Police say two drivers face charges after they didn’t stop for school buses in Huron County.

Just the second week into the school year and Huron County OPP say they have already received several complaints about drivers not stopping for stopped school buses.

Two drivers, a 77-year-old and a 24-year-old, were both charged on Monday for not stopping in separate incidents.

Police say vehicle owners need to be aware that if the driver can’t be identified, the owner can be charged for the offence if the licence plate number is reported by a witness.

If convicted, the driver or owner can be fined from $400 up to $2,000 for a first offence and, for additional convictions, they could be fined from $1,000  to $4,000, go to jail, or both.

It’s also six demerit points on your license if you’re convicted.