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Sunday , 1 August 2021

St. Paul RCMP arrest property crime suspects

On Dec. 29th, 2019 around 12:00 PM St. Paul RCMP responded to a complaint of a theft in progress at a rural residence near St. Paul.  RCMP members attended the area and located the suspect vehicle with assistance from the public.  The vehicle fled from police and was tracked to a private residence where the suspects ran inside.  With the assistance of Smoky Lake RCMP and St. Paul Police Dog Services police setup containment on the residence.

Two of the suspects eventually exited the residence and were arrested while police obtained authorization to enter the residence to arrest the third.  Through investigation it was found that the suspect vehicle had been stolen from Marwayne a day earlier.

The original complainant had also been a victim of break and enter at the same property earlier that morning.  An investigation into that offence continues to determine if the two incidents were related.

Danny Mcgilvery, 34, of Saddle Lake, Alta was charged with the following;

  • Operation while prohibited
  • Flight from a peace officer
  • Resist/obstruct a peace officer
  • Dangerous operation of a motor vehicle
  • Being unlawfully in a dwelling house
  • Mischief under $5000
  • Possession of property obtained by crime over $5000

Mcgilvery was taken before a Justice of the Peace and remanded into custody to appear on Jan. 2nd, 2020 in St. Paul Provincial Court.

 

November Quinney, 22, of Saddle Lake, Alta was charged with the following;

  • Flight form a peace officer
  • Resist/obstruct a peace officer
  • Possession of property obtained by crime over $5000

Quinney was taken before a Justice of the Peace and released on a promise to pay no cash deposit to appear on Jan. 2nd, 2020 in St. Paul Provincial Court.

 

Kerri Angus, 34, of Kehewin, Alta was charged with the following;

  • Flight form a peace officer
  • Resist/obstruct a peace officer
  • Possession of property obtained by crime over $5000

Angus was taken before a Justice of the Peace and released on a promise to pay no cash deposit to appear on Jan. 2nd, 2020 in St. Paul Provincial Court.

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