Two Kamsack residents are in custody waiting future court appearances after having been charged with property crime offences in Indian Head.
In the morning of August 17, the Indian Head RCMP located and arrested a male and female in the town of Indian Head, said a release from the Indian Head RCMP. The male and female were subject of a Saskatchewan Crime Watch Network advisory that was sent out by the Indian Head RCMP Detachment and were being investigated for property crime offences that occurred in the rural area near Indian Head.
Jenna Miller, 26, and Dustin Bowers, 27, of Kamsack have been charged with numerous property crime offences including possession of stolen property, theft under $5,000 and fraudulent use of a credit card, the release said.
Bowers has been charged with six additional firearms and weapons offences, including: unlawfully possessing a firearm; carrying a concealed weapon, and carrying a weapon dangerous to the public peace.
Police recovered a modified .22 calibre rifle that was classified as a prohibited firearm, the release said.
Both appeared in court in Indian Head on August 18 and are being held in custody for future court appearances.