Cornwall police going after windshield, plate obstructions

In this June 4, 2015, file photo, Cornwall Community Police Service Const. Matt Dupuis finds an obstructed licence plate cover in a Cornwall parking lot. Cornwall police are targeting obstructed plates and windshields this month. (Twitter/@CCPSTraffic via Newswatch Group)

CORNWALL – City police will be targeting drivers with tinted windshields and obstructed plates this month as part of their Traffic Action Plan.

“Officers will conduct strict enforcement of vehicles being operated with frosted or obstructed windshields and plates,” the force stated in a media release Thursday.

Those obstructions include plate covers, dirty plates, obstructed windshields and tinted front and passenger windows.

The fine is $110 is you’re caught.

December’s Traffic Action Plan saw seven people charged with drunk driving.