Saturday, December 3, 2022

Updated: Four people facing more than 120 charges after property crime investigation

Update: Lethbridge police say Jeremy Toth has been arrested in connection to the property crimes investigation.

Four people are facing more than 120 combined charges in connection an ongoing property crime investigation in Lethbridge that resulted in the seizure of fentanyl, stolen vehicles and stolen guns.

Police executed a search warrant at a home in the 4500 block of 28 Ave. N after a three hour standoff on Nov. 15. Police say the critical incidents team was deployed and a 36 year old man eventually surrendered — five additional people were arrested and police searched the home, as well as a north side garage facility.

Property determined to be stolen during a break and enter in Magrath and other break ins was recovered. Police also found 19 grams of fentanyl and recovered two stolen vehicles.

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A warrant has been issued for the arrest of Jeremy Mackenzie Toth, 36, of Lethbridge, who faces charges including Break and enter to steal firearms, Failing to comply with a release order and seven counts of firearm related charges.

Police ask anyone with information on where Toth may be to contact them or Crime Stoppers.

Donovan James Holmberg, 36, of Lethbridge, faces charges including break and enter to steal firearms possession of stolen property over $5,000 and seven counts of firearm related charges. Holmberg was remanded in custody and made his first court appearance Nov. 18.

Camron Leo Rasmussen, 27, of Coleman, faces charges including break and enter to steal firearms, possession of stolen property and seven counts of firearm related charges. Rasmussen was remanded in custody and made his first court appearance Nov. 18.

Taylor Shae Knapp-Johnson, 23, of Lethbridge faces one count of possession of a controlled substance. She has been released from custody and is scheduled to appear in court Jan. 5.

Three of the five subjects arrested outside the home were released without charges and police say the investigation is ongoing.

 

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