Elk Point RCMP warrant apprehension; “individuals who were wanted on outstanding warrants”

Frog Lake First Nation, Alberta – On Dec. 1, 2022, The Elk Point RCMP, with the assistance of the RCMP Eastern Alberta District Crime Reduction Unit, St. Paul RCMP police dog services, Cold Lake RCMP police dog services, and RCMP K Division air services conducted a warrant apprehension effort in the area of Frog Lake First Nation and Fishing Lake Metis Settlement. RCMP located and arrested three individuals who were wanted on outstanding warrants. RCMP also recovered a 2021 Ford truck that was stolen near Pierceland, Saskatchewan on Nov. 27, 2022.

Bobby Lacombe (28), a resident of Fishing Lake Metis Settlement is facing new charges of:

· Possession of property obtained by crime over $5000.00

· Flight from a peace office

Suspect in Handcuffs
(File Photo) Suspect in Handcuffs

Lacombe was remanded into custody and his next court appearance is Dec. 15 , 2022 at St. Paul Provincial Court.

Keely Saskatchewan (21), a resident of Fishing Lake Metis Settlement, was released after a hearing with conditions and is set to appear in court on Dec. 22, 2022 at St. Paul Provincial Court.

Byron Crane (39), a resident of Frog Lake First Nation, is facing new charges of:

· Obstructing a police officer

· Possession of stolen property over $5000.00

· Theft over $5000.00

Crane was remanded into custody and his next court appearance is Dec. 22, 2022 at St. Paul Provincial Court.

“This apprehension effort was an excellent example of multiple RCMP units collaborating to safely locate and arrest high-risk individuals wanted on outstanding warrants. The RCMP encourages the public to report any crime and/or suspicious activity to their local police,” says Cst. Cory Tourand of the Eastern Alberta District Crime Reduction Unit.

Elk Point RCMP

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