Electronic devices linked to Airdrie school break-in recovered in Sylvan Lake

Dozens of Apple electronic devices allegedly related to a crime in Airdrie were recovered.

Dozens of Apple electronic devices including iPads and Macbook laptops were recovered from a residence in Sylvan Lake April 25.

Dozens of Apple electronic devices including iPads and Macbook laptops were recovered from a residence in Sylvan Lake April 25.

Dozens of Apple electronic devices allegedly related to a crime in Airdrie have been recovered in Sylvan Lake.

A search warrant executed on a Sylvan Lake residence on April 25 turned up 27 iPad Minis and three Macbook Air laptops. Further investigation led to the recovery of five more Macbook laptops and eight more iPads.

Airdrie RCMP say the electronics are “in relation to” a March 20 break-in at CW Perry School in that city.

Michael James Mieske, 19, of Sylvan Lake, has been charged with trafficking a controlled substance (MDMA), possession of a controlled substance (cocaine), possession of a prohibited weapon, possession of stolen property over $5,000 and possession of stolen property under $5,000.

Mieske is scheduled to appear in court in Red Deer May 14.

Anthony Chad Carter, 18, also of Sylvan Lake, was arrested in relation to the break-in in Airdrie, and will make a court appearance in that city on May 21. He’ll then appear in court in Red Deer June 5.

The April 25 search was carried out by the Airdrie RCMP General Investigation Section with help from RCMP in Airdrie and Sylvan Lake.