Dangerous driver arrested after fleeing from police twice
At 4:18 p.m. on March 8, Yarmouth Rural RCMP responded to a complaint of an erratic driver on Hwy. 3 near the Yarmouth Airport. The complainant reported the other driver passed on a double solid line, nearly forcing him and two other vehicles off the road.
The suspect vehicle, a red SUV, was located by police on Hwy 3 near the detachment and a traffic stop was attempted. The driver failed to stop for police and sped away. The same vehicle was seen turning in to Robinson Rd. Police again attempted to stop it, and the truck sped away a second time, back towards Hwy. 3, turning left in a dangerous manner, towards Chebogue. A short time later, RCMP dispatch advised they had a report of a red SUV off the road near the intersection of Wyman Rd. and Chebogue Rd.
An RCMP Police Dog Team was in the area, and located the driver and arrested him with the assistance of detachment members. No one was hurt during the incident. The RCMP has interviewed several witnesses who were able to provide evidence of the erratic driving.
Keith Arthur Siscoe, 33, of Yarmouth County is charged with four Criminal Code offences:
Dangerous Operation of a Motor Vehicle
Impaired Driving by Alcohol
Flight From Police (2 counts)
He is also charged with two Motor Vehicle Act Offences:
Driving While License Revoked
Operating an Unregistered Vehicle
He was taken to cells at Yarmouth Rural Detachment and will be held in custody until a court appearance Monday March 11 in Yarmouth. The investigation is ongoing and further charges may be laid.
File # 2019308785