Metropolis of Calgary property recovered close to Drumheller, 2 charged

Metropolis of Calgary property recovered close to Drumheller, 2 charged

Two Michichi residents face a number of fees in relation to a search of a property that yielded, amongst different issues, quite a few stolen gadgets belonging to the Metropolis of Calgary, along with a automobile search that produced portions of methamphetamine and an imitation handgun.

On Tuesday, Drumheller RCMP obtained studies of stolen property close to the Drumheller space.

That included a white, enclosed interstate automotive hauler trailer, a 2000 Chevy pickup truck and a 2016 Ski-doo snowmobile.

Metropolis of Calgary property recovered close to Drumheller, 2 chargedPolice recovered a stolen Ski-doo

Drumheller officers launched an investigation to recuperate the property, which led to a automobile cease in Drumheller on Wednesday the place two suspects had been arrested. A search of the automobile revealed a amount of methamphetamine and an imitation handgun. The motive force of the automobile had a suspended licence.

These arrests resulted in a search warrant for the property in Michichi, the place police recovered the interstate automotive hauler trailer on Wednesday.

On Thursday morning, police recovered the pickup truck at a property close to Morrin.

Tim Closs, 48, of Michichi, was charged with possession of property obtained by crime; possession of methamphetamine; and working a motorized vehicle whereas being prohibited.

Judith Brown, 41, of Michichi, was charged with possession of property obtained by crime, and possession of methamphetamine.

 “Throughout the course of this investigation, the RCMP engaged their valued companions, together with the Drumheller and District Rural Crime Watch / Residents on Patrol,” stated Sgt. Robert Harms. “The recovered stolen property was a direct results of the group’s involvement, networking capabilities and communication platforms.”

Anybody with info is requested to contact Drumheller RCMP at 403-823-7590. These wishing to stay nameless can contact Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477, on-line or by downloading the P3 Ideas app.