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Two charged in "Thelma and Louise" crime spree

 

 

http://www.thestar.com/news/gta/article/729396--two-charged-in-thelma-and-louise-crime-spree

 

Police say Sunday romp included stolen narcotics, carjacking and 160-km/h chase along Highway 407

 

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Police say a pair of women accused of stealing two cars and fistfuls of narcotics led them on a Thelma-and-Louise-like chase through Oakville and Burlington Sunday morning before officers tackled them outside a coffee shop.

"I'm not sure of the nature of (their) association," said Det. Steve Metelsky. "But obviously they worked together."

The chain of events began at 10:30 a.m. in a Metro grocery store in Oakville, near Eighth Line and Upper Middle Rd. Witnesses at the store said Tylenol and OxyContin were stolen from the pharmacy before two women hopped into a stolen car from Caledon and fled.

From there, police say, the women tore through Oakville and headed to Burlington, covering 20 kilometres in 20 minutes –"a good stretch of geographic territory," Metelsky said.

The women were next spotted at a Petro Canada in Burlington on Guelph Line, near New St., where a woman was assaulted and had her Mazda snatched. The Mazda driver was left with minor head injuries.

Another car was hit as the pair fled the gas station. Witnesses watched the woman in the driver's seat put the car into gear and the other woman lean over from the passenger's seat to stomp on the gas pedal.

Police say the two took off back to Oakville.

Police chased the stolen Mazda along Highway 407 at speeds near 160 km/h. The car left the highway and was abandoned at Ford Dr. and Royal Windsor Dr.

Police say the two women hopped out of the car and tried to run, but officers took them down near a Tim Hortons at the intersection.

A witness said one of the women had seizures after she was arrested.

"I can't give a professional opinion on what (drug) they were on," Metelsky said.

"But their behaviour was impaired."

Two women, whose names have not been released, have been charged with theft over $5,000, possession of property obtained by crime, robbery, dangerous operation of a motor vehicle causing bodily harm and fleeing police.

The investigation is continuing as police try to sort out all of the suspects' stops to determine if any other crimes were committed.

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one looks like a legit crackhead, but the other one must be new to the pipe...she's still looking good.

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Smask... you tryin to say id be with the crackhead?

 

shame on a nigga!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

its true:)

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If this was some "Thelma And Louise" shit, they woulda killed some dudes.

Then drove off a cliff or some shit at the end, not get tackled by pigs infront of a diner.

This story sounds more like your run of the mill crackheads getting caught for stealing shit.

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"She's accused of possessing crack cocaine and stealing merchandise from Metro and Longos grocery stores as well as from a Shoppers Drug Mart during the binge, according to the information read out by a clerk in the Milton courtroom."

 

 

CRACKHEAD PEOPLE

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things are popping out in the golden horeshoe lately.

 

http://www.thestar.com/news/ontario/article/730097--armed-men-break-prisoner-out-of-hamilton-hospital?bn=1

 

Armed men break prisoner out of Hamilton hospital

Man in custody facing charges related to January robbery of Tim Hortons and gun battle with police

 

Two masked men pulled guns on a pair of jail guards in a bold breakout of a prisoner at Hamilton General Hospital just before lunch today.

 

The guards were escorting a prisoner from the north-Hamilton hospital when they were jumped by the pair. The attackers wore surgical masks and had hoodies pulled down low over their faces.

 

They freed the prisoner – Fawad Nouri – and raced from the hospital parking lot in the jail van, hitting an ambulance as they fled.

 

Supt. Bill Stewart says Nouri was in jail on charges he and another man allegedly robbed a Tim Hortons and fired shots at police in January.

 

Nouri also has a history of run-ins with Toronto police. In 2003, he faced 31 charges after a string of armed robberies across the GTA. When arrested, the then-18-year-old was wanted for assault and weapons offences.

 

Court records show that in October 2004, Nouri pled guilty to failing to stop, carrying a concealed weapon, possession of a prohibited weapon and two counts of robbery.

 

Toronto police said this afternoon the force is helping Hamilton police try to find Nouri.

 

After the jailbreak, the trio abandoned the van just a few blocks away, then jumped into another getaway car that was waiting for them. It's described as a silver Hyundai Tiburon.

 

At a hastily called press conference, police released a photo of the escaped prisoner and described the three men as armed and dangerous.

 

Stewart says Nouri was at the hospital for a scheduled followup appointment, and police are investigating how the suspects pulled off the escape.

 

"It would appear that there was some planning that went into this escape because prisoners aren't told when their visits to the hospitals are going to take place," he said.

 

"Obviously the persons who assisted in this escape were able to obtain some sort of information that allowed them to be there at that time."

 

Stewart said he isn't suggesting there was necessarily insider information at play, but police are looking at a number of scenarios.The guards were not injured but are shaken up, Stewart said.

 

Nouri, 24, and another man, Todd Fenty are alleged to have robbed a Hamilton Tim Hortons and engaged in a high-speed police chase and gun battle in January.

 

They were charged with four counts of robbery, firearms offences and wearing a disguise. Soon after, police added 36 other charges to the list of offences.

 

"That refers to nine customers who were in the store when two individuals came to rob it, being forced to stay down and stay in the store," homicide Detective Sergeant Peter Abi-Rashed said at the time.

 

Police allege Fenty and Nouri entered the coffee shop around 9 p.m. and pulled a shotgun and a 45-calibre handgun on customers and four staff members. The customers "were instructed by one of the robbery suspects not to move and to keep their hands on the table," said Detective John Canaris, of the Break Enter, Auto theft and Robbery unit.

 

There were customers in the Hortons drive-thru and lots of people at the next-door gas station when the armed robbery occurred, he said.

 

Witnesses outside the store saw the robbery and alerted police, who ended up in a high-speed highway chase. The suspects allegedly drove up a snowbank and fled on foot.

 

Police say shots were fired at two officers chasing the suspects down the sidewalk.

 

Nouri was hit in the arm when police fired. The shooting is under investigation by the provincial Special Investigations Unit, which reviews all incidents involving police in which a civilian is injured or killed.

 

Police said they recovered a semi-automatic handgun and a shotgun, which have been sent for forensic testing.

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I once got an official beej for agreeing to watch Thelma and Louise.

 

 

 

So it was from a certified profersional and you have notarized documentation and everything? dang.

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