News Vermilion RCMP detain wanted suspect SHARE ON: Gerry Lampow, staff Friday, Jan. 14th, 2022 RCMP sign. [Photo: Gerry Lampow - 106.1 The Goat/Vista Radio] A County of Vermilion River man is slated to appear in court on Monday January 17th after police stopped what they say was a suspicious vehicle. Vermilion RCMP stopped the vehicle near Township 504 and Range Road 63 on January 4th at 4:30 p.m. Their investigation found the driver was wanted on outstanding warrants and a search turned up suspected illicit substances. Police further executed a search warrant and found about $2000 in suspected stolen power tools. Twenty-seven year old Christian Charles Rushton is facing charges for alleged: Two counts Possession of a Controlled Substance for the Purpose of Trafficking Possession of Property Obtained by Crime Driving a motor vehicle without Insurance. Rushton was granted bail ahead of his next appearance in Vermilion Provincial Court. Police say this is an example of how reporting on a suspicious vehicle can mitigate larger issues which impact the community.