Canada Alberta man charged with failing to self-isolate after traffic stop in Corner Brook

21:57  24 january  2021
21:57  24 january  2021 Source:   msn.com

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CORNER BROOK, N.L. — A 24-year-old man from Fort McMurray, Alta., is facing numerous charges including failing to self-isolate, following a traffic stop early this morning in Corner Brook, N.L.

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The Royal Newfoundland Constabulary says they stopped a vehicle shortly before 4 a.m. and the driver fled on foot.

In a release, they say the driver was quickly apprehended and now faces charges of impaired operation of a motor vehicle, refusal, and obstructing a peace officer.

He is also charged with failing to self-isolate after arriving in the province on Jan. 22.

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“A traffic stop turned into a search after this guy fled recklessly and crashed his car and took off running,” Sheriff Rick Staly said. “His attempt to hide from deputies only resulted in even more charges after he took out a mailbox, damaged some swales, and burglarized a porch to hide.

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He has been ordered to appear in court on on February 9.

Police say the driver was also given a 90 day driving suspension and the vehicle was impounded.

This report by The Canadian Press was first published Jan. 24, 2021.

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