Three men were arrested in Maple Ridge over the past week for a variety of crimes ranging from possession of stolen property to theft.
Ridge Meadows RCMP recently arrested the three men who they say are well-known prolific offenders in town.
Kevin Curtis Lawrence, 47, Richard Nelson, 33, and Brandon Russell Cumming-Hobson, 21, were all arrested between Sept. 10 and 16 for various criminal activities, said RCMP Cpl. Alanna Dunlop.
“These arrests are quite significant,” Dunlop said.
“One of the crime reduction strategies employed at Ridge Meadows RCMP is targeting prolific offenders. All three of these men are suspected of committing property crime in our community,” she added.
Charges against the trio range from possession of stolen property, fraudulent use of a credit card, theft, and failing to abide by court-ordered conditions of a release.
These matters are now before the court, Dunlop added.
Lawrence has been released on bail conditions, while both Nelson and Cumming-Hobson remain in custody.
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