Friday, July 19, 2013

Charges laid in Rocky Mountain House Missing Person Investigation

Update July 30, 2013:
Charges laid in Missing Person Investigation

Rocky Mountain House RCMP have charged 36 year old Kevin Roy GLADUE of the O'Chiese First Nation with several Criminal Code charges in connection with the July 14th disappearance of Stephanie Dawn BEAVERBONES. GLADUE is currently charged with Aggravated Assault, Sexual Assault and Obstructing a Peace Officer and is set to appear by Closed Circuit Television in Rocky Mountain House Provincial Court July 31, 2013.

Rocky Mountain House RCMP began the search for 25 year old Stephanie BEAVERBONES on July 18, 2013 with assistance from the local citizens of the O'Chiese First Nation, RCMP Police Dog, Helicopter, Search and Rescue and RCMP units across the province. She was last seen July 14th on the north end of the O'Chiese First Nation reserve. She emerged from the bushes 12 days after escaping her attacker and vanishing. She survived on her own despite being badly injured and is now recovering amongst family and family.
Updated July 26, 2013: Rocky Mountain House RCMP have located 25 year old Stephanie BEAVERBONES who was reported missing 12 days ago from the Rocky Mountain House area. She is alive and recovering in hospital. The investigation continues surrounding her disappearance. The RCMP thanks all members of the public and support services who attributed to her safe return.

Original story July 16, 2013: The Rocky Mountain House RCMP is seeking the public's assistance in locating a missing female who was last seen in the Rocky Mountain House area / O'Chiese Reserve on July 13th.  Stephanie Beaverbones is 25 years old, 170 cm (5"7") tall and weighs 52 kg (115 lbs).  She has long hair dyed blond (natural hair color is black) and brown eyes.  She has a piercing in her left eyebrow.  When last seen she may have been wearing a Nike track suit.  Stephanie may also be using the surname of Foureyes.

Anyone with information on the whereabouts of Stephanie is asked to call the Rocky Mountain House RCMP detachment at 403-845-2881.  Anyone wishing to remain anonymous can contact Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477).

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