Three people arrested in Grande Prairie over drugs, stolen property and a gun

Hugh Smith
08/13/2018

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Three people are facing charges in Grande Prairie after a search of a vehicle and a home turned up stolen property, drugs, and a gun.

The RCMP's Western Alberta District Rural Crime Reduction Team say that last Monday (August 6th) they followed a vehicle from a rural location outside Grande Prairie to a commercial location in the city based off intelligence they had gathered.

Police arrested the three people in the vehicle and searched it, finding 65 grams of methamphetamine, 7 grams of cocaine, 150 millilitres of GHB, and a loaded .22 calibre pistol.

The RCMP then searched a rural property outside the city, and found a large amount of stolen property including 2 vehicles, 4 quads, a snowmobile, an industrial heater, generator, chainsaws, trimmers and various tools.

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28-year-old Sklor Don Claybrook of Grande Prairie faces 33 charges, including possession of methamphetamine, unauthorized possession of a firearm and possession of stolen property. 25-year-old Kariston Lynn Finlayson of Valleyview has been charged with 15 offences, including possession of methamphetamine, unauthorized transport of a firearm and breach of a recognizance. 34-year-old Ashley Nicole McDonald faces 12 charges, including possession of methamphetamine, unauthorized possession of a firearm and possession of stolen property. All three will appear in court on August 22nd.

The police say they are searching for the owners of the property they recovered. If anyone recognizes anything in these pictures, they are asked to call Grande Prairie RCMP at 780-830-5700.

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