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Calgary RCMP Major Crimes Unit arrests man for McColl homicide

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Calgary, Alberta –  Members of the RCMP’s Major Crimes Unit (MCU) based in Calgary have arrested and charged a 49-year-old man in the murder of Adrienne McColl whose body was found in a rancher’s field near Nanton on February 17, 2002.

Stephane Joseph Raymond Robert Parent (age 49) was arrested without incident outside his residence in Gatineau, Quebec this past weekend by MCU investigators. He has been charged with Second Degree Murder and will be returned to Alberta today, February 19, 2018 to have his first court appearance set in Calgary.

The investigation involved members from several specialized units of the RCMP as well as between its investigators in O Division (Ontario) and K Division (Alberta).  The arrest of Stephane Parent comes 16 years after Adrienne McColl disappeared on or around Valentines Day 2002 and whose remains were discovered in a field by a rancher tending his cattle near Nanton, Alberta three days later.

Both Adrienne McColl and Stephane Parent were residents of Calgary in 2002.  Stephane Parent purchased a one-way ticket to Ottawa, Ontario shortly after Adrienne’s murder and he has resided in the Ontario and Quebec regions ever since.  It was outside his home in Gatineau, Quebec that investigators located and arrested him on February 17, 2018.  Stephane Parent will be returned to Alberta in police custody on February 19, 2018 to have his first court appearance set in Calgary.

The RCMP would like to thank the media for its assistance in this investigation and for it’s coverage of last week.

The thoughts of the members of the RCMP investigators who have been involved in this investigation over the years are with the family of Adrienne McColl as they seek to cope with her tragic loss.

Given that this matter is now before the courts, the RCMP will not be providing any additional information or details about this investigation as the appropriate place to do so is during the upcoming court proceedings.

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RCMP arrest four in major drug investigation

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Red Deer RCMP seize drugs, guns and cash in major multi-agency bust

Red Deer RCMP, along with other police agencies, arrested four people and laid 17 charges following a multi-agency investigation, which led to a series of drug seizures in Red Deer, Calgary, Rocky Mountain House and Carstairs. 

Red Deer RCMP began their investigation into drug trafficking activity in Red Deer in March, 2019, and that investigation quickly led to ties with drug trafficking activity in surrounding communities. The Red Deer RCMP General Investigation Section unit collaborated with Calgary Police Service, Rocky Mountain RCMP and Didsbury RCMP to execute a series of coordinated search warrants on June 7, 2019. 

As a result of those search warrants, the following were seized by police:

In Red Deer:

·         306 g cocaine

·         10 fentanyl pills

·         $17,270 Canadian currency 

In Calgary: 

·         825 fentanyl pills

·         75 Oxy pills (counterfeit)

·         1.465 kg cannabis

·         609 g cocaine

·         19 g fentanyl powder

·         521 g of methamphetamine

·         254 grams of MDMA

·         1.78 kg of suspected phenacetin (Super Buff)

·         Rifle

·         Shotgun

·         $48,800 Canadian currency

In Rocky Mountain House:

·         $4,070 Canadian currency 

In Carstairs: 

·         $4,100 Canadian currency

·         104 g cannabis

·         26 g fentanyl

·         32 g methamphetamine

·         16 g crack

·         16 g heroin

·         Rifle

·         Shotgun

“This is a significant drugs seizure for Red Deer and Central Alberta,” said Superintendent Gerald Grobmeier, Officer in Charge of the Red Deer RCMP. “This seizure was the direct result of a coordinated effort across partner agencies, which demonstrates the effectiveness of shared intelligence between police agencies. We’re all working toward the same goals of crime reduction, and we see many of the same repeat offenders crossing jurisdictions, so it’s imperative that we work smarter than the criminals.”

As a result of the coordinated efforts of this investigation, four individuals were arrested and 17 charges were laid:

Robert Leslie Amency (45) of Calgary has been charged with:

·         Possession of a controlled substance for the purpose of trafficking (x5)

·         Possession of cannabis for the purpose of selling

·         Possession of stolen property over $5000

·         Unauthorized possession of a prohibited weapon (2)

Robert Amency remains in custody after a judicial hearing and will appear in Red Deer Provincial Court on July 4, 2019. 

Michelle Florence Geeregat (32) of Sylvan Lake has been charged with:

·         Possession of a controlled substance for the purpose of trafficking 

·         Possession of stolen property under $5,000

Michelle Geeregat was released from custody after a judicial hearing and will appear in Red Deer Provincial Court on June 27, 2019. 

Andy Lau (21) of Calgary has been charged with:

·         Possession of a controlled substance

·         Possession of a controlled substance for the purpose of trafficking

·         Possession of stolen property over $5000

·         Trafficking of a controlled substance

Andy Lau was released from custody after a judicial hearing and will appear in Red Deer Provincial Court on June 27, 2019. 

David Arthur Callan (61) of Rocky Mountain House is facing two charges, including:

·         Trafficking of a controlled substance

·         Possession of stolen property under $5,000

David Callan was released from custody after a judicial hearing and appeared in Rocky Mountain House Provincial Court on June 19, 2019.

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ASIRT and RCMP investigate arrest of a man at EIA and subsequent incident and restraint.

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June 20, 2019

Edmonton – On June 18 at approximately 7 p.m., the Edmonton International Airport Detachment responded to a call for service in relation to a male in distress in the airport parkade.

During the course of the investigation, it was revealed that the 41-year-old male from Edmonton was wanted on an outstanding arrest warrant. He was taken into RCMP custody and transported to the airport detachment. While in custody, the male became extremely agitated and the responding members were required to restrain him and take him through the airport to a police vehicle for transport to an Edmonton hospital.

During transport, an incident arose that required RCMP to stop roadside to subdue the male, resulting in a Conducted Energy Weapon being deployed. Edmonton Police Service responded to assist, along with EMS. Once the situation was under control, members were able to continue transport the hospital.

The investigation into this incident continues by both the RCMP and Alberta Serious Incident Response Team. No further information will be made available by RCMP.

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