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Red Deer RCMP arrest man after truck collides with pub – Update – Charges sworn

Red Deer RCMP have charged a man with impaired driving after the truck he was driving crashed through the doorway of a hotel pub in north Red Deer the night of September 22.

28 year old Bradley Fisher faces the following charges:

  • Criminal Code 253(1)(a) – Impaired operation of motor vehicle
  • Criminal Code 253(1)(b) – Impaired operation over 80mg% of motor vehicle
  • Criminal Code 249(1)(a) – Dangerous operation of motor vehicle
  • Criminal Code 430(3) – Mischief over $5,000

Fisher is scheduled to appear in court in Red Deer on November 6 at 8:30 am.

 

Original post – From Red Deer RCMP – September 24, 2018

Red Deer RCMP arrest man after truck collides with pub

Red Deer RCMP arrested a man Saturday night after the truck he was driving crashed through the doorway of a hotel pub in north Red Deer.

Shortly before 10 pm on September 22, Red Deer RCMP responded to a report that a truck had driven between two pillars and through the doorway of the Lion’s Den pub at the Quality Inn at 7150 50 Avenue, resulting in extensive damage to the pub. No one was injured in the collision, and the male driver was restrained by occupants of the pub until police arrived and arrested the suspect without incident. According to witness statements, the driver left the pub in a taxi, then returned a short time later driving the truck.

Red Deer RCMP are investigating the incident as an impaired driving collision. The 27 year old male faces numerous charges; his name cannot be released at this time as those charges have not yet been sworn before the courts.

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