Innisfail RCMP seized a recently stolen Yamaha WR250 dirt while executing a search warrant at a resident on 50 Avenue July 19. Photo contributed by INNISFAIL RCMP

Innisfail RCMP seized a recently stolen Yamaha WR250 dirt while executing a search warrant at a resident on 50 Avenue July 19. Photo contributed by INNISFAIL RCMP

Innisfail RCMP make multiple arrests over past week

Innisfail RCMP made multiple arrests this past week through the detachment’s proactive enforcement project.

On July 18, officers were monitoring a problem area near Cannon Park in Innisfail, when a person believed to have arrest warrants was spotted.

Police conducted a traffic stop and 36-year-old Summer Kreiser, of Red Deer County, was arrested on outstanding warrants for trafficking in stolen property and using a forged document in an incident in March 2018 in Gasoline Alley.

Kreiser is charged with possession of methamphetamine, and possession of both liquor and cannabis within reach of the driver. She was released and will appear in Red Deer provincial court Aug. 8.

Another woman, 44-year-old Kimberley Peterson, of Innisfail, was also spotted by police in the Cannon Park area and a traffic stop was conducted.

She was also arrested on an outstanding warrant. Police seized methamphetamine, illicit cannabis and evidence of drug trafficking during the stop.

A search warrant was executed by police at an Innisfail residence on 50th Avenue near Cannon Park on the morning of July 19.

Methamphetamine, magic mushrooms, illicit cannabis, drug trafficking paraphernalia, hundreds of rounds of ammunition and a recently stolen Yamaha WR250 dirt bike were seized.

Peterson, 44, is charged with possession of methamphetamine for the purpose of trafficking, possession of psilocybin and possession of illicit cannabis. She will appear in Red Deer provincial court Sept. 26.

Innisfail’s Alex Burns, 20, is charged with possession of stolen property, disobeying a court order by possessing ammunition and possession of methamphetamine. He will appear in Red Deer provincial court Aug. 27.

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