One man charged after Stettler RCMP answer stolen vehicle complaint

27 year old Jyles Uschenko is facing multiple charges

On November 10th, Stettler RCMP were notified by the owner of a stolen vehicle that it had been located at a rural location northeast of Stettler.

Officers arrived at the location and arrested a male in connection with the vehicle’s theft. Upon further investigation, it was determined that the male was also in possession of a controlled substance and was involved in a variety of other property offences in connection to unlocked vehicles the previous evening.

27 year old Jyles Uschenko is facing charges of Theft, Theft of Motor vehicle and Possession of a Controlled Substance and has been remanded until his next court appearance on November 23rd, 2017.

Stettler RCMP would like to remind motorists to secure their vehicles when they’re unoccupied and to remove any valuables from inside including wallets/purses/keys to the vehicle/laptops/tablets etc.

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