ is the agent for the “person.” Something most people have no knowledge of. I had a vehicle towed once in Ontario and was told the police take 50% of the towing charge. Add the fine and 30 day storage fee, plus other fees like reinstating the licence and you have a family suffering much harm. For what? Revenue streams. This is a legal scam of monumental proportions. But then legal is not Law…it is the opposite of Law!
People with suspended licence ‘have to expect that their vehicle will be seized,’ SQ officer says
CBC News Posted: Oct 04, 2016 7:28 PM ETLast Updated: Oct 04, 2016 9:54 PM ET
A Gatineau, Que., mother is upset an unpaid parking ticket led the provincial police to impound her car and strand her family hours from home at a gas station.
Chelsey Massé says on the evening of Sept. 26 she was driving on Highway 85 through Témiscouata-sur-le-Lac, Que., — near the New Brunswick border — when a Sûreté du Québec officer pulled her over.
Massé was travelling with her husband, Sébastien Leblanc, and their one-month old son Alexy. When the family was stopped, they were about six-and-a-half hours into their drive to visit family in Grand Falls, N.B.
Massé said the officer told her an unpaid parking ticket in Gatineau had caused her licence to be suspended on September 23.
As a result, the vehicle was being immediately impounded for 30 days, and Massé was issued a $481 fine.