A suspect was arrested twice in one day for two separate stolen vehicle incidents in Oshawa over the weekend.
According to the DRPS, officers responded for a possible impaired driver in the area of Centre Street and John Street in Oshawa around 2 a.m. Sunday (Feb. 7).
Police located the Ford F-150 pick-up truck at Simcoe and Bloor Street, when officers attempted to pull it over, the suspect slowed down near a bike path and fled on foot,” reads a media release.
“Officers arrested the male after a brief foot pursuit.”
Police say the 32-year-old suspect was also in possession of crystal meth.
He was charged and released on an undertaking.
Later that day, at approximately 8:45 p.m., officers responded to a theft of vehicle in area of Taunton Road and Harmony Road in Oshawa.
“The victim had left her vehicle running with two young teens inside. The suspect kicked the teens out of the vehicle and stole the vehicle,”a media release reads.
“Police were able to track the vehicle to a residential complex near Rockcreek Drive in Oshawa. The 32-year-old suspect was arrested and faces more charges.”
Tyler Noseworthy of no fixed address faces numerous charges for both incidents including two counts of theft of motor vehicle; possession of property over $5,000; impaired operation by drugs; fail to stop for police; unauthorized use of credit card data; possess identification for fraudulent offence; fraud not exceeding $5,000; fail to comply with undertaking; possess property obtain by crime and dangerous operation.
He was held for a bail hearing.