16-year-old dealing with impaired driving expenses after Sunday morning incident: Saskatoon police – Saskatoon
Saskatoon police said a 16-year-old girl is being held on charges of driving disability following an incident Sunday morning.
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Police received a report around 11:30 a.m. that an SUV had crashed into a backyard fence at Block 400 of Caldwell Crescent in the Parkridge neighborhood.
Other complaints have been filed with the police about an unpredictable driver in the area.
Patrolmen found the suspicious vehicle, a 2019 Chevrolet Tahoe, near McCormack Road and Neatby Crescent. Police said they had initiated a traffic control and the suspicious vehicle stopped before allegedly backing up into the front of the police car.
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Other officers were on site and the driver of the SUV was arrested for driving disabilities. Slight property damage was reported to the police car, no persons were injured.
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The police questioned several witnesses and searched the area for damage. According to police, the driver is said to have caused damage to two fences, a parked delivery truck, the police vehicle, as well as an uprooted tree and a fallen lamppost.
The adolescents are charged with traffic obstruction, driving with a blood alcohol level above 0.08, driving in a dangerous manner and hit-and-run.
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She will appear in the juvenile court on Monday morning.
The Juvenile Criminal Law Act prevents the disclosure of a young person’s personal information, such as their name, if they are charged with a crime or found guilty of a crime.
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