RCMP have found the dangerous man they were searching for after charging multiple people and seizing guns, swords and drugs following a search warrant in Lloydminster, Alta., last month.
In a Monday, March 2 news release, RCMP said on Feb. 13, officers seized five long rifles, a restricted pistol with ammunition, debit and fuel cards, knives, swords, stolen business cheques, 12 grams of suspected fentanyl and 25 grams of what is believed to be cocaine from a house in the 5600 block of 53 Avenue.
Police said the delay in releasing the information was because it sometimes takes a while to finalize charges or find the people involved.
Lloydminster residents Korey Douglas Long, 34, Kimberly Dawn Mason, 26, Shane Edward Riley, 34, and Reena McCallum, 38, were charged with possession of a controlled substance and possession of a weapon for a dangerous purpose, according to police.
RCMP said Long was additionally charged with:
- possession of a controlled substance
- possession of property obtained by crime
- failing to comply
- possession of a weapon for a dangerous purpose
- fraud under $5,000
Police said Long was arrested and was held for Lloydminster Provincial Court on Tuesday, March 3.
McCallum and Mason were released and are scheduled to appear in court on April 14.
Police said Tuesday, March 10 they found and arrested Riley the previous week. He is in Saskatchewan police custody and does not have an Alberta court date yet.