On September 24th, at 9:30 pm, RCMP in Cold Lake, received a complaint regarding an incident that occurred at the Walmart parking lot. S/Sgt. Jeremie Landry explains, “there was some sort of an altercation, in the parking lot. Then a Ford F-350 started chasing our complainant. Eventually ran into his rear bumper, causing our complainant to jump the curb.”
RCMP were able to identify the driver of the suspect vehicle, as he was known to the driver. “He was eventually arrested by the Bonnyville RCMP in relation to a plethora of other charges,” S/Sgt. Landry says arrested was Tarron Grandbois, 20 years old, of Cold Lake First Nations.
In relation to this incident, Grandbois was charged with:
- Dangerous operation of a motor vehicle
- Driving while disqualified
- Possession of property obtain by crime over $5,000
- 2x failing to comply with a recognizance
- Driving an uninsured motor vehicle
- Failing to stop for police
Grandbois has been remanded into custody with bail denied. Grandbois has been charged with 32 offenses for crimes related to other incidents in the area. He will appear in Bonnyville Provincial Court via CCTV on October 3rd and on October 11th at 10:00 am in Cold Lake.