Calgary police have arrested a person and a lady they imagine had been chargeable for a number of focused armed robberies on the Anderson CTrain station.
Police stated round 7:45 p.m. on Feb. 3, a witness reported an unknown man allegedly pointed a shotgun at a citizen and robbed them on the Anderson CTrain platform. Officers circulated the world however had been unable to find any suspects.
One other incident was reported at 05:15 on March 3 when police imagine a lady was assaulted on the similar prepare platform by one other girl who sprayed the sufferer with bear spray.
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Later the identical day, the police say a person and a lady had been assaulted by the identical suspects as the sooner incidents. Round 6:00 p.m., police imagine the suspects attacked victims with nunchucks and bear spray.
Police had been capable of determine the 2 suspects after reviewing CCTV footage and talking to a number of witnesses.
On March 15, police arrested the suspects at a house close to Anderson Station. Police additionally discovered a firearm, ammunition, nunchucks, a bow and a home made baton, which they confiscated.
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Rayleen Annie Dixon (29) faces assault and weapons-related costs.
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Kevin Terrance Black Rabbit (33) faces weapons and firearms costs, in addition to seven costs of failing to adjust to the situations of a launch order.
Dixon is due in court docket on April 19, and Black Rabbit will seem in court docket on March 30.
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Police imagine the suspects and victims knew one another and the LRT station robberies had been focused.
“An amazing quantity of laborious work goes into making certain the protection of all Calgarians, together with working with transit peace officers, to guard our public transit system and its ridership,” CPS Employees Sgt. Mark Auger stated in an announcement.
“In all of those circumstances, high quality CCTV footage and quite a few witnesses offered key info for officers to progress this investigation and in the end catch these chargeable for these violent incidents.”
Anybody with details about the incident is requested to name the CPS non-emergency line at 403-266-1234. Nameless suggestions might be offered to Crime Stoppers.
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