RCMP Arrest Men Following Traffic Stop in Saint Quentin, N.B.
Police say two men from western New Brunswick, wanted on outstanding warrants, were among three men arrested after a traffic stop in Saint-Quentin.
RCMP pulled over a vehicle on Canada Street at around 10:30 Monday night, according to Sgt. Rhéo Michaud of the Saint-Quentin Detachment.
Inside the vehicle was 23-year-old Daniel Kevin Beaupré, originally from Saint-Léonard but more recently of Moncton. He was wanted on an outstanding warrant of arrest in relation to several offences in the Moncton area, Michaud said.
Beaupré appeared in Moncton Provincial Court on Tuesday, where he was remanded in custody.
Police say 30-year-old Randy Crouse of Woodstock, also in the vehicle, was wanted on several warrants of arrest originating from the Woodstock area.
Crouse appeared in Woodstock Provincial Court on Tuesday and was also remanded in custody.
A 21-year-old man from Armagh, Quebec was arrested for being an accessory after the fact. He was released and is expected to appear in Campbellton Provincial Court at a later date.
The RCMP say the investigation is continuing.