Update: The charges against Romeo Dillon have been withdrawn. According to Kitscoty RCMP, he was not involved in this incident.
Four people were arrested after Kitscoty RCMP responded to a crashed vehicle later found to be stolen.
RCMP were called to the area of Range Road 20 and Township Road 53, near Marwayne on March 6th around 1:16 a.m. When officials arrived on the scene an investigation was initiated and the car was determined to be stolen from Onion Lake, Saskatchewan.
The four people inside had fled but were later located and taken into custody with help from Vermilion and Lloydminster RCMP.
Delaney Dillon, Shayden Hill, Romeo Dillon, and a fourth young suspect who cannot be named were all arrested and charged with one count of Possession of Stolen Property over $5000.
“This is yet another great example of RCMP Detachments, from both municipal and provincial business lines, working together to achieve a common goal, being the apprehension of criminals and safety of Albertans,” says Sgt. Corey Buckingham, Kitscoty RCMP Detachment Commander.
Romeo Dillon and the young suspect were each released on an Undertaking with court set for April 25 at Lloydminster Alberta provincial court.
Delaney Dillon and Shayden Hill were both held in custody awaiting judicial interim release hearings.
Following the hearings, Delaney Dillon was remanded into custody to return to court on March 14. Shayden Hill was let go on a release order and is due back in court on March 28.
Those matters are also being conducted at Lloydminster Alberta provincial court.