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Kindersley RCMP Lay Charges in Recent Crime Spree

By Kindersley RCMP

During the week of September 12th Kindersley RCMP responded to several reports of property theft related crimes in the areas of Kerrobert, Luseland and Unity. Through further investigation and proactive patrols by Kindersley Detachment members two suspects were taken into custody on September 19th. Charged are the following:

  • Christopher Lane of Provost, Alberta was charged with Flight from Police under section 320.17 of the Criminal Code, Operate a Vehicle in a Manner that is Dangerous to the Public under section 320.13(1) of the Criminal Code, Theft Under $5000 under section 334 of the Criminal Code, Possession of Stolen Property over $5000 under section 355 of the Criminal Code and Break and Enter under section 348 (1)(B) of the Criminal Code plus he was arrested on additional warrants from Alberta.
  • Deanna O’Brien of Kerrobert was charged with Flight from Police under section 320.17 of the Criminal Code, Operate a Vehicle in a Manner that is Dangerous to the Public under section 320.13(1) of the Criminal Code, Possession of Stolen Property over $5000 under section 355 of the Criminal Code.

Both parties have been remanded for court in Saskatoon. “Thanks to some hard work by Kindersley RCMP members and some excellent camera footage provided by members of the public we were able to further this investigation and ultimately, lay charges,” stated Staff Sergeant Kevin Peterson of the Kindersley RCMP. “In partnership with the Luseland Police Service and Unity RCMP we are continuing to investigate and anticipate more charges to be forthcoming.”

With a recent spike in bike thefts in Kindersley the Kindersley RCMP would like to remind residents of the availability of the Garage 529 program. The program helps prevent your bike from being stolen and assists in locating your bike quicker if it is stolen.  Visit the Town of Kindersley website at  https://www.kindersley.ca/529-garage-town-of-kindersley/ to register your bike for this valuable bike theft prevention program. It is quick and easy and free of charge.

Want to help your local RCMP investigate crimes and keep your community safe? Voluntarily register your business or home security camera at: saskcapturecw.ca.

*For more information on the calls to service please contact the Kindersley RCMP detachment.





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