Local resident returns home as stranger is leaving his house

Police charge Trevor Reid for ‘being unlawfully in a dwelling house’

A Stettler resident returned home to find a male exiting his house on Aug. 16th.

The home owner and the male spoke briefly before the male left the area on foot. Stettler RCMP were called and located 27-year-old Trevor Reid, arresting him for being unlawfully in a dwelling house.

It was later determined that Reid entered the home and had attempted to make a sandwich prior to his encounter with the home owner.

He was believed to be intoxicated by drug at the time of this incident.

Reid’s next court appearance on this matter is Sept. 26th in Stettler. He faces the above mentioned charge as well as failing to comply with conditions of previously issued court documents.

Stettler RCMP reminds residents to secure their homes when leaving them unattended.

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