Drumheller RCMP arrested three Red Deerians in connection with stolen vehicles. (File photo by Advocate staff)

Red Deerians arrested with vehicles stolen from Drumheller

Drumheller RCMP investigate

Red Deer residents have been charged in connection with vehicle thefts in Drumheller.

Drumheller RCMP said three people were arrested for allegedly possessing two stolen vehicles on Feb. 11. Police also found a number of stolen identity documents, stolen ski equipment and an iPhone.

Shae-Lee Lynn Phillips, 21, and Kenton Wood, 25, were each charged with possession of stolen property.

Isaiah Nobel, 20, was charged with possession of property obtained by crime over $5,000.

The suspects were also charged with multiple breaches of conditions and had multiple outstanding warrants.

Phillips and Wood will be kept in custody and will appear in Drumheller provincial court Friday. Nobel was released from custody and will also appear in court Friday.

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