Stettler police issue warrants; make arrests in connection to stolen vehicle

Local police were also called to a location near Halkirk regarding a stolen vehicle that had been involved in an MVC

On Aug. 29th, Stettler RCMP attempted to stop a vehicle, but it fled and the driver identified as 37-year-old Danial Grams of Byemoor.

On Aug. 31st, police attended the residence of Grams and obtained a warrant under Section 529 CC (Feeney Warrant) to enter the home and arrested Grams.

Also arrested was 18-year-old MacKenzie Hardy of Red Deer who had several arrest warrants from numerous detachment areas. Both were remanded into custody.

On Sept. 4th, Stettler RCMP and Blackfalds Integrated Traffic Unit members responded to a male sleeping in a vehicle near downtown Stettler.

James Hall, 40, was arrested/charged with Possession of a Stolen Vehicle after it was determined the vehicle he was in was stolen two days prior.

On Sept. 5th, Stettler RCMP, Coronation RCMP, Blackfalds ITU and Police Dog Service members attended a location near Halkirk regarding a stolen vehicle that had been involved in an MVC.

Members on scene arrested 31-year-old Jayson Marshall of Stettler and a female youth from Lacombe.

The PDS located a third suspect – 48-year-old Ernest Bedore who was also arrested.

Marshall and Bedore were remanded on the strength of Parole Warrants for their arrest.

The investigation into the MVC continues.

-Submitted by Stettler RCMP

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