A 25-year-old man, already facing a lifetime driving ban, has been charged with a long list of offences after Winnipeg police allege he led officers on a chase Thursday in a stolen vehicle.
The force says officers noticed the sedan driving near Panet Road and Dugald Road around 9:37 p.m., where AIR1 was able to get eyes on the vehicle.
Police were unable to bring it to a stop using a tire deflation device, and say the driver later drove onto a boulevard and over a sidewalk when they attempted to box them in.
Less than half an hour after being spotted, the car came to a stop in the Munroe West neighbourhood, and police say the driver tried to resist arrest before being taken into custody.
A search of the vehicle allegedly turned up 15.8 grams of cocaine, 12.9 grams of meth, a knife and more than two dozen unknown pills.
Police say the driver was also found to be under a lifetime driving ban, and was wanted on a Canada-wide warrant and parole suspension, which was issued on Oct. 13.
The vehicle was reported stolen Nov. 11.
Allan David Graveline has been charged with a number of offences, including flight from police, possession for the purpose of trafficking and operating a vehicle while prohibited.
He remains in custody.
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