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Fort Macleod RCMP target repeat offenders during week long investigation

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A total of seven people are facing a list of charges stemming from a joint operation by Fort Macleod RCMP and the Southern Alberta District Crime Reduction Unit (SADCRU).

The operation, which was conducted throughout last week, resulted in the seizure of a stolen vehicle, license plate, iPhone and two IDs, as well as two grams of methamphetamine and one mililitre of heroin.

David Archibald Hearn, 46, Joshua Theodore Hibbs, 18, Shaun William Vanee, 21, Kenneth Lorne Grier, 57, and Bobbie Jo Parks, 36, all of Fort Macleod, and Kyle Dean Jordan, 26 of Lethbridge, and Victor North Peigan, 32 of Brocket, are all facing various stolen property, drug and failure to comply with recognizance charges.

They are scheduled to appear in court in August and September.

The RCMP says its crime reduction strategy uses intelligence-led investigative tactics to target repeat offenders.

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