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Lloydminster man charged by Three Hills RCMP

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The Calgary Police Force and Three Hills RCMP worked together to arrest a man and recover a stolen vehicle.
In the early afternoon of September 12, a Dodge Ram pick-up truck was reported stolen in Camrose.
On Monday, September 13 in the early evening, Calgary Police Service (CPS) HAWCS helicopter located the stolen vehicle in Calgary city limits. The vehicle was followed into Rocky View County, at which point RCMP were notified of the incident.
Upon seeing an RCMP vehicle, the driver of the stolen vehicle took off at a high rate of speed. HAWCS continued to monitor the stolen vehicle for approximately two hours as it travelled through the rural area. The vehicle entered a property in Red Deer County near Elnora.
The suspect abandoned the vehicle and fled into a nearby field when confronted by the homeowner.
Containment in the area was set up by neighbouring RCMP detachments. Three Hills RCMP and RCMP Police Dog Services searched the area for the suspect, however, the male was not located.
At approximately 10 a.m. on Tuesday, September 14, the suspect was located in the town of Elnora and was arrested without incident. He was found to also have outstanding warrants for several property-related offences.
Dean Deschover, 29, from Lloydminster, has been charged with possession of stolen property over $5,000, flight from a peace officer, dangerous operation of a motor vehicle, possession of a controlled substance, mischief under $5,000, two counts of failing to comply with a release order, driving with no insurance, and operating a motor vehicle without an operator’s licence.
After a judicial hearing, Deschover did not speak to bail and will be appearing in provincial court in Lloydminster on Tuesday, September 21.


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