Woman Arrested After Officer Struck with Stolen Vehicle in Mississauga
A woman is facing charges following a recent incident involving a stolen vehicle.
Around 1:00 p.m. on Friday, January 11, police were investigating a stolen Jeep Wrangler in a parking lot in the area of Tomken Road and Eglinton Avenue.
The vehicle’s driver attempted to evade police and ended up colliding with two police vehicles, one of the investigating officers, and a white cube truck, police say.
She was then taken into custody.
While the vehicles were significantly damaged, only minor injuries were reported.
27 year old Toronto woman Michelle Garcia-Arguello is charged with possession of stolen property, dangerous operation causing bodily harm, flight from police, failing to remain, escaping lawful custody, and breaching probation.
Garcia-Arguello is scheduled to appear in court on Saturday, January 12.
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