Police: Man fled from Thursday morning traffic stop in Schenectady; Faces felony for forged registration



SCHENECTADY – A city man fled a traffic stop Thursday morning and only stopped when his car couldn’t go any further, authorities said.

The driver also faces a felony related to a forged registration, according to police accusations filed in court.

The incident happened at about 9:20 a.m. on Victory Avenue, near Grove Place, according to the police accusations.

The driver, identified as Takeam J. Robles, 26, of Cherry Street, is accused of ignoring police lights and sirens and a direction to stop by “fleeing at a high rate of speed,” according to the police allegations.

He then began turning abruptly in the residential neighborhood and failing to stop for stop signs, according to the police allegations. He was eventually arrested at Catherine Street and Locust Avenue after he stopped “when he couldn’t drive any further,” according to the police allegations.

Robles faces one count each of aggravated unlicensed operation, resisting arrest, unlawful fleeing a police officer and reckless driving, misdemeanors.

He also faces one count of second-degree criminal possession of a forged instrument, a felony, accused of possessing a forged temporary registration purporting to be from New Jersey, according to the police allegations.

Categories: News, Schenectady County

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1-Accusations, 3-Allegations
Have we come to this
The Police deserve some respect & we deserve better writing & journalism

PLEASE you are better than this!

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