29 Year Old Lovepreet Singh Of Mississauga Arrested By Peel Police On 19 Offences

He was operating a rental vehicle, impaired by drugs, and breaching multiple conditions of release, as well as two driving prohibitions.

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On March 10, 2023, an officer from the Peel Regional Police Strategic Enforcement Unit attempted to stop a transport truck in Brampton for a traffic-related offence.

The driver of the truck fled from the officer, nearly hitting a pedestrian as he ran multiple red lights while speeding away. The officer successfully identified the driver as Lovepreet Singh, a 29-year-old man from Mississauga.

After an extensive investigation, officers from the Safer Roads Team were able to track and locate him at a local gas station. He was operating a rental vehicle, impaired by drugs, and breaching multiple conditions of release, as well as two driving prohibitions. He was charged with a total of nineteen offences:

  • Operation of a motor vehicle while impaired by drugs

  • Possession of a controlled substance- Methamphetamine

  • Possession of a controlled substance- Heroin

  • Possession of property obtained by crime

  • Identity theft

  • Operation while prohibited (x4)

  • Dangerous operation of a motor vehicle (x2)

  • Fail to comply with release order (x5)

  • Flight from peace officer

  • Failure to stop after accident

  • Obstruct Police officer

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Before being arrested by Peel Regional Police, he had been arrested and charged for leading other police agencies on a pursuit that spanned approximately 1000 km and ended in Etobicoke.  He subsequently obtained fraudulent driving documents and continued to operate transport trucks and trailers in the GTA and other provinces.

Due to the severity of these offences his disregard for his conditions of release, and his history of fleeing from police, he was denied bail and held in custody.

 “Our Safer Roads Team are dedicated to making the roads safer for our community.  Whether they are proactively working to disrupt street racing activity or responding to the dangerous behaviour of prolific criminal driving offenders these officers are having an impact.  These strategies seek to prevent the tragedy which can result from dangerous driving behaviours and decisions by a few irresponsible people.  We are committed to responding to the community’s desire for safer roads.” – Deputy Chief Marc Andrews, Community Policing Operations Command

Anyone with any information on incidents like this is asked to contact the Road Safety Services Safer Roads Team at 905-453-2121, extension 3750. Information may also be left anonymously by calling Peel Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477), or by visiting www.peelcrimestoppers.ca.

Parvasi Weekly Inc.


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