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Stolen vehicle leads to impaired driving and weapons charges in Frog Lake First Nation

A Lloydminster man is facing multiple charges after Elk Point RCMP received reports of a suspicious vehicle in Frog Lake First Nation.

Mounties were called to investigate a suspicious vehicle parked on Highway 897 on August 24th and found the vehicle was reported stolen from Marwayne hours earlier. RCMP say officers approached the vehicle and spotted several long guns, a loaded handgun and three homemade swords within the drivers reach.

They say during the arrest, the man attempted to reach for one of the guns on the passengers seat before being pulled out of the truck. The firearms and swords were also reported stolen.

Twenty-eight year-old Lonnie Ross Mcadam is facing a total of 44 charges including eight counts of possession of weapon for dangerous purpose, five counts of possession of property obtained by crime under $5,000 and a count of impaired care and control over 80 milligrams.

Mcadam was remanded into custody and will appear in St. Paul Provincial Court on September 10th, 2020.

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