Regina, 22, Charged After Police Chase of Stolen Nissan Rogue |

A 22-year-old Regina man is facing charges in connection with a stolen vehicle investigation.

Regina police say that on Sunday at approximately 11:16 p.m., officers saw a speeding vehicle near Angus Street at 4 p.m.the Avenue.

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The vehicle, a gray Nissan Rogue, matched the description of one that was recently reported stolen.

Police were able to read the license plate and learned that the license plate had also been reported stolen in a separate incident.

As the evening progressed, different police units also observed that the vehicle disobeyed traffic signals and was driving recklessly.

The use of a spiked belt was authorized, which was deployed at approximately 2:30 a.m.

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However, a short time later, the Nissan Rogue was found unoccupied in the area of ​​Ross Avenue and Winnipeg Street.

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Canine units found two people hiding nearby, and one was found to have no criminal involvement. The other individual, 22, was arrested and charged.

Kaleb Braden Ryder of Regina has been accused of:

  • possession of criminally obtained property in excess of $5,000
  • possession of property obtained by misdemeanor of $5,000
  • operate a conveyance in a manner dangerous to the public

Ryder was released on a commitment and is scheduled to appear in Provincial Court on August 18.

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