Stratford News Traffic Stop Leads to Theft Arrests SHARE ON: justin, staff Monday, Mar. 12th, 2018 Police charge man believed to be connected to two weekend robberies.Photo: Supplied A traffic stop for failing to lower high beams has not only resulted in arrests and charges but also the recovery of two stolen laptops that were taken from two area elementary schools. About a week and a half ago a Huron County OPP officer was conducting patrols on King Street in Clinton when he pulled over the driver of a vehicle that failed to lower his high beams. Upon stopping the vehicle police noted one of the passengers in the vehicle was failing to comply with a condition of his release and probation. He was placed under arrest and a search incident to arrest revealed he was in possession of cannabis marihuana. A further search of the vehicle turned up two stolen computers. As a result, all four men in the vehicle from Goderich were placed under arrest for possession of stolen property.