Intrusion at Gary Moe Chrysler in Lacombe leads to Red Deer man’s arrest

Nine criminal code charges laid against 28-yr old man

  • Feb. 23, 2017 11:00 a.m.

On Feb. 20th  at approximately 7:20 am Lacombe Police dispatch received a call from the Alarm monitoring company for Gary Moe Chrysler in Lacombe advising that an intrusion alarm had been activated at the business.

Police arrived on scene at approximately 7:24 am and observed a broken window to the business and fresh footprints in the snow which through investigation lead to a male who was walking near the business.

The male was wanted on two (2) outstanding warrants and as a result was taken into custody.

Further investigation resulted in Bryan PENSO (28yrs) from Red Deer being charged with 9 criminal code offences;

– Break / Enter and Theft

– Possession of Stolen Property – over $5000 dollars

– Possession of Stolen Property – under $5000 dollars

– Identity Theft X2

– Fail to Comply with Court Order

– Carry and Concealed Weapon

– Disguise with Intent

– Mischief Under $5000 dollars

PENSO was remanded in custody with his next court appearance scheduled for March 1st, in Red Deer Provincial Court.

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