2 police cruisers rammed, man shocked with Taser near Martensville, Sask.

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Saskatoon police have arrested a 27-year-old man after he allegedly rammed two police cruisers with a stolen truck.

On Tuesday afternoon, Saskatoon police found a stolen 2012 Ford Raptor on the 800 block of Avenue O South.

When the officers tried to stop the driver, he put the truck into reverse and slammed into the police cruiser, and drove off.

Later that night, the truck was found on a rural property near Martensville by RCMP. Members of the Saskatoon Police Tactical Support Unit and the canine unit were called out to help.

When police arrived, the driver tried to flee the area again, and began ramming one of the cruisers with his truck.

Police used a Taser to shock the man and arrested him. They found a loaded, sawed-off 12 gauge shotgun in the cab.

The man already had multiple outstanding warrants for his arrest. He's being charged with possession of stolen property over $5000, evading police, dangerous driving as well as firearms and weapons offences.

He's also being charged for another incident on Sunday, where he evaded police in a different vehicle.