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Four people charged for refusing to stop for officers: Saskatoon police

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A Saskatoon police statement said four people are facing a number of charges after failing to stop for patrol officers Sunday morning.

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Police say shortly before 2 a.m. on Sunday, officers observed a stolen vehicle near 33rd Street West and Avenue J North.

Officers attempted to stop the vehicle “however the vehicle failed to stop.”

Air Support Unit members continued to watch the suspect vehicle, allowing for a tire deflation device to be deployed by ground units.

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The vehicle was followed north of the city on Highway 11 and stopped just north of Warman Road.

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Police allege the four occupants of the vehicle then fled on foot.

Two men and two women were arrested shortly after with help from the canine unit. One woman was taken to hospital for “injuries consistent with a dog bite.”

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A 26-year-old woman, a 19-year-old woman, and two men, both aged 35, are all facing charges including possession over $5,000, dangerous driving, failing to stop for police, and breach of a release order.

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