timberland shorts Airdrie RCMP charge three in connection with lengthy weekend chase
RCMP have charged two men and one woman in connection with a lengthy pursuit of a stolen truck and trailer over the weekend that went from Airdrie through Calgary and back again.
All three face charges such as possession of a firearm in a motor vehicle, careless use of a firearm, possession of a weapon both obtained by crime and for a dangerous purpose, and possessionof property obtained by crime over $5,000. 1.
Tyrell Teddy Noskiye, 27, of Fort McKay was charged with 16 offences, including possession of a weapon contrary to order and failure to comply with a probation order. Noskiye is expected to appear in court in Airdrie on Feb. 8.
Darby Jackson Benedict of Calgary was charged with nine offences.
All three face charges of resisting a peace officer and possession of break in instruments.
Hall andNoskiye remain in custody.
Benedict, 22,was released on a recognizance to appear in provincial court in Airdrie on Thursday.
They were arrested on Sunday after an early morning chase by RCMP of an alleged stolen Ford F 150 truck pulling a trailer, which police say travelled along streets in the wrong direction through Airdrie, eventually making its way toward Calgary via the QEII Highway, before turning back.