Mississauga Man Arrested for Host of Offences After Calling 911
If you've allegedly committed a host of offenses, you might not want to ask the police for help when you run out of gas.
The Almaguin Highlands Ontario OPP recently arrested and charged a Mississauga man with a host of offences after he called for assistance after running out of gas on Highway 11 in Perry Township.
The police report that on Sunday, Dec. 4 at approximately 5:00 a.m., OPP officers were called to assist a male driver.
During the course of the interaction, police arrested the man, 25-year-old Dillon Correia, with identity theft, possession of property obtained by crime under $5,000, 10 counts of fail to comply with probation order and personation with intent to avoid arrest and more.
He was also charged with drinking and driving.
Needless to say, he was not given gas and sent on his way.
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