Wild ride in stolen truck earns nearly seven more

2022-04-05
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A Prince George man with a history of trying to evade police while behind the wheel of a stolen vehicle was sentenced to just shy of seven more months in jail for committing the crime for a third timeThe virus with Tokyo and Osaka under a state of emergency..

Paul Daniel Shaw, 36, was also prohibited from driving for three years and must pay $7,920 restitution for the DecThe 114 specific postal codes designated as hot spots can start booking their shots at 8 a.m.. 7, 2018 incident that began when he found a set of keys in the parking lot of a local grocery store. Instead of turning them in, Shaw “decided badly,” the court heard, and took advantage of the situation to steal a pickup truck.

The theft was reported to the RCMP andthe truck was seen in College Heights a short time later. But Shaw chose to speed away when spotted by police and headed north on Ospika Boulevard then east on 15th before he was apprehended at Ewert Street.

Along the way, he drove over a meridian and into oncoming traffic and blew through an intersection at 120 km/h. When RCMP tried to box the vehicle inOffices and workplaces, Shaw collided head on with an unmarked police truck and struck a civilian vehicle, pushing it up onto the shoulder of the road and leaving the two occupants with injuries to a shoulder and a neck.

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