Vegreville Mounties have arrested a man wanted on outstanding warrants
Vegreville Mounties have arrested a man wanted on outstanding warrants. On November 29th, RCMP members on patrol in Vegreville noted a male walking through a parking lot who was known to be wanted on several outstanding arrest warrants. The male noticed the police vehicle, and attempted to run. After a brief foot chase, the male was arrested.
30-year-old Leon Jordan Tremblay, of Vegreville, was arrested on multiple outstanding warrants for failing to comply with release conditions. Search incidental to the arrest revealed that Tremblay was in possession of multiple documents belong to various people, including vehicle registrations, identification and a multitude of other documents which could be used to falsely obtain identification.
Tremblay is now facing 38 new charges, including: possession of stolen property and identity theft, as well as failing to comply with a Probation Order.
At the time of his arrest, Tremblay was at large on a Recognizance for a Break and Enter to a residence dating back to August 25, 2017 in Vegreville. He failed to attend court for this matter and a warrant had been issued.
A bail hearing had been held for Tremblay, and bail was denied. Tremblay's next appearance in court is scheduled for December 18th, 2017.