Rocky Mountain House, Alberta – RCMP have laid several charges against three different males following a lengthy incident which started with a firearms disturbance at a residence, followed by a pursuit, a robbery then another pursuit.
On August 20, 2017, several males brandished firearms at a residence on the Sunchild First Nation, threatened the occupants, then left in a vehicle. Rocky Mountain House RCMP members responded from the Sunchild Nation and located the suspect vehicle. The vehicle fled from police, who pursued the vehicle north of the Sunchild Nation. The suspect vehicle rammed a police vehicle during the pursuit, and after fleeing the scene, the suspects attempted to steal a vehicle in the area, but were unsuccessful. A short while later, the suspects rolled their vehicle into the ditch and departed unharmed.
An uninvolved vehicle with a female driver stopped to render assistance to the suspects, and was then assaulted by them, and her vehicle stolen. RCMP members located her stolen vehicle on the O’Chiese First Nation, managed to disable it, then arrested three male occupants without incident.
RCMP members and the suspects were uninjured during this event. The female driver attended the hospital to receive treatment for her injuries. Other assisting RCMP Units involved with this incident were the Edson Integrated Traffic Unit, Drayton Valley RCMP, and Evansburg RCMP.
Taylor Bremner, 24, and Dallas Bremner, 25, have been charged with multiple offences under the Criminal Code, including: Break and Enter, Assault with a Weapon, Assault, Uttering Threats, Flight, Dangerous Operation of a Motor Vehicle, and Robbery.
Cruz Bigchild, 21, has also been charged with numerous offences, including: Robbery, Possession of a Controlled Substance, Breach of Probation, Dangerous Operation of a Motor Vehicle, and Impaired Operation of a Motor Vehicle.
The three males face, in total, 31 Criminal Code Charges.
Taylor Bremner, Dallas Bremner, and Cruz Bigchild will appear in Rocky Mountain House Provincial Court on September 13, 2017.
Rocky Mountain House RCMP
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