Several traffic stops conducted by Rocky Mountain House Mounties have led to arrests, property seizures and the recovery of a stolen sedan.
From April 2 to 6, RCMP members conducted the numerous stops. Some, such as the one on April 2 led to an arrest of a person accused of violating parole, possessing a weapon for a dangerous purpose and possessing a controlled substance.
On April 6, three stops led to serious charges against several men. The largest seizure included seven stolen firearms.
Police said they found a vehicle that was believed to have been involved in recent property thefts around the area. A traffic stop was completed and the driver was arrested.
A 24-year-old man is charged with 25 offences, including firearms and stolen property charges.
A suspicious vehicle reported in rural Clearwater County was located and determined to have been stolen two days earlier. Two people were found inside the vehicle and arrested. A 32-year-old is charged with property, weapon and break-in instrument offences.
A report of a suspicious person in the Nordegg area led to officers stopping a vehicle on Hwy 11. The 22-year-old male driver was arrested and police say the vehicle was stolen out of Calgary. He faces stolen property charges.