A Regina female is facing a string of charges after an investigation into a stolen vehicle.
On Tuesday, July 20, 2021, members of the Regina Police Service Stolen Auto Unit located a stolen vehicle travelling in North Regina. Officers deployed a spike belt and the vehicle continued to drive a short distance before it was abandoned near McCarthy Boulevard and Whelan Drive. Police set up a perimeter and members of the Regina Police Service Canine Unit established a canine track. As a result of the track, the female driver of the vehicle was located hiding in a yard on Benjamin Crescent. She was taken into police custody without incident and in a search incident to arrest, officers located a quantity of drugs on her person, as well as several pieces of identification that did not belong to her. As a result:
Twenty-seven year-old Tayler Joy WILLIAMSON, of Regina, has been charged with:
- Possession of Property Obtained By Crime Over $5000 [CC 355 (A)];
- Possession of Property Obtained By Crime Under $5000 [CC 355 (B)];
- Possession of Automobile Master Key [CC 353 (1)(B)];
- Possession of a Weapon [CC 88];
- 2 X Possession of a Scheduled Substance [CDSA 4 (1)];
- 5 X Possession of an Identity Document [CC 56.1 (1)];
- Fail To Comply With Probation Order [CC 733.1 (1)].
WILLAMSON made her first appearance on the charges in Provincial Court this afternoon (July 21, 2021) at 2:00 p.m.