London, Ont. man charged after allegedly hitting police car with stolen truck
A London, Ont. man has been charged after allegedly striking a police cruiser with a stolen truck.
Officers were notified about a stolen 2019 GMC Sierra truck from Boler Road around 5:40 a.m. Wednesday.
About three hours later, officers saw the stolen truck on Pauline Crescent in the Bradley Avenue and Ernest Avenue area.
The truck fled, driving over the front lawn of a home.
It was later located nearby on Poplar Crescent and when officers tried to stop the driver, the suspect hit a police cruiser.
The suspect was arrested without incident. No one was hurt.
A 29-year-old London man has been charged with numerous offences.
He will appear in court Friday.
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