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TIGNISH, P.E.I. — A 37-year-old man is going through a number of fees after police noticed a person driving a stolen automotive in Tignish on Might 2.
Round 1 p.m., Prince District JFO officers noticed a car that was reported stolen from Borden-Carleton on April 20.
Police mentioned the motive force sped off after he was recognized by officers.
Prince District RCMP later executed a search warrant on the suspect’s house, the place officers recovered a stolen automotive, a stolen registration sticker and objects taken from the Alberton Neighborhood Pantry.
Justin Lloyd MacDonald was charged with resisting arrest, possession of property obtained by crime over $5,000 and possession of property obtained by crime underneath $5,000.
MacDonald can be going through further fees associated to different investigations, together with possession of property obtained by crime in relation to a unique stolen car recovered on Might 3, break and enter theft in relation to the Alberton Neighborhood Pantry on April 30, public mischief and possession of a weapon a harmful objective in reference to a Feb. 16 incident.
He was held in custody and is scheduled to look in Summerside provincial court docket on Might 4.
The investigation is ongoing.