Key First Nation Woman Pleads Guilty to Driving Offences Related to Incident North of Yorkton

A Key First Nation woman arrested for driving offences north of Yorkton last month, has admitted her guilt.
In Yorkton Provincial Court today (Mon), 18-year-old Pisim O’Soup pled guilty to seven charges, including Impaired Driving, Failing to Stop for Police, Driving While Suspended, and Uttering Threats to Cause Bodily Harm.
She was remanded in custody for sentencing on November 26th in Kamsack.
On October 16th, RCMP received a number of calls from motorists on Highway 9, about a vehicle being driven dangerously.

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