Charges filed after allegedly stolen truck hit Westmount home: London Police – London | The Canadian News

Police in London, Ontario, filed charges against two men after an allegedly stolen pickup truck struck a home in the city’s Westmount neighborhood last week.

Police say it was around 1:15 p.m. on Nov. 9 when officers responded to reports of an accident at a home on Woodcrest Boulevard, south of Village Green Avenue.

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Citizens reported seeing a pickup truck pull over a curb and cross a boulevard and sidewalk before stopping in front of the home, according to police.

Later, two men fled the truck. Police added that officers later learned that the truck in question had been reported stolen from Chatham earlier that day.

After receiving descriptions of the two suspects, several officers were dispatched to the area before the truck driver and passenger were arrested.

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A 19-year-old Muncey man and a 20-year-old London man have been jointly charged with possession of felony property of less than $ 5,000.

The 20-year-old has also been charged with dangerous driving, driving under the influence and one count of failure to comply with an officer’s demands.

Both were released with a court appearance scheduled for February 7, 2022.

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