Charges laid

Written by ECA Review
Coronation RCMP received a report of a break and enter in progress at a business in Castor, County of Paintearth, Alta. on Feb. 3 at 1:57 am. Two suspects gained entry to a secure compound which was observed by a witness. The witness notified the property representative and he attended the scene. A getaway vehicle pulled up and picked up the two suspects as they exited the property.
The property representative followed the suspects in his vehicle and notified the Coronation RCMP of the incident. Coronation RCMP were able to locate the suspects in their vehicle with the assistance of the property representative and conducted a traffic stop.
Killam and Viking RCMP members attended and assisted taking the suspects in custody. The four suspects were held for a Justice of the peace hearing.
 As a result of the investigation Coronation RCMP have charged Danielle Nelson (40), a resident of Alliance, Dallas Vaudrin (44), a resident of Killam, Paul Jamieson (43) and Tanya Kotowski-Jamieson (40), both residents of Stettler, was charged with break and enter to a business, mischief to property under $5,000, altering or obliterate vehicle identification number, possession of break and enter tools and breach of a release order.
 In addition to the above charges Paul Jamieson was also charged with possession of a controlled substance (cocaine).
“In a small community the problems associated with property related crimes are amplified,” says Sergeant John Pike Detachment Commander Coronation RCMP, “As part of our Rural Crime Reduction Strategy we encourage members of the public/businesses to report suspicious activity.
With the assistance of the community and the property representative we were able to locate the suspects involved.”
Members of the public who want to report suspect suspicious activity or property related crime in their community can call local police, or contact Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477). Crime Stoppers is always anonymous.


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