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Coronation RCMP charge suspects with property-related offences

On Sept. 10, at 1:31 a.m., Coronation RCMP received a report of a break and enter in progress in Halkirk, in the County of Paintearth.

The suspects gained entry by cutting the fence to the property and three suspects were observed on video stealing tools and equipment. There was a getaway vehicle located with a driver a kilometre away from the site.

Coronation, Consort, and Stettler RCMP officers attended and set up containment. With the assistance of the Red Deer Police Dog Service officers were able to track and arrest two of the three suspects observed on video and the getaway driver in her vehicle.

The other suspect is still at large.

As a result of the investigation Coronation RCMP have charged;

Donna-Lea Sharon Cameron, 33, a resident of Red Deer with:

· Break and enter;

· Mischief over $5,000;

· Theft over $5,000

Brandy Christine Carl, 45, a resident of Red Deer with:

· Break and enter;

· Mischief over $5,000;

· Theft over $5,000;

· Fail to comply with release order;

· Fail to comply with Probation.

Daryl Springer, 43, a resident of Red Deer with:

· Break and enter;

· Mischief over $5,000;

· Theft over $5,000;

· Fail to comply with release order;

· Fail to comply with probation.

Cameron was released on an undertaking. Carl and Springer were remanded into custody. The next court appearance for all three is set for Oct. 14 at 11 a.m. in Coronation Provincial Court.

“In a small community the problems associated with property related crimes are amplified,” stated the RCMP release.

“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 we were able to locate a suspect who were observed on video stealing tools and equipment.”

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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