Canada – On June 14, Beaverlodge RCMP charged two men for breaking and entering. And according to RCMP there have been 12 break and enter cases in the area since May 23. On that particular day of June 14, 2 men were taken into custody after RCMP utilized a GPS Tracker on a quad that was stolen shortly after placing the tracker.
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After just hours of its placement, the quad went missing. To be precise, they stole it. But the Beaverlodge RCMP recovered it with the assistance of Western Alberta District Rural Crime Reduction Team and Grande Prairie Police Dog services.
The two charged are adults. One is 30 year old Darcy Julien Kelly Wanihandi, of Horse Lake and other is 43 year old Sheldon Lyle Wilson Ferguson. Darcy had $5000 worth of property in his possession through the breaking and entering. And Ferguson also had property obtained during the incident.
Darcy will now appear in Grande Prairie Provincial court on July 31st.