Police stop motorcycle allegedly travelling 202 km/h west of Saskatoon

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Saskatoon police’s traffic unit nabbed a motorcyclist travelling 202 km/h this weekend, landing the driver with dangerous driving charges.

In a post on social media the Combined Traffic Unit said officers spotted a man on a motorcycle travelling west of Saskatoon on Highway 16. When police signaled the man to stop, he chose to flee instead, police said.

The man was arrested a short time later and charged with dangerous driving and evading police plus a 30-day impound, police said.

 

One of our Combined Traffic members spotted this motorcyclist on Hwy 16 west of the city going 202 km/h. When the driver was signaled to stop, he chose to flee instead. He was arrested a short time later & faces charges of Dangerous Driving and Evading Police + 30-day impound. pic.twitter.com/gBvhoUFjdC

— SPS Traffic Unit (@SPSTraffic) September 5, 2021