Police overseer investigates after Crimson Deer man sustains facial accidents throughout arrest

Alberta’s police oversight company has been directed to analyze the circumstances surrounding a Nov. 15 arrest through which a suspect sustained facial accidents.

At roughly 11:35 p.m. Sunday, Crimson Deer RCMP noticed a 1991 Chevrolet Silverado with a licence plate that had been reported as stolen.

After officers tried to conduct a visitors cease, the motive force fled the scene on foot, ultimately hiding below a car.

Extra officers had been referred to as to the scene, and a police canine was deployed, the Alberta Critical Incident Response Crew (ASIRT) mentioned in an emailed launch.

The canine was ultimately capable of observe the person, discovering him beneath a journey trailer.

“Throughout the try to take the person into custody, the police service canine was deployed, and a confrontation occurred between the person and law enforcement officials,” ASIRT mentioned within the launch. 

“As soon as the person had been arrested, it was decided that he had been injured, and he was transported to a close-by hospital with facial accidents.”

Investigators are actually asking anybody who was within the space of the Circle Ok retailer at 2 Jewel Road in Crimson Deer to contact ASIRT. The civilian oversight company can be requesting that any video referring to the incident be submitted.

Because the incident is now below investigation, no additional info will probably be launched, ASIRT mentioned. 

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