Wanted male caught after fleeing from South Bruce OPP
South Bruce OPP have arrested a suspect who's no stranger to local law enforcement.
On September 10, police received information on a wanted male.
Officers approached the male who fled into a bush lot near the intersection of Highway 9 and Bruce County Road 7 in the Municipality of Kincardine.
Following a brief foot chase, officers arrested 24-year-old Jeremy HOGG for breach of probation and breach of recognizance.
He has been held in custody pending the results of a show cause hearing scheduled for September 11, 2019.
Members of the West Region OPP Emergency Response Team (ERT) and the OPP Canine Unit assisted the South Bruce OPP with this investigation.
Hogg has been in the news before including an incident in Arran-Elderslie in January.
At the time, police issued a warrant for a Hanover man after a pickup truck smashed into two police cruisers resulting in one of the officers discharging his weapon.
At the time, the 23 year old Hanover man was wanted on charges of dangerous driving, assaulting police with a weapon and possession of stolen property.