A police investigation, involving a high-risk traffic stop, a spike belt deployment, and a break and enter investigation, has led to the arrests of three males who face criminal charges.
On Wednesday, October 14, 2020, in the late afternoon, patrol members were asked to assist a plainclothes team in conducting a traffic stop on a vehicle: a white GMC truck. Officers believed one of the vehicle occupants was a male wanted on warrants for Breach of Probation and Break and Enter. The patrol members attempted to stop the truck at Victoria Avenue and Scarth Street but the vehicle stopped but only long enough to eject the male driver before speeding away, eastbound on Victoria Avenue. The first driver was arrested for evading police. Meanwhile, plainclothes units kept the truck under surveillance until a spike belt could be deployed. The vehicle carried on after the spike belt deployment and was involved in a property-damage (no injury) collision in the area of 4th Avenue and Wallace Street. A female was taken into custody at this point (but later released without criminal charges) and the other occupants of the truck fled on foot. A canine team started a track, which led to officers setting up a perimeter on a building in the 900 block of Winnipeg Street. Officers obtained permission to search the residence and located two males, who were taken into custody without further incident.
Charged in connection with this case are:
- Fifty-two year-old Floyd ANDERSON, of Regina, who is charged with Flight from a Peace Officer [320.17 CC] and Breach of Probation [733.1(1) CC].
- Thirty-one year-old Daniel Joseph MOAR, of Regina, was arrested on his outstanding warrants and is also charged with Break and Enter [348(1)(b) CC].
- Twenty-nine year-old Theoren Wendell PASQUA, of the Regina district, is charged with with Break and Enter [348(1)(b) CC].
PASQUA and MOAR made their first court appearances on these charges in Provincial Court at 2:00 p.m. (today), Thursday, October 15, 2020.
ANDERSON was released on an undertaking to appear in Provincial Court at 9:30 a.m. on Thursday, November 26, 2020.