Brampton man and Mississauga woman charged after motorcycle theft, assault against officer
Two people are facing charges following a recent incident involving a stolen vehicle.
Around 11:50 p.m. on Thursday, August 6, police say a male was seen on a motorcycle in the area of Mavis Road and Central Parkway in Mississauga, with further investigation revealing that licence plate on the vehicle was allegedly stolen.
“During the arrest the officer was assaulted,” said police. “The officer did not sustain any serious injuries during the arrest.”
27 year old Brampton man Anthony Chatzimanolakis was arrested and charged with:
- Possession of Property Obtained by Crime
- Operation While Prohibited
- Assault With Intent to Resist Arrest
- Drive Under Suspension
- Operate a motor vehicle without insurance
20 year old Mississauga woman Natasha Blazys was arrested and charged with:
- Obstruct Peace Officer
- Assault with Intent to Resist Arrest
Chatzimanolakis was held for a bail hearing and attended the Ontario Court of Justice in Brampton on Friday, August 7, while Blazys was released on an undertaking and is set to appear in court in November.
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