Drive while disqualified and fleeing from Police

On October 5, 2015 at approximately 9:20am, Police observed a motor vehicle travelling at a high rate of speed in the area of First Ave and Redan St. The Motor vehicle failed to stop for the red light at the busy intersection and the Officer attempted to stop the vehicle. It eventually stopped in a random laneway on Alexandria St and the male driver fled on foot.

Approximately 20 minutes later Police located the male hiding in the grass along the railway tracks. He was immediately placed under arrest. Investigation revealed he was currently a suspended driver as well as a disqualified driver.

As a result of the investigation, the 38 year-old male driver from St. Thomas has been charged with: Adult flight from Police, Driver while disqualified, Drive while suspended, and Red light – Fail to stop.

The vehicle was towed and impounded for the mandatory 45 days. The accused remains in custody.

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  1. Tina Hindley

    i hate that no name is ever released. I do not even want to hear about it unless they release names.

  2. Mary Ellen Molasky

    If it was any of your busniess, they would tell you personally..

  3. The St. Thomas Blog

    Just for clarity’s sake, this driver was not charged with drunk driving.

  4. Lucretia Wilde

    Disqualified does not mean drunk. No names should be released until facts are confirmed. It’s very difficult to undo what’s already spread through media.
    First point being you can’t even correctly read an article without commenting in negative facts. Imagine if a name was released what rumors could be tied to the person.

  5. Tina Hindley

    Your right, I misread, Thank you St. The St. Thomas Blog for pointing that out.

  6. Tina Hindley

    Lucretia Wilde your right, I misread! Thank you for pointing it out.