Charged in break in and flight from police

A Sylvan Lake resident is one of two people charged by Red Deer City RCMP in relation to a break in at a Red Deer condominium on Nov. 21.

A Sylvan Lake resident is one of two people charged by Red Deer City RCMP in relation to a break in at a Red Deer condominium on Nov. 21.

About 10 p.m. that evening RCMP responded to the 200 block of Duston Street and arrested one person at the scene. Two males fled, one of them in a Dodge truck hauling a trailer. He abandoned the vehicle and fled on foot, only to be located by a Police Service Dog.

RCMP confirmed the Dodge truck was stolen from Sylvan Lake and the trailer had been stolen from Ponoka.

Darrell Mark Myshak, 38, of Sylvan Lake, has been charged with offenses including break and enter, possession of break in tools, flight from a peace officer, dangerous operation of a motor vehicle and possession of stolen property.

Kyle Meckler, 28, of no fixed address, has been charged with similar offenses.

Red Deer RCMP have contacted police in surrounding jurisdictions as it’s believed these individuals have committed other crimes.

If you have information that will assist in the investigation, call Red Deer City RCMP at 403-343-5575 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.

 

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