Narrow Miss for Officers Chasing Stolen Car

Narrow Miss for Officers Chasing Car

WINNIPEG - Police seized an improvised firing device or "zip gun yesterday, after a car chase that lead to multiple charges for three people.

Officers spotted a stolen vehicle near Lombard and Rorie at about 4:15 A.M. and when they a tried to stop it, the car reversed into the cruiser causing extensive damage and then accelerated towards approaching officers, narrowly missing them.

The three occupants tried to get away on foot but were quickly arrested, however police were forced to use their taser on one of the suspects who resisted arrest.

An improvised firing device (‘zip gun’) was found inside the stolen vehicle along with a quantity of methamphetamine and stolen property related to an earlier residential break-in in East St. Paul, Manitoba.

26 year-old Danielle Marlene Sanderson (driver) was charged with:

- Possess Property Obtained by Crime Over $5000

- Break & Enter

- Assault Peace Officer with Weapon

- Fail to Comply Probation

- Fail to Comply Recognizance

- Warrant of Arrest

- Use of Stolen Credit Card

- Possess Stolen Credit Card

- Possess Methamphetamine (CDSA)

- Flight From Peace Officer

- Various Firearms related offences

(19 charges in total)

She was detained in custody.

30 year-old Myles Junior Keewatincappo was charged with:

- Possess Property Obtained by Crime Over $5000

- Fail to Comply Probation

- Warrant of Arrest

- Various Firearms related offences

He was detained in custody.

25 year-old Brenton Sean Paul Harper was charged with:

- Possess Property Obtained by Crime Over $5000

- Resist Arrest

- Break & Enter

- Use Stolen Credit Card

- Possess Stolen Credit Card

- Possess Property Obtained by Crime under $5000

- Various Firearms related offences

He was detained in custody.

TOPICS:   Winnipeg Crime

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