Rob Ford’s black Escalade impounded in cottage country: reports

Rob Ford not in SUV when it was pulled over, says police source

Toronto mayor Rob Ford, right, gets out of his SUV as he arrives at his home in Toronto early Thursday May 1, 2014.  (Nathan Denette/CP)

Toronto mayor Rob Ford, right, gets out of his SUV as he arrives at his home in Toronto on May 1, 2014. (Nathan Denette/CP)

A police source tells CityNews that Mayor Rob Ford’s black Cadillac Escalade has been impounded in Bracebridge.

The mayor was not in the vehicle when it was impounded around 2:30 p.m. on Tuesday.

Ford’s lawyer Dennis Morris said in a phone interview that he couldn’t confirm whether it was the mayor’s SUV that was impounded.

The OPP in Bracebridge charged Lee Anne McRobb of Muskoka Lakes Township with impaired driving and driving over the legal limit.

McRobb, 36, was stopped at Muskoka District Road 169 at Butterfly Road, which is a few minutes away from Greenstone Residential Addiction Treatment Centre in Bala.

She is scheduled to appear in court on June 17.




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Rob Ford’s black Escalade impounded in cottage country: reports

  1. Sounds like cops are still ridding on Ford, and Commisso business as usual. Makes me wonder why police unions have a grip with Ford and not the Commisso family.

  2. How are the cops riding on Ford? You mean the Toronto cops are lurking about in cottage country, just waiting for Ford to step out of line? Ridiculous conspiracy theory.

  3. I think it is now clear for all who have an open mind.

    It is the SUV’s fault.

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