Four arrested in connection with Red Deer area thefts
Four people were arrested in Lousana on Wednesday in connection with stolen goods allegedly taken from the Red Deer area.
Three Hills RCMP conducted a search warrant at 11:50 p.m. on a home in the hamlet after learning that stolen property was allegedly being stored there.
Police recovered parts from a pickup truck reported stolen on Tuesday to Red Deer RCMP. The truck itself was found south of Lousana abandoned in a ditch. Also recovered was a snowmobile reported stolen to Red Deer Mounties on Jan. 5.
Three men and one woman were arrested. Possession of stolen property charges have been laid against one of the men and the woman.
The woman, whose name hasn’t been released, will appear in Drumheller provincial court on Feb. 6.
A man, who was allegedly found in possession of a set of brass knuckles and was charged with possession of a prohibited weapon, will be in court on Feb. 6 in Drumheller as well.
One of the men will be in court in Edmonton on Monday while the third man will be in court on possession of stolen property charges in Red Deer.
Sgt. Joe Sangster expects more details will be released around Wednesday.