St. Paul RCMP Arrest Three on Break and Enter Charges

St. Paul Mounties have arrested three people on break and enter charges

St. Paul Mounties have arrested three people on break and enter charges. On Dec. 1, 2017, at approximately 5:50 a.m., St. Paul RCMP responded to an abandoned vehicle fire in St. Paul. While investigating the vehicle fire, a separate call was received regarding a break and enter that had occurred at Northpark Collision the same morning. Police determined the burnt vehicle was stolen from Northpark Collision during the break and enter.

St. Paul RCMP executed search warrants at two separate residences in St. Paul and approximately $20,000.00 of stolen property was recovered along with a firearm and weapons. Three males have been arrested and were charged in relation to the break and enter and vehicle fire.

38-year-old Lawrence Joseph Desjarlais, from Spedden, and 40-year-old Tyler David Grimes, from St. Paul, Alberta were charged with

·         Break and enter

·         Disguise with intent

·         Theft of motor vehicle

·         2 counts of Possession of property obtained by crime

·        and 2 counts of Mischief over $5000.00

Both of the accused were remanded into custody after a judicial hearing and will be appearing in Lac La Biche Provincial Court today.

30-year-old Randy Cardinal,  from Goodsoil, Saskatchewan, was charged with:

·         Arson

·         Break and enter

·         Theft of motor vehicle

·         Possession of property obtained by crime

·         Mischief over $5000.00

·        and 2 counts of Failure to comply with a court order

He was also wanted at the time of his arrest in relation to an incident in the Bonnyville area for possession of stolen property. Additionally, he was also charged in relation to a separate break and enter of a machine shop in St. Paul that was reported to police on Nov. 24, 2017. Charges include obstruction, possession of property obtained by crime, fraud and failing to comply with a court order. 

Cardinal was remanded into custody after a judicial hearing and will be appearing in St. Paul Provincial Court on Dec. 21, 2017 . 

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