Stolen vehicle strikes residence in Orillia; three face slew of charges

Officers say they located numerous identifications, credit and debit cards in the vehicle, not belonging to any of the occupants

Orillia OPP have laid numerous charges on three individuals from Brampton and Mississauga after a vehicle struck a residential building.

On Saturday morning around 12:30 a.m., officers responded to reports of a suspicious vehicle with multiple occupants on West Street North.

They say upon locating the vehicle, it fled at a high rate of speed – officers did not follow due to public safety concerns.

A short time later police received multiple traffic complaints regarding the vehicle; followed by a collision where a residential building was struck by the vehicle on High Street. 

Orillia OPP - Vehicle Strikes Residence
Picture of the vehicle that struck the residence

OPP say the driver fled from the scene on foot and was located a short distance away with the assistance of the canine unit.  

According to police, three occupants in the vehicle sustained injuries and were transported to a local hospital. 

Officers say they located numerous identifications, credit and debit cards in the vehicle, not belonging to any of the occupants. 

They also say that the vehicle was reported stolen to another police service. 

A 21-year-old from Mississauga was charged with:

  • Flight from peace officer
  • Obstruct peace officer 
  • Dangerous operation causing bodily harm 
  • Identity theft – obtain or possess another person’s identity information
  • Possession of an identity document
  • Possession of property obtained by crime over $5000
  • Failure to comply with release order – four counts
  • Failure to comply with probation order
  • Fail to stop after accident
  • Trespass at night

The accused was held pending a bail hearing on October 15.

A 39-year-old Brampton man was charged with:

  • Identity theft – obtain or possess another person’s identity information
  • Possession of an identity document
  • Possession of property obtained by crime over $5000

The accused was released on an undertaking to appear on December 6, at Orillia court.

A 28-year-old Brampton man was charged with:

  • Identity theft – obtain or possess another person’s identity information
  • Possession of an identity document
  • Possession of property obtained by crime over $5000
  • Failure to comply with release order

He was released to appear in Orillia court on December 6.

Banner image via OPP Central Region Twitter

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