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Red Deer RCMP arrest a female and a male with stolen vehicle in Glendale

  • Dec. 29, 2016 5:12 p.m.

Red Deer RCMP arrested a female and a male shortly after the noon hour on Dec. 27th in the Glendale neighbourhood after the stolen vehicle they had been driving stopped in an alleyway.

The occupants were seen exiting the vehicle as officers arrived on scene and arrested without incident.

At 12:56 hrs on Dec. 27th, Red Deer RCMP received a report of a stolen vehicle had been observed in the Glendale neighbourhood. The vehicle had been reported stolen to the Sylvan Lake RCMP before 10 a.m. earlier in the morning.

As the officers attended to the area they soon located the vehicle in an alleyway as the two occupants were exiting the Ford Edge and approaching a residence. The officers arrested both parties and recovered the vehicle without incident.

Shae Lynn Golden, 19, of Red Deer has been charged with possession of stolen property over $5,000 and three counts of failing to comply with a recognizance. Golden was also arrested on an outstanding warrant from Edmonton Police Service for failing to attend court.

Golden has been remanded into custody and she is set to appear in Red Deer Provincial Court on Jan. 3rd.

Justyn Bourne, 29, of Red Deer has been charged with two counts of failing to comply with a probation Order. Bourne has a first appearance in Red Deer Provincial Court on Jan. 27th.

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