A Fort Saskatchewan woman is facing several charges.
At around 1:45 p.m. on Monday (May 2), Fort Saskatchewan RCMP received a complaint about a suspicious woman at a business on 104 Street and 98 Avenue. This was the second complaint in as many days made to police about the woman.
Officers found her near the business and detained her while they began investigating.
They learned she had break-in tools, headlamps and flashlights with her, which she used to break into the fenced yard of the business by cutting the locks and taking several items from the property.
Denise Michel, 37, of Fort Saskatchewan, has been charged with theft under $5,000, breaking and entering a business, possession of break-in tools and failing to comply with a release order. She was also arrested on 10 outstanding warrants from Edmonton and Morinville.
Michel was released on conditions after a hearing.