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N.S. Man accused of dangerous operation of vehicle, flight from police

A 32-year-old Novascosia man faces several accusations after being alleged to have used a vehicle to collide with an RCMP cruiser while fleeing on a Canadian day. increase.

RCMP is N.S. He said he was the first to receive a report of a man drinking in a parked car in Elmsdale. 12:27 pm on Friday.

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In a news release, police said the policeman found the man in the car, but as they approached he fled into the car.

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"Soon after, he was again near the country road and saw him circle in the car. I drove backwards on the road, deliberately colliding with an RCMP vehicle and escaping, "RCMP said.

"The police did not pursue."

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Officers immediately after 7:30 pm I found a vehicle in. It was also discovered in Upper Rhodon that the vehicle was reported stolen from Trulo on June 28th.

At 9:15 am on Saturday, police said, "I received a call from a public man walking by the road. 354 Highway. Near Rhodon." The man was arrested. rice field.

Christopher Wade Ross 32 was charged with possession of property gained from crime, dangerous operation of the vehicle, and escape from the police. He has been detained and will appear in court on July 4.

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