Saskatoon police arrest 2 people, find driver of car unconscious

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The Saskatoon police arrested a 35-year-old Saskatoon man on Friday afternoon after reports he was unconscious inside a vehicle.

At roughly 12:30 p.m., police received calls of a white Pontiac that had stopped on the southbound turning lane on Circle Drive and Avenue C, heading westbound.

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Officers say the driver was given Narcan and shortly after regained consciousness. After a further search, officers found Xanax and knuckle dusters in his possession.

He and a 35-year-old woman passenger were arrested.

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He is facing a number of charges including impaired driving, refusing a breath test, driving while prohibited and two weapon charges.

The woman was arrested on unrelated warrants.

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