Thursday , 22 October 2020
Stolen items retrieved by police. (RCMP)

Lloyd man faces 44 charges including vehicle theft, weapons, impaired care

A Lloydminster man is facing 44 charges after being found in a stolen vehicle with loaded guns in Frog Lake.

Elk Point RCMP responded to reports of a suspicious vehicle parked on Highway 897 in Frog Lake on Monday.

When officers approached the truck, which was reported stolen from Marwayne, they found a man inside with several long guns and a loaded handgun within reach as well as 3 homemade swords, which were also reported stolen.

As police went to arrest the man, they said he attempted to reach for one of the guns before being pulled out of the truck.

Lonnie Ross Mcadam is facing 44 charges including impaired care and control and possession of a weapon for dangerous purposes.

The 28-year-old was remanded into custody to appear in St Paul Provincial Court on September 10th.

Mcadam’s full list of charges:

  • Possession of firearms obtained by crime (x3)
  • Possession of restricted firearms without a licence
  • Unauthorized possession of firearm in a motor vehicle (x4)
  • Unauthorized possession of firearm (x4)
  • Unsafe storage of firearm (x4)
  • Possession of weapon for dangerous purposes (x8)
  • Fail to comply with Probation Order (x2)
  • Fail to comply with a Release Order
  • Fail to comply with an Undertaking
  • Possession of property obtained by crime over $5000
  • Possession of property obtained by crime under $5000 (x5)
  • Impaired care and control over 80 mg%
  •  Impaired care and control
  • Operation of motor vehicle while prohibited
  • Possession of firearms/ammunition contrary to an order (x7)

About Tre Lopushinsky

Tre is the lead reporter/editor at Lloyd Connect. He is a NAIT Radio and Television alumni. Tre has experience in radio, audio production, video editing and news reporting. During his time at NAIT he worked as a sports editor for the college paper and was a commentator for NAIT Ooks Basketball and volleyball teams. Some residents may know him as being the "giant employee" in the community for the past two years. Tre, for some reason, hasn’t veered away from his childhood as he has a passion for collecting figures (not dolls!).

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