Charges stayed in menagerie stolen goods case
Charges have been stayed in one of the largest -- and arguably most bizarre -- stolen goods cases in Edmonton history. Police seized thousands of what they believed were stolen items from a home in northwest Edmonton in August 2013. Among the items they found were 60 GPS units, five pallets of liquor, 13-thousand dollars worth of home improvement store gift certificates, a crocodile head, and two bathtubs. Police laid more than 200 charges against Jason Raymond Schell. ...