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Smoky Lake RCMP nab four suspects cruising rural properties

Multiple complaints received

SMOKY LAKE - On April 15, at approximately 12:05 a.m., Smoky Lake RCMP responded to multiple complaints of a suspicious vehicle driving though rural properties within the County of Smoky Lake, Bellis, Vilna and Spedden area. Upon Investigation, it was determined that the vehicle was stolen out of the Wetaskiwin area.

Smoky Lake RCMP, with the assistance of St. Paul RCMP and St. Paul Police Dog Services located the stolen vehicle and arrested all occupants without incident. 

As a result of the investigation, Edmonton resident Nathan Vernon Waskewitch, 37, has been charged with obstruction, failure to comply, possession of stolen property and assault on a police officer. He was remanded in custody and will be in Fort Saskatchewan court April 18.

Fishing Lake resident Conway Sinclair Moyah, 22, is facing a charge of resisting arrest. He was released on conditions and is to appear May 9 in court in Fort Saskatchewan.

Maskwacis resident Robin Faye Strong, 26, was charged with resisting arrest and failing to comply. Strong was released on conditions and will appear in court May 3.

Tamarah Lee Dillion, 30, of Edmonton is charged with being unlawfully at large on a parole violation and will be remaining in custody.

“Partnership, teamwork and communication was key during this event,” says Sgt. Anita Doktor of the Smoky Lake RCMP. “Big thanks St. Paul RCMP and Police Dog Services for assisting in this occurrence.”

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