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Carjacking suspect arrested in Alberta

A man accused of stealing a vehicle in Saskatchewan and considered armed and dangerous has been arrested in Alberta. On August 2 at about 2:20 p.m., Mounties in Elk Point found a Nissan Pathfinder with one man and two women occupants in Fishing Lake Metis Settlement. The vehicle had been stolen at gunpoint the previous night near Maidstone, Sask.

During a traffic stop when the vehicle took off at high speed, and police gave chase. The Nissan Pathfinder lost control on a gravel road south of Frog Lake First Nations and left the roadway. With the help of surrounding RCMP detachments, RCMP Air Services, and RCMP Police Dog Services, all three suspects were apprehended and taken into custody without incident.

The RCMP recovered and seized a stolen gun, as well as numerous other weapons. Ryan Stonechild of Onion Lake has been charged with flight from police, possession of property obtained by a crime, numerous gun offences, common nuisance endangering life and failure to comply with recognizance. He’s been remanded into custody and appears in the Bonnyville Provincial Court on August 6.

Angel Wolfe, 20, of Onion Lake, Sask. also faces a number of charges, including flight from police, possession of property obtained by a crime, numerous gun offences, common nuisance endangering life and obstructing a peace officer. Wolfe has been remanded until she appears in St. Paul Provincial Court on August 22.

Nineteen-year-old Mariah Stanley of Onion Lake was also arrested. Stanley has been charged with flight from police, possession of property obtained by a crime, numerous gun offences, common nuisance endangering life, identity fraud, failure to comply with an undertaking and obstructing a peace officer She’s been remanded until she appears in St. Paul Provincial Court on August 8.

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