Dryden Police Nab Regina Man Who Faces Long List of Charges

Dryden Police Service

DRYDEN – Dryden Police report that on Monday, March 16, 2020 while observing a driver suspected of Impaired Driving. After stopping the vehicle, officers discovered the vehicle had been stolen from Regina, Saskatchewan.

While attempting to stop the vehicle, the driver fled from police at a high rate of speed. As the fleeing vehicle caught up with a semi-truck travelling in the same lane of traffic, the driver swerved onto the opposite lane forcing oncoming traffic to slow and pull over to avoid a collision. To ensure public safety, officers stopped pursuit but maintained visual contact.

Six kilometers east of Wabigoon, ON, police located the vehicle, unoccupied. Police immediately observed three people a short distance from the vehicle.

Jason, HOTOMAINE, 29 years of age of Regina, Saskatchewan has been charged with the following:

Adult Obstruct Peach Officer;

Adult Operation While Prohibited under the Criminal Code;

Adult Dangerous Operation of a Motor Vehicle;

Adult Flight from Peace Officer;

Adult Possession of Property Obtained by Crime over $5 000;

Adult Failure or refusal to comply with demand.

HOTOMANIE remains in custody to attend WASH Court on March 17, 2020.

Two accused females were also charged with Obstruct a Peace Officer, Possession of Schedule 1 Substance, and Fail to Comply with Probation x 2.

Both females were released on an OIC Undertaking with Conditions.

As this information has not been sworn to as it pertains to the female(s) accused, we are unable to release names at this time.

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