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St. Albert RCMP charge two men after theft from Servus Place locker

A Bon Accord resident, as well as an Edmonton man, are facing mischief and possession of property obtained by crime charges.

Mounties have laid charges against two men after a reported theft from a locker in the Servus Place Recreation Centre on May 24.

“On May 24, 2024 at approximately 8:40 p.m., St. Albert RCMP received a call regarding two males and a female trying car door handles at Servus Place,” reads an RCMP news release. “A few moments later, RCMP received a second complaint reporting a theft of vehicle keys, air pods and a blue wallet from a locker at Servus Place.”

“Police responded to the area, located the three individuals matching the descriptions provided and placed them under arrest.”

The release says the woman was released without charges, but Dustin Waldbrook, 38, of Bon Accord, was charged with mischief and possession of property obtained by crime; and Steven Bolle, 41, of Edmonton, was also charged with mischief, two counts of possession of property obtained by crime, possession of break-in tools, and failure to comply with release conditions.

Waldbrook was released from custody with an order to appear in the Alberta Court of Justice in St. Albert on June 17. Bolle was remanded into custody, and is scheduled to appear in the Alberta Court of Justice in St. Albert on June 3.

Jack Farrell

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Jack Farrell joined the St. Albert Gazette in May, 2022.
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