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CanadaMotorcyclist clocked doing 260 km/h by Saskatoon police air support unit

20:11  14 march  2019
20:11  14 march  2019 Source:   globalnews.ca

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A man is facing a number of charges after a motorcycle was clocked by members of the Saskatoon police air support unit doing speeds up to 260 km/h southwest of the city.

Warman RCMP said a highway patrol officer reported a northbound sport bike passed him on Highway 45, south of Delisle, at roughly 160 km/h.

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The officer said the motorcyclist refused to pull over when he activated his lights.

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SASKATOON – A motorcyclist was clocked by Saskatoon police going 80 km / h over the speed limit on Monday. Around 8:30 p.m., police observed a motorcyclist approaching Circle Drive on Valley Road at 170 km / h . The 21-year-old male operator was issued a 0 ticket and his vehicle was seized.

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The driver also refused to stop for a Vanscoy police officer, who said the sport bike was then spotted heading toward Saskatoon on Highway 7 at speeds up to 200 km/h.

The Saskatoon police air support unit was called in and located the motorcycle, RCMP said, which was clocked going up to 260 km/h as the motorcyclist reversed direction and headed back toward Delisle.

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Saskatoon police say a motorcyclist attempted to evade them on Saturday and is now facing a Initially, the motorcyclist passed a motorcycle officer at a high rate of speed at Idylwyld Drive and Patrol cars stopped pursuing the fleeing motorcycle on the ground when the Air Support Unit (ASU)

It was then spotted heading into a rural property near Swanson, south of Delisle on Highway 45, where police said he tried to hide the bike before fleeing on foot.

Officers from Vanscoy Police Service, Saskatchewan Highway Patrol and Outlook RCMP tracked the driver to an outbuilding on the property, where he was arrested.

Jonah Vanderlinden, 20, is charged with dangerous driving, and three counts of flight from police.

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He is scheduled to appear on May 2 in Saskatoon provincial court.

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