Red Deer, Alberta – On Nov. 8, Red Deer RCMP received a complaint of an individual with outstanding warrants allegedly threatening individuals in a residence.
Members of the Red Deer RCMP responded to the Riverside Meadows neighbourhood and took Quentin Strawberry, 39, of O’Chiese First Nation, into custody without incident. Strawberry faces a total of 13 new charges in relation to the events on Nov. 8, which include several gun-related charges, uttering threats and failing to appear.
Strawberry is currently remanded, and is scheduled to appear in Red Deer Provincial Court on April 4, 2021. Strawberry is also scheduled to appear Mar. 8, 2021 at Court of Queen’s Bench on murder charges. A bail review for this charge is scheduled for Nov. 25, 2020.
Red Deer RCMP
File no. 2020-1647687
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October 8, 2020
Red Deer, Alberta – Shortly after 7 p.m., Red Deer RCMP responded to an unknown situation involving a possible firearm at a downtown residential building along 55 Street.
Red Deer RCMP contained the scene and upon further investigation, determined that the individual inside the residence was wanted on an outstanding warrant. Due to information that the suspect was armed with a weapon, Red Deer RCMP requested the assistance of the Emergency Response Team (ERT) and the Police Dog Service (PDS).
Upon their arrival, ERT served a warrant, and shortly thereafter took one male and one female into custody without incident.
Quentin Strawberry, 39, of O’Chiese First Nation, and Jennifer Caswell, 38, of Red Deer, were arrested for breaching no-contact conditions.
Strawberry is charged with failure to comply and is scheduled to appear in Red Deer Provincial Court on Oct. 9.
Caswell is charged with breach of probation and is scheduled to appear in Red Deer Provincial Court on Nov. 10.
Red Deer RCMP
File no. 2020-1477427
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