A group of people were charged for riding in a car together last week after they were found breaking Ontario's stay-at-home order.

According to the OPP, the four individuals were halted during a traffic stop on Highway 112 in Otto Township on May 8, where officers discovered that they didn't live together.

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Each person was charged with Failing To Comply With A Continued Section 7.0.2 order, which could cost each of them $750.

"The investigation revealed that they were from different households and travelling for non-essential purposes," an excerpt from the report reads.

Timmins Police reported a similar incident back in April after a group of five was fined for carpooling together.