FORT ST. JOHN, BC: One man is facing numerous charges following a Search Warrant in Taylor on Thursday (Sept 3) morning…
Police say at about 7:30 AM, officers received a report of a residential Break and Enter on 99th Street in Taylor, BC.
Frontline police officers and the Peace Region Forensic Identification Services unit attended to investigate. Through various investigational techniques, officers were led to and executed a search warrant on an apartment on 102nd Street in Taylor.
Officers along with the Fort St. John Crime Reduction Unit recovered some of the items from the Break and Enter along with 23 non-restricted rifles and a stolen vehicle.
Criminal charges have been approved against 53 year-old Michael FRASER for Break and Enter, Possession of Property Obtained by Crime in relation to a stolen vehicle and stolen copper wire, and 23 counts of Unauthorized Possession of a Firearm.
“Officers conducted a thorough investigation, evaluating all the evidence, which led to the search warrant being written and items being recovered”, said Corporal Phil Charron. “Recovering these firearms goes a long way stemming potential future violent crimes and protecting public safety in our community.”
FRASER remains in custody with his next court appearance scheduled for Tuesday, September 8, 2020.
Police are asking anyone who may have any additional information in this matter to contact the Fort St. John RCMP at 250-787-8100.
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