Red Deer man among those charged in Calgary carjackings

By The Canadian Press
January 11, 2018 - 8:24am

CALGARY- Police have charged four people in three separate carjackings that happened on Saturday.

In the first case a man and his teenage son forced a man from his truck and then fled before ramming some police cruisers.

In the second carjacking, a man forced a woman from her car after attacking two men at a gas station.

Police have charged 23-year-old Charles Clairoux of Red Deer with robbery, assault with a weapon and two counts of mischief.

In the third incident, a man attacked a couple in their 60s and then took off with their car, hitting the woman as he sped away.

The woman sustained serious injuries and was taken to hospital.

(The Canadian Press - CTV Calgary)

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