Durham law enforcement say an alleged reduced driver is facing your slew of charges immediately after leading officers on an early morning chase through Oshawa.

The chase started around 3 OR MORE a. m. Tuesday, when an officer tried to pull on the vehicle near King Avenue East and Ritson Street.

The driver took out of, eventually heading down Colonel Sam Drive– a dead end.

While the novice, uninsured driver turned around when they get home of the street, police deployed a pair spike belts on the highway.

The belts failed to prevent the vehicle, which drove onto Simcoe Street with four flat tires prior to hitting another dead finish.

Officers say the airport taxi driver ditched his vehicle and shot to popularity on foot toward the actual Oshawa Pier.

K9 Rogue was sent after him and managed to prevent the driver before he could get into the lake.

Raymond Gould, 34, of Ennismore was imprisoned and taken to hospital for your dog bite.

Gould is definitely charged with: operation though impaired, failure or refusal to conform to demand, assault a serenity officer, assault with motive to resist, dangerous operation of the conveyance, flight from criminal court, use plate not for vehicle, drive while below suspension, class G1 licence holder unaccompanied by certified driver, owner operate auto on highway – not any insurance, and class G1 driving licence holder drive at against the law hour.
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