Innisfail and Sundre RCMP charge two for break and enter from town’s sea-can

INNISFAIL – RCMP charged Sophia Crumley and Russell Keaast-Crumley in connection to a theft from a sea-can in Innisfail.

On Feb. the 5 and 7, a Sea-Can located on 45 Beaverrun Trail, near the town of Sundre was broken into. Stolen were multiple generators, assorted power tools and gas powered tools. A suspect and her vehicle were identified via on site surveillance footage.

Innisfail General Investigation Section identified the suspect vehicle and suspect, and began an investigation in the Innisfail area. On February 10, a search warrant was obtained and executed by the Innisfail Detachment. Two suspects were arrested at a dwelling on Main Street. Evidence linking the suspect to the break and enter was seized from the home along with stolen property, 2 homemade firearms, ammunition, and methamphetamine.    

The Innisfail RCMP have charged Sophia Crumley and Russell Keaast-Crumley with Possession of Property Obtained by Crime, Possession of Methamphetamine, Unsafe Storage of Firearm, Possession of an unauthorized firearm and several other property related charges. They are scheduled to appear in Red Deer Provincial Court on Feb. 11, 2021.

Sundre RCMP have also charged Sophia Crumley with Break and Enter, Mischief and Theft in relation to events near Sundre.

The Innisfail RCMP are still looking for the owner of a red Honda EM5000SX Generator, a Honda 2000 generator, and a yellow Fireman 1200 Generator, all of which were recovered during the serach warrant.  Please contact the Innisfail RCMP General Investigation Section if you have any information pertaining to the property described, at 403-227-8514.