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Two charged in Grande Prairie after stealing two trucks and assaulting police officer

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GRANDE PRAIRIE, A.B. – Two Grande Prairie residents are facing a number of charges after allegedly stealing two vehicles and assaulting a police officer.

On Tuesday, December 6th at approximately 11:00 a.m., members of the Grande Prairie RCMP located a stolen Ford F-350 at a home in the Swan City. One man was found in possession of the vehicle and arrested at the scene. A woman was later identified and was arrested the following day.

The arrests stem from an incident earlier Tuesday morning when an RCMP officer was pepper-sprayed while stopping a suspected stolen vehicle.

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25 year-old Grande Prairie resident Bradlee Roy Post has been charged with two counts each of: Possession of property obtained by crime over $5000, Break and enter, Resisting arrest, and Failing to comply with conditions of recognizance. He faces one count each of: Assaulting a police officer with a weapon, Possession of break in instruments, Driving while disqualified, and Failing to comply with a probation order.

Additional charges against Post are also currently pending. He remains in police custody and will appear in court in Grande Prairie on December 12th.

30 year-old Ashley Dawn Quintal, also of Grande Prairie, has been charged with two counts each of: Possession of property obtained by crime over $5000 and Break and enter, along with one count of Resisting arrest and Obstructing a police officer.

Quintal was released on her own recognizance with numerous conditions and will appear in court in Grande Prairie on December 21st.

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