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RCMP respond to vehicles stuck in a field, make arrests

Four people arrested and two stolen vehicles located
Photo of seized items Elk Point_1
Weapons seized by RCMP following a call of suspicious vehicles in Frog Lake are shown. RCMP photo

FROG LAKE - A report of two vehicles stuck in a field in Frog Lake resulted in a rifle, ammunition, and knife being seized by RCMP.

On Nov. 12, Elk Point RCMP responded to the report of two suspicious vehicles. Officers attended and located four people.

"Further investigation revealed that the two vehicles were stolen in November 2020 from Bonnyville and Lloydminster," according to RCMP.

While doing a search of one of the vehicles, a rifle, ammunition and a knife were seized by police. None of the four suspects held a firearms licence and as a result they were arrested.

Taylor Dillon, 20, Ronald Jimmy, 25, and Kezia Lewis, 35, all of Onion Lake, Sask., along with Joshua Lecky, 31, of Lloydminster, Alta., were jointly charged with: 

·         Possession of weapon for dangerous purposes

·         Possession of firearm in a motor vehicle

·         Unauthorized possession of firearm

·         Possession of property obtained by crime over $5,000

Jimmy was also charged with failure to comply with condition of an Undertaking.

All accused were released after judicial hearings and are set to appear in St. Paul Provincial Court on Dec. 3.