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Durham Police arrest four individuals after they tried to flee in a stolen vehicle


DAN CEARNS The Standard


SCUGOG: Four individuals have been arrested and charged, after they tried to evade police in a stolen vehicle.

According to the Durham Regional Police Service (DRPS), on Thursday, June 6th, at around 1:25 a.m., North Division officers were conducting a patrol when “their cruiser’s Automated Licence Plate Reader (ALPR) system notified them of a stolen vehicle.”

“Officers strategically followed the stolen vehicle; however, it fled the area at a high rate of speed. Police continued to patrol the area and located the stolen vehicle nearby. The vehicle again fled the area at a high rate of speed, striking a curb, causing the vehicle to become immobile. Four suspects fled the vehicle on foot but were taken into custody a short distance away,” a DRPS press release added.

31 year-old Scugog resident, Byron Keith Hoadley is facing charges of possessing proceeds obtained by crime over $5000, possessing a Schedule I substance (cocaine), failing to comply with a Probation Order, and failing to comply with a Release Order.

25 year-old Mohammed Gassimel Sead, of Toronto, is facing a charge of possessing property obtained by crime Over $5000.

38 year-old Ashley Elizabeth Ayotte, of Scugog, is facing charges of possessing property obtained by crime over $5000, and failing to comply with a Probation Order.

30 year-old Toronto resident, Luke James Pellerine is facing charges of possessing property obtained by crime over $5000, and two counts of failing to comply with a probation order.

Anyone, who has further information on this case, is asked to call Constable McGregor of North Division, at 1-888-579-1520, extension 2060.

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