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Two Grande Prairie residents facing ten charges after traffic stop

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Two males have been charged with a number of property related charges after a traffic stop Saturday afternoon by Beaverlodge RCMP. The individuals were stopped at approximately 12:40 p.m. on Highway 43 for distracted driving and the vehicle being stolen.

They were arrested without incident and are facing a total of ten charges.

Grande Prairie residents Scott Darryl Parker and Braedon Douglas Zobatar are scheduled to appear in court today.

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