2 arrested as Metropolis of Kawartha Lakes OPP use spike belt to cease fleeing car – Peterborough | Globalnews.ca

2 arrested as City of Kawartha Lakes OPP use spike belt to stop fleeing vehicle - Peterborough | Globalnews.ca

2021-09-14 21:32:40

Two Peterborough males have been arrested after the car they have been travelling in colliding with an OPP cruiser throughout a visitors cease within the Metropolis of Kawartha Lakes on Saturday night.

In response to Metropolis of Kawartha Lakes OPP, round 7 p.m., officers responded to a visitors grievance alongside Hwy. 35 close to the village of Norland, north of Lindsay. Police positioned the suspect car and tried to conduct a visitors cease.

Nevertheless, it’s alleged the police cruiser was struck.

The motive force did not cease for police. Nevertheless, the car was not pursued for public security, OPP mentioned Tuesday.

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“Quite a few visitors complaints about the identical car have been reported to the police over the subsequent hour and half,” OPP mentioned.

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CIty of Kawartha Lakes Police Service officers additionally tried to cease the car with out success.

OPP say following one other witness report of the car, officers deployed a spike belt on Hwy. 7 close to Oakwood and managed to cease the car. The motive force and a passenger insider have been arrested.

Robert Taylor, 33, of Peterborough, was charged with two counts every of harmful operation of a motorized vehicle, flight from a peace officer, and possession of a Schedule 1 substance for the aim of trafficking (methamphetamine and different medicine) together with three counts of possession of a firearm or ammunition opposite to prohibition order and single counts of the next offences:

  • unauthorized possession of a weapon
  • driving a car with hashish available
  • utilizing a licence plate not licensed for a car
  • driving a motorized vehicle with an open container of liquor
  • failure or refusal to adjust to a requirement
  • failure to adjust to launch order – aside from to attend courtroom
  • class G1 licence holder – unaccompanied by certified driver
  • discover driver- blood-alcohol focus above zero

He stays in custody and is scheduled to look in courtroom in Lindsay at a future date.

Michael Wallwork, 31, of Peterborough, was charged with obstructing a peace officer. He was launched with a future courtroom date.

“Thanks to all of the residents who continued to name within the harmful driving as they noticed it. With out their help the OPP might not have positioned the suspects,” OPP mentioned.

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