A Fort Saskatchewan woman is among those charged in a significant break and enter.
On Sunday (June 17), a home in Bonnyville County was stripped of belongings and a high-end sports car.
The next day, vehicles used in the break and enter were spotted at a St. Paul house by RCMP members.  Two men were arrested immediately. Further intelligence led RCMP to locating the stolen sports car in Foisy.
Tuesday, a search warrant was completed at the house where police found drugs and weapons. A woman with outstanding warrants was arrested.  The investigation continued and a third man from Bonnyville was arrested for his part in the break and enter.
Another property was searched in Goodridge which led to the recovery of a stolen quad from St. Paul and the arrest of a second female on outstanding warrants.
Chad Cardinal, 34, from Saddle Lake is facing five charges including theft of a vehicle over $5,000, possession of a dangerous weapon, and breaking and entering.
Sixty-three year-old James Carlen of St. Paul County is facing two charges, theft of a vehicle over $5,000, and breaking and entering.
A 47-year-old man from St.Paul and the 33-year-old woman from Fort Saskatchewan are also facing charges. It's not clear where the Fort Saskatchewan woman was arrested. Her name was not released.

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