20 charges in home invasion crime

By Lloydminster Source staff

January 28, 2016 10:11 AM

Police nabbed and laid nearly two dozen charges against four people after responding to an armed home invasion early Sunday.
Lloydminster RCMP responded to a 911 call in the 4800 block of 45 Street.
Police learned that the suspects fled the area after taking items from the home.
Cops found the vehicle at a residence near 45 Avenue and 49 Street where four individuals were busted.
Police recovered the items that were stolen, as well as balaclavas and two machetes. 
The relationship between the parties is being looked into and the investigation is ongoing.
Richard Dumont, 25, from Lloydminster, Pierson Lewis, 30, from Meadow Lake, Anthony Mitsuing, 22, Makwa, and Kimberly Thunderchild, 22, of Lloydminster, are facing a combination of the following 20 charges; break and enter, disguised with intent, possession of a weapon, possession of property obtained by crime, failure to comply with a court order, impaired driving, and driving while disqualified.

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