Regina home invasion leads to three people getting charged

Three people have been charged in an alleged home invasion on Tuesday.
Police were dispatched to the 1300 block of Princess Street at 1:35 in the afternoon with the report of a home invasion.
Multiple suspects entered the home, pointing what was believed to be a firearm and bear mace at a resident.
The suspects were said to have left the area in a truck. After an investigation, police found the suspect truck on the 800 block of Retallack Street with multiple people inside.
The vehicle evaded police at a high rate of speed before it was found again on Labelle Place.
The occupants of the truck were taken into police custody and confirmed the vehicle was the same truck involved in the home invasion.
The vehicle was searched, and metal pipes and knives were found, and a can of bear spray was also located near the truck.
Arrested were 27-year-old Will Desjarlais, 24-year-old Kaylem Myron Slade Grier, 22-year-old Tabitha Lee Maria Wagner, all of Regina.
All three made their first court appearances Wednesday

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