Grande Prairie RCMP arrest two after two stolen vehicle complaints

Hugh Smith


Two people in Grande Prairie face charges after allegedly stealing 2 vehicles.

On Sunday, November 18, police say they received a complaint of a stolen truck, which they found near the intersection of 108 Street and 100 Avenue. Officers tried to pull the truck over, but it escaped by driving through a nearby field.

On the same day, the RCMP saw the truck a second time near Debolt, Alberta. The suspects rammed a police vehicle and escaped again.

Soon after that, police were called to a theft of a car from a rural area. RCMP found the car and saw it weaving into oncoming traffic on Highway 43 near Range Road 262. The suspects then tried to hijack other slow-moving vehicles, but officers arrested them. Police say they were able to link them to both stolen vehicles.

27-year-old Cody Marcel Young of Edmonton and 39-year-old Angela Marie Duncan face a long list of charges, including possession of property obtained by crime, and possession of a controlled substance. Duncan made her first court appearance today, while Young will appear in court on December 3rd.

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