If Kamloops RCMP were upset by the high number of distracted drivers they found in last week's blitz, this week's incident might give them a full-on migraine.
On March 27, an officer pulled a man over for using an electronic device and issued a ticket for $368.
Then, only 45 minutes later, just a few blocks away, the officer recognized the same man. He was again using his phone and was issued another ticket.
All told, the two stops could cost him up to $1,431, according to police. His licence could also be subject to review by the superintendent of motor vehicles and he could face a possible driving ban.
Yesterday, Kamloops RCMP Cpl. Jodi Shelkie said she wasn't sure what it would take for the message about using electronic devices to get to people.