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Police say Carjack bit a Winnipeg police officer after Arlington Street crashed

A Winipeg man has been accused of biting a police officer after a fierce FridayCarjackand multiple vehicle collisions.

According to police, a 28-year-old suspect jumped on the car's bonnet and shouted while the car was parked near Selkerk Avenue and McGregor Street.

Officers say the man jumped first through the open passenger window and hit the driver on his face.

The victim managed to leave, and the suspect left with a car.

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Police said the suspect collided with another vehicle at the intersection of Arlington Street and Logan Avenue, seriously injuring two adults and hitting another parked car, and the victim was stable in the hospital. He added that he was in a state of being.

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WPS arrives at the scene And after arresting the suspect, he bit the upper body officer during the process.

The man faces several accusations, including the robbery and assault of peace officers.

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