RCMP and the Calgary Police Service worked together to bring an end to an incident that began in Calgary and found its way to Airdrie before ending in Didsbury.

A 26 year old Didsbury man faces several charges.

It all began around 10:00 a.m. Monday morning when  mounties in Didsbury and Olds were alerted to a stolen vehicle which was allegedly involved in collisions with two Calgary Police Service vehicles.

This vehicle then left Calgary and headed to Airdrie where it was reportedly involved in a “gas and dash” at a local gas station.

While on its way to Didsbury, RCMP officers located the vehicle using its own GPS system but when the vehicle spotted a marked police cruiser at a gas station, it kept going.

Police deployed a spike belt near a stop sign which the stolen vehicle slowly drove over.

The driver and lone occupant in the vehicle fled on foot but was apprehended by police a short time later and turned over to Calgary police.

No court date for Jesse James Hoffman has been announced.