2 TEENAGERS ARRESTED AFTER COLLISION WITH POLICE VEHICLE IN RYDE

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A Police van has been taken off the road following a collision with a Ford Fiesta in Ryde yesterday evening (Sunday), which has led to 2 teenage boys being arrested.

At around 18:10, a collision occurred between a red Ford Fiesta and a Police vehicle in the Ashey area, on the approach to the Upton crossroads.

The Fiesta did not remain at the scene and is believed to have made off towards Havenstreet.

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Officers swiftly arrested 2 teenagers, both 17-years-old, who were located on foot in Upton Road. 1 was arrested on suspicion of dangerous driving, failing to stop for police and possession of cannabis. The other was arrested on suspicion of dangerous driving and for being a pedestrian failing to stop when directed by a constable.

The duo remain in custody at this time.

The Ford Fiesta remains outstanding and enquiries are ongoing.

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Martin Shoebridge
Martin Shoebridge
3 months ago

And the registration number of the Fiesta is ?….

Opinions Matter
Opinions Matter
3 months ago

Thinking it’s funny driving too fast and then they collide with a police van then make off!!!! Nice kids, NOT. But what will the punishment be??? Not a lot to stop them doing it again I doubt!!!

happy go lucky
happy go lucky
3 months ago

the fiesta was last seen, hiding in a garage forecourt, drinking an oily latte, with a new “hood” on.
 
the trees are refusing to talk about the whereabouts of the fiesta and have clearly sided with the criminals, judging by their menacing looks in the picture.

Ian Allison
Ian Allison
3 months ago

The car drove off and the two lads caught were both arrested on suspicion of dangerous driving. How many drivers does it take to drive a Fiesta ?

Book’em dano
Book’em dano
Reply to  Ian Allison
3 months ago

Because they got to find out who was driving it at the time? Until one owned up to the crash both are on suspicion

s t osmund
s t osmund
3 months ago

two if there is common purpose or joint enterprise

Munch
Munch
3 months ago

No trees involved that’s a first

Old bean
Old bean
3 months ago

Ryde (scum) no doubt the future looks bleak

Anonymous
Anonymous
Reply to  Old bean
3 months ago

I don’t always think calling the younger generation scum is helpful. What they did is wrong and their actions could have had bigger consequences but scum is an awful word

Mak
Mak
3 months ago

Atleast they got caught

Last edited 3 months ago by Mak
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