A man that had a warrant out by the Morinville RCMP has been arrested.
In a release, Alberta RCMP says that on Monday (Jan. 30) The Western and Central Alberta District Crime Reduction Units teamed up to search for 49-year-old Neil Gow, a resident of Evansburg.
As a result of the partnership, RCMP reported that they had located Gow driving a stolen vehicle and, with the help of Edmonton Police, executed a search warrant at an Edmonton residence.
Gow was then arrested and charged with the following:
- Possession of stolen property over $5,000
- Possession of stolen property under $5,000
- Driving while prohibited (x2)
- Possession of a weapon contrary to order (x4)
Additional charges have been laid on Gow from a November 30 warrant by Morinville RCMP that include:
- Pointing a firearm
- Unauthorized possession of a weapon
- Disobey a court order
- Possession of w a weapon contrary to an order
- Disobey a court order (x4)
There is also a third set of charges stemming from a warrant from Evansburg RCMP.
Gow now has three separate court appearances. He will be in an Edmonton courtroom on Friday (Feb. 3) followed by a Morinville courtroom next week.
He has been remanded until then.