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Broken car helps Hanover Police catch lawbreaker



A West Grey man was charged with driving while under suspension after his vehicle sold him out to Hanover police.

According to police chief Christopher Knoll, the man’s car broke down in front of their detachment on 10th Street over the weekend.

Officers helped push the vehicle off the street and into the parking lot, then determined afterwards that the driver had a suspended licence.

The 40-year-old was charged and issued a summons to appear in court.

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