Lloydminster, Saskatchewan & Alberta – On April 21, 2017, at approximately 5:25 pm , Lloydminster RCMP located and stopped a stolen Ford F350 near 51 Avenue and 29 Street, which had been evading police over a two day period. As a result of the traffic stop three people were taken into custody. 5.5 grams of cocaine, 8.5 grams of methamphetamine, eight firearms and stolen property were located inside the vehicle.
A short time later, Lloydminster RCMP received a report of a drive by shooting that occurred at a business in the 4300 block of 44 Street at approximately 5:00 pm. An investigation determined that the Ford F350 and the individuals arrested in it, were the same individuals that were identified as being suspects in the drive by shooting.
No one was injured in either the traffic stop or the drive by shooting.
As a result of both the traffic stop and the drive by shooting a total of 85 charges have been laid
Lyndon Belly, 31 years old, from Onion Lake, Sk. has been charged with 28 Criminal Code offences including: several firearms offences, Dangerous Operation of a motor vehicle, two counts of Assault Police officer with a weapon, driving offences and several breach charges.
Warren Littlewolfe, 26 years old, from Onion Lake, Sk has been charged with 28 Criminal Code offences including; firearms offences, Dangerous Operation of a motor vehicle, two counts of Assault Police officer with a weapon, and several breach charges.
Brandon Ryall, 22 years old, from Lloydminster has been charged with 29 Criminal Code offences including; several firearms offences, Dangerous Operation of a motor vehicle, two counts of Assault Police officer with a weapon, fail to comply and several breach charges.
All three appeared before a justice of the peace and will appear in Alberta Provincial Court on May 23, 2017.
Brandon Ryall was also charged on the Saskatchewan side with the following 14 Criminal Code offences; Drive while disqualified, 6 firearms offences, possession of a prohibited weapon and 3 fail to complies. Ryall will appear in Saskatchewan Provincial Court on the Saskatchewan charges on May 15, 2017.
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