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17 charges laid against two men in stolen vehicles



Evansburg RCMP have laid 17 charges against determined that the two men and the stolen Daniel Patrick O'Donnell, age 29 of No Fixed
two men following suspicious vehicle vehicles were also responsible for the incident Address is charged as follows: Possession of
complaints in the rural area near Entwistle. on April 30th. Zane Curtis Bronson, age 30 of property obtained by crime over $5000, s.355(a)
On April 30, Evansburg RCMP responded to a No Fixed Address is charged as follows: Assault of the Criminal Code; Possession of a
complaint of suspicious vehicles and a collision with a weapon, s.267(a) of the Criminal Code; controlled substance, s.4(1) of the Controlled
on Range Road 110. A witness reported that Dangerous operation of a motor vehicle, Drugs & Substances Act; Dangerous operation
two vehicles were blocking a driveway to a 249(1)(a) of the Criminal Code; Operate motor of a motor vehicle, 249(1)(a) of the Criminal
rural property and that the vehicles were driven vehicle while disqualified, s.259(4) of the Code; Assault with a weapon, s.267(a) of the
in a dangerous manner that resulted in a Criminal Code; Possession of a controlled Criminal Code; Operate motor vehicle while
collision with a witness's vehicle. The witness substance, s.4(1) of the Controlled Drugs & disqualified, s.259(4) of the Criminal Code;
was treated for a minor injury sustained in the Substances Act; Possession of property obtained Possession of prohibited ammunition contrary
collision. Both vehicles sustained minor by crime over $5000, s.355(a) of the Criminal to court order, s.117.01(1) of the Criminal
damage. The suspect vehicles fled prior to Code; Possession of property obtained by crime Code; Wear disguise with intent to commit an
police arrival and were not located that night. under $5000, s.354(1)(a) of the Criminal Code; indictable offence, s.351(2) of the Criminal
On May 1, 2017 Evansburg RCMP were Possession of weapon for dangerous purpose, Code.
called to another report of suspicious vehicles s.88(1) of the Criminal Code. (x2); Possession O'Donnell has been remanded into custody
blocking the driveway of a rural property on of break in instruments, s.351(1) of the and will appear on May 8, 2017 at Evansburg
Township Road 534. RCMP members Criminal Code; Wear disguise with intent to Provincial Court.
responded and located two separate vehicles commit an indictable offence, s.351(2) of the Evansburg RCMP are requesting anyone with
with drivers inside. RCMP members determined Criminal Code; Fail to comply with probation information regarding this incident to contact
both vehicles, a black 2005 Ford F-250 and a order, s.733.1(1) of the Criminal Code. (x7). them at 780-727-3654 or call your local police.
black 2006 Ford F-250 were stolen. Two adult Bronson has been remanded into custody and If you want to remain anonymous, you can
males were arrested without incident. will appear on May 8, 2017 at Evansburg contact Crime Stoppers by phone at 1-800-222-
Through the course of the investigation, it was Provincial Court. 8477 (TIPS), by internet at www.tipsubmit.com,
or by SMS (check your local Crime Stoppers
Tipple Park Museum www.crimestoppers.ab.ca for instructions).



unveils new Art Gallery



by Shayna Powell, Museum bench was lovingly made by a long-
Manager time friend, Klaus Puhlmann who
volunteered to build the bench.
Tipple Park Museum was proud to It was astounding to discover how
open our new Art exhibit on April many talented amateur and
th
25 in conjunction with the professional artists are residing in
unveiling of Hazel Fausak's our county. Our gallery is graced
memorial bench. Several with works by professional artists
community members attended the that sell their work both nation and
event firstly honoring the lifework world wide. We also have several
of Hazel Fausak. Hazel was items from the Evansburg Art Club
instrumental in developing the and our local schools. There is a
Pembina Lobstick Historical silent auction of some our student's
Society. She dedicated fifty years of artwork to assist in fundraising for
her life to her community, by each of their schools. Thanks to all
assisting in documenting our the artists that allowed us to display
collective history with the their work, our gratitude knows no
assistance of Margaret Young, bounds. Please stop by for a visit,
Gladys Schroeder and Doris take in the marvellous art and rest
Winteler. The four women were on our new bench!
responsible for the book, Foley Tipple Park Museum is open
Trail which describes the growth of Wednesdays-Saturdays from 10:00-
our community from fledgling coal 5:00 p.m. We house the Evansburg
towns to what it is today. In honour Farmers' Market on Saturdays from
of this inspirational woman funds 10:00-2:00 p.m. Please contact 780-
were set aside to build a park bench 727-2240 for further information or
in Hazel Fausak's memory. The visit www.tippleparkmuseum.com
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