Police say Windsor man crashed stolen vehicle in Loyalist Township – Kingston

A traffic complaint resulted in a claim listing for Windsor, Ontario. Man, says OPP.

Police say they received the complaint at 11:30 a.m. Wednesday. Police overtook the vehicle and tried to stop traffic, but the car sped off.

Police later said they were called to a one-car crash on Maple Road and Old Wilton Road in Loyalist Township. Police said the driver was seen running on foot.

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Police confirmed that the vehicle was the same one they tried to stop earlier.

During the investigation, police were told the suspect may be at a nearby residence. Police later found him and arrested him.

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Mohamed Hashim, 19, from Windsor, Ontario. You will be billed as follows:

  • dangerous operation
  • Escape from peace officer
  • Possession of criminally obtained property of $5,000 or more
  • illegally at home
  • Stunt driving – over speed
  • police can’t stop
  • not be stopped by an accident
  • driving while stopped
  • not wearing the seat belt correctly
  • Driving a car with readily available cannabis
  • Possessing unbranded shredded tobacco

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