Owen Sound man charged after stolen plates spotted
On Sunday, May 31st a Saugeen Shores officer on general patrol observed a suspicious vehicle and occupant parked near a residence in Port Elgin.
An investigation revealed that the plates observed on the vehicle were reported stolen from an address in Georgian Bluffs.
Officers followed the vehicle on Goderich Street and attempted to conduct a traffic stop.
The driver refused to stop and accelerated in a dangerous manner narrowly missing two police vehicles in the process.
The vehicle was last seen travelling north towards Southampton.
Officers did not engage in a vehicle pursuit but were able to identify the driver.
At 1:10 pm members of Grey Bruce OPP located the male suspect at a motel in Georgians Bluffs and placed him under arrest.
A 34 year old Owen Sound man has been charged with:
1. Possession of property obtained by crime
2. Flight from police
3. Dangerous operation
4. Operation while prohibited
5. Fail to Comply with Probation (curfew)-
6. Fail to Comply with Probation (fail to keep the peace)
He was released with a court date.
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