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Car chase in north Winnipeg leads to two arrests

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A quick car chase in northwest Winnipeg led to the arrest of two young men on Thursday.

Police were patrolling around Mountain Avenue and McPhillips Street around 1:00 a.m., when they came across a vehicle with several occupants. Police later learned the vehicle was stolen.

The car sped away erratically, trying to evade police. The driver stopped near Fife Street and Manor House Court, where all the suspects fled on foot.

A member of the canine unit tracked two of the suspects to the first 100 block of Manor House Court.

The two alleged suspects were arrested and a small quantity of drugs and weapons were seized.

Brian Gladue, 25, was charged with drug, weapon and property-related offences and is being detained.

A 20-year-old man is facing similar charges and was released on a promise to appear.

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