Between Tuesday, Oct. 6 and Friday, Oct. 9, 2020, the Lloydminster RCMP Crime Reduction Unit, along with Lloydminster RCMP General Investigation Section, Police Dog Services, and Eastern Alberta District Crime Reduction Unit (EADCRU) took part in a planned warrant initiative to target offenders within the City of Lloydminster.
During the four-day initiative, Lloydminster RCMP arrested 32 people, while executing 57 outstanding warrants. RCMP also recovered several stolen vehicles, and laid charges with vehicle seizures for offences including operating a motor vehicle while suspended and impaired driving.
During this initiative, RCMP laid new, additional charges on several individuals as a result of their arrest on warrants.
A 42-year-old male of Lloydminster, has been charged with:
- Resist arrest
- Possession of a weapon for dangerous purpose
- Trafficking in property obtained by crime under $5000
- Operation of a motor vehicle while prohibited
- Fail to comply with a release order condition x 4
A 38-year-old female of Lloydminster, has been charged with:
- Resist arrest
- Fail to comply with a release order condition x 2
A 19-year-old female of Lloydminster, has been charged with:
- Obstructing a peace officer
- Possession of property obtained by crime under $5000
- Fail to comply with a probation order x 2
"The Lloydminster and EAD Crime Reduction Units will continue to target and identify offenders within our community as part of our ongoing crime reduction strategy within the City of Lloydminster," said Inspector Lee Brachmann, Officer in Charge, Lloydminster RCMP.