Cops pop prolific offender

By Lloydminster Source staff

August 31, 2016 2:36 PM

More than two dozen charges laid

Mounties say they solved two dozen crimes with the arrest of just one man.
Over the course of August, Lloydminster RCMP said it saw an increase in theft, theft of motor vehicles and break and enters to businesses. 
Numerous investigations are taking place and have recently lead to an arrest, solving 24 of these investigations.
Bradley Ham, 50, of Lloydminster, has been charged a total of 27 charges including, break and enter, possession of property obtained by crime, theft, and drive while disqualified. 
Ham was allegedly in possession of three stolen vehicles and stolen license plates.
Police say it’s suspected Ham—who’s part of the prolific offender program and was recently released from custody—also swiped fuel on several different occasions.
Ham has appeared in both provincial courts and has been remanded until a future court date.
No word yet on the date.

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