Daniel Fenrich Charged For Stealing Good Samaritans' Car After Crash

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MAIDSTONE, Sask. — A man has been charged with stealing the vehicle of Good Samaritans who stopped to help him after a crash.

RCMP say there was a single vehicle crash involving a black Porsche SUV on Highway 303 east of Lloydminster, Sask., last Thursday afternoon.

People stopped to help the injured man in the crash, but police say he allegedly drove off in their vehicle, which was later found burned.

Daniel Fenrich, who is 23, was arrested on Sunday at a residence in Lloydminster and taken to hospital for injuries described as non life-threatening.

Fenrich is set to appear in court in Lloydminster on Sept. 1 charged with motor vehicle theft, dangerous operation of a motor vehicle and driving while disqualified.

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