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Police arrest dangerous driver near Beaverly

Police in Prince George arrested a dangerous driver whose journey spanned across two cities on Sunday.

Shortly after 5 p.m., September 26, Vanderhoof RCMP notified police in Prince George of a dangerous driver who was last seen heading east out of Vanderhoof area at a high rate of speed. Officers learned the driver was traveling at excessive speeds and collided with another vehicle without stopping while driving through Vanderhoof.

Members from several units in Prince George, including frontline, municipal traffic and police dog services, set up roadblocks in the Beaverly area to stop the driver.

“The driver attempted to evade police roadblocks multiple times, even after successful deployment of a spike belt. The vehicle was located not far from where the spike belt was used and, with the assistance of a police service dog, the driver was located and arrested,” said Cpl. Jennifer Cooper, Media Relations Officer for the Prince George RCMP.

Investigators identified the driver as 22-year-old Cameron Boyes from Prince George. Boyes is known to police and was held in custody until he could attend court. The B.C. Prosecution Service has approved the following charges against Boyes:

  • Dangerous operation of a motor vehicle
  • Obstruct a police officer
  • Resist arrest
  • Possession of a weapon
  • Unauthorized possession of ammunition
  • Possession of ammunition contrary to order

Police are asking that witnesses to the driving behaviour of Boyes contact their local RCMP detachment to speak with police. The vehicle is described as a grey Honda sedan with the rear bumper hanging off and extensive damage to the exterior of the car. Please reference Prince George RCMP file number 2021-37787.

If you have any information about this or any other criminal offence, please contact the Prince George RCMP at (250)561-3300 or anonymously contact Crime Stoppers at 1(800)222-8477 or online at (English only). You do not have to reveal your identity to Crime Stoppers. If you provide information that leads to an arrest or recovery of stolen property, you could be eligible for a cash reward.

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