Alberta man facing several charges after being arrested near Moose Jaw

On February 22, at around 4:00 PM, a Saskatchewan Highway Patrol officer along with RCMP pulled over a vehicle on Highway 1, west of Caronport. Police had stopped a blue Dodge Ram for having no mud flaps and a tinted license plate cover.

When police asked the male driver for his driver’s license, he gave them one that wasn’t real, and the Alberta license plate didn’t match the registration.

The driver drove away from police while they were performing the initial investigation. Police followed the truck and the man parked the truck and entered a home in Mortlach.

The man was eventually arrested by RCMP without incident.

Police later determined that the truck was stolen from Edmonton. A search of the home in Mortlach resulted in the seizure of multiple stolen pieces of ID, including driver’s licenses, SIN cards, vehicle registrations primarily from Alberta, and some electronics.

38-year-old Trevor Stross, from Edmonton, is facing several charges including possession of methamphetamine, possession of a prohibited weapon, and possession of property obtained by crime.

Stross appeared in Moose Jaw Provincial Court this morning. His next scheduled court date is set for March 4th.

RCMP are looking identify and notify possible victims. Police are asking anyone who has had their identification stolen to report it to police.

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