Man charged with 11 offences after fleeing police

Zane Curtis BRONSON has been arrested and charged with 11 counts including flight from police, dangerous driving, identity fraud...

  • May. 5, 2017 1:00 p.m.

The suspect vehicle was stolen out of Sylvan Lake area. The vehicle is a 4 doors

Submitted by Cst. LAMARCHE

Thorsby/Breton RCMP Detachment

The Breton/Thorsby RCMP were investigating a male on April 25, 2017, after the male had taken off from police in a stolen 2005 GMC Sierra bearing the license plate PCR859 after providing a false name.

Police claim a suspect was driving in a manner dangerous to the public going west on Highway 13 near Buck Lake. A male was initially located in a yard near the entrance of Buck Lake.

The vehicle was later seen on Highway 22 near Township Road 464 where it is alleged he caused a collision.

Members of the RCMP who were at the scene were able to determine that a passenger was present in the vehicle. However identity of the passenger remained unknown.

Zane Curtis BRONSON has been arrested and charged with 11 counts including flight from police, dangerous driving, identity fraud, obstruction, breach of probation and driving while prohibited.

The suspect was described as being a female with blond hair.

The suspect vehicle was stolen out of Sylvan Lake area. The vehicle is a 4 doors, 2005 white GMC Sierra. The vehicle had an orange light on top of the driver side at the time of the pursuit. The vehicle as not yet been recovered.

If you have information relating to this crime, please contact the Breton RCMP at (780)696-3520 or CrimeStoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS or online at TipSubmit.com.  If your tip leads to an arrest, you may qualify for a reward.  Tips provided by the telephone or the internet are anonymous and secure.

 

 

 

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