Man charged with break and enter to Stettler County residence

Stettler RCMP arrested 30-year-old Kyle Grams of Stettler

On May 10th at approximately 7:30 a.m., police received a complaint of a suspicious male on a property near Stettler.

The lone male left a truck (later determined to have been stolen) and proceeded on foot to another property where he stole an ATV. The male then attempted to steal another truck at a third property and fled into a residence before he was arrested by police.

With the assistance of Bashaw RCMP, Red Deer Police Dog Services and vigilant Stettler County residents, Stettler RCMP arrested 30-year-old Kyle Grams of Stettler.

He was charged with break/enter to a residence, assault w/a weapon, theft of MV and other related offences and was remanded into custody.

At the time of his arrest, Grams was free on bail from a driving incident in Stettler from April 18th.

-Submitted by Stettler RCMP

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