Wednesday, 27 June 2018

RCMP Arrest Two Suspects Attempting to Use Stolen Credit Cards

RCMP Alberta – On June 25, 2018 at 1:17 P.M. Spruce Grove RCMP responded to a complaint that a male and female were trying to use stolen credit cards at the local Reddi-Mart. As the RCMP member attempted to detain both suspects, the male pushed the female suspect at the officer. Both suspects fought the officer in an attempt to resist arrest. While the RCMP member was controlling the male suspect, the female suspect ran to the back of the store attempting to escape. The female suspect climbed a ladder in the back room into the ceiling panels to try and evade police. As other RCMP members arrived on scene, the female suspect fell through the ceiling, landing on some shelving in the store. She was taken into RCMP custody with no further incident.

The business owner provided valuable assistance to the responding RCMP member which was instrumental in helping with the apprehension of both suspects. Fortunately nobody involved received any significant injuries.

The male was identified as 28 year old Richard PARISEAU from Edmonton, Alberta. He was charged with 11 counts including:
  • Possession of stolen property Under $5000
  • Using a stolen credit card
  • Resist arrest from the police
  • Resist arrest from someone aiding the police (store owner)
  • Assault Police Officer
  • Attempting to disarm a police officer
  • Mischief under $5,000
  • Fail to comply with recognizance X 2
  • Breach probation X 2

The female was identified as 29 year old Brittany BURKE from Edmonton, Alberta. She was charged with 3 counts including:
  • Obstruct Police Officer
  • Fail to comply with undertaking
  • Mischief under $5,000
Both of the accused have been remanded into custody. They will be appearing in Stony Plain court on June 27th, 2018.

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