Property

Coronation RCMP charge suspects with property crimes – Stettler Independent

On September 10 at 1:31 a.m. Coronation RCMP received a break and enter report in progress in Halkirk, Paintearth County.

The suspects entered by cutting the property’s fence and three suspects were observed on video stealing tools and equipment. There was a getaway vehicle with driver a kilometer from the site.

RCMP officers from Coronation, Consort and Stettler came and implemented containment. With the assistance of the Red Deer Police Dog Service, officers were able to track and arrest two of the three suspects seen on video and the fleeing driver in her vehicle.

The other suspect is still at large.

Following Coronation’s investigation, the RCMP laid charges;

Donna-Lea Sharon Cameron, 33, Red Deer resident with:

· Breaking and entering;

· mischief over $5,000;

Theft over $5,000

Brandy Christine Carl, 45, Red Deer resident with:

· Breaking and entering;

· mischief over $5,000;

· Theft over $5,000;

· Failure to comply with release order;

· Failure to comply with probation.

Daryl Springer, 43, Red Deer resident with:

· Breaking and entering;

· mischief over $5,000;

· Theft over $5,000;

· Failure to comply with release order;

· Failure to comply with probation.

Cameron was released on recognizance. Carl and Springer were taken into custody. The next court appearance for all three is scheduled for October 14 at 11 a.m. at Coronation Provincial Court.

“In a small community, the problems associated with property crime are magnified,” the RCMP statement said.

“As part of our Rural Crime Reduction Strategy, we encourage members of the public/businesses to report suspicious activity. With the help of the community, we were able to locate a suspect who was observed on video stealing tools and equipment. »

Members of the public who wish to report suspicious activity or property crime in their community can call local law enforcement or contact Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477). Crime Stoppers is always anonymous.

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