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Police arrest man with dozens of fake ID in backpack

Saskatoon Police arrested a man last night when he was found with nearly a hundred pieces of identification.

At 9:40 p.m., September 9, 2019, Officers were Patrolling the Meewasin Trail near the University Bridge when they observed a man on a bike. They stopped him for not having a light on his bicycle and found that he had an outstanding warrant for his arrest. He provided officers his backpack to search and subsequently began fleeing on his bicycle. After a brief altercation, the man was arrested. Inside of the backpack, 85 pieces of government issued identification and four credit cards were located, none of which belonged to the suspect.

A 36 year old Saskatoon man is charged with Possession of Stolen Credit Cards (x4), Possession of Identification (x85) and Assault a Peace Officer with the Intent to Resist Arrest.

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