Police say a Tweed man has been charged after a dangerous situation during Brighton Applefest this past weekend.
Northumberland OPP were called around 2:00 p.m. on Saturday after there were reports of a car being driven through a closed section of Main Street, where hundreds of people and vendors were present.
Investigators say the man narrowly missed a crowd of people before he was eventually stopped by patrol officers.
Forty-nine-year-old Michael James Pope is charged with impaired driving and dangerous driving.
He was released with a court date on November 7 in Cobourg.