VIDEO: Grande Prairie RCMP arrest woman, 26, after police vehicles rammed

GRANDE PRAIRIE – Grande Prairie RCMP have charged a woman after she failed to stop for police and rammed police vehicles.

Becki Mustus 26, of Valleyview, was charged with flight from police officer, dangerous operation of a vehicle, two counts of assault of a police officer, fail to stop after a collision, breach of conditions of release, driving without insurance and driving without a driver’s license.

According to RCMP, shortly after 4 a.m. on Apr. 29, 2020, RCMP observed a suspicious vehicle in the north side of Grande Prairie. Police activated emergency lights and siren in an attempt to conduct a traffic stop, however, the driver of the vehicle did not stop.

The suspect vehicle made efforts to evade police, eventually turning into a residential area in the neighbourhood of Mountview.

Police attempted to block the suspect in the cul-de-sac. The suspect then drove into occupied police vehicles and attempted to get past them, causing a substantial amount of property damage to near-by vehicles and property.

The female driver of the suspect pick-up truck was arrested without incident. A female passenger and male passenger were also arrested.

Mustus has been remanded in custody to appear in Grande Prairie Provincial Court on May 4, 2020.

Sarah Murphy/Alberta Press

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