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Heinsburg suspect facing charges over motorhome and fire truck thefts

A Heinsburg suspect is to answer charges in Vermilion court after police arrested him in connection with the thefts of a motorhome and a fire truck.

Baily Devon Paranteau at the time of his arrest on was also charged with several offences out of Lloydminster including failure to comply, possession of stolen property over $5,000, and flight from peace officer. These offences occurred between Feb. 22, to Feb. 28 in the Lloydminster area, say investigators.

The incident began with the theft of an Ambassador Motorhome valued at $220,000 in Kitscoty, leading to a police pursuit that eventually ended in the recovery of the motorhome and Paranteau’s arrest in Manville.

The 25-year-old suspect was also charged with flight from a peace officer, possession of stolen property over $5,000, and multiple counts of failing to comply with conditions. Additionally, he has been charged in relation to a break and enter at the Islay Fire Hall and theft of a fire truck.

A judicial interim release hearing was held and Paranteau was remanded in custody. He is scheduled to return to the Albert Court of Justice in Vermilion on Mar. 4.

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