St. Albert pair facing multiple charges after grenade, guns and drugs seized from home

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St. Albert pair facing multiple charges after grenade, guns and drugs seized from home
Amy Actimichuk, 38, and Dustin Orvis, 35, both residents of St. Albert, were arrested and charged for possession of drugs, firearms and property obtained by crime. Both were remanded in custody and will appear in St. Albert provincial court on Nov. 28, 2022.
Amy Actimichuk, 38, and Dustin Orvis, 35, both residents of St. Albert, were arrested and charged for possession of drugs, firearms and property obtained by crime. Both were remanded in custody and will appear in St. Albert provincial court on Nov. 28, 2022. Photo by supplied

A St. Albert duo is facing multiple charges after a months-long investigation resulted in the seizure of drugs, guns and a grenade.

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The charges come after RCMP began monitoring a woman who was on 24-hour house arrest for property and drug-related charges after police learned she was reportedly in possession of a gun, which she was under a court order not to possess.

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On Nov. 18, a search warrant was executed at the woman’s home. Police seized a loaded 9-mm handgun, a .22-calibre rifle, ammunition and magazines, 151 grams of methamphetamine, 52 grams of fentanyl, a grenade, body armour, hundreds of fraudulent or stolen IDs, cheques, credit cards and passports, seal embosser stamps, an embossing machine, a card printing machine, and a debit/credit card machine.

Amy Actimichuk, 38, and Dustin Orvis, 35, both residents of St. Albert, were arrested and charged for possession of drugs, firearms and property obtained by crime. Both were remanded in custody and will appear in St. Albert provincial court on Nov. 28, 2022. supplied
Amy Actimichuk, 38, and Dustin Orvis, 35, both residents of St. Albert, were arrested and charged for possession of drugs, firearms and property obtained by crime. Both were remanded in custody and will appear in St. Albert provincial court on Nov. 28, 2022. supplied jpg

As a result, Amy Actimichuk, 38, of St. Albert is facing multiple charges including altering/defacing a firearm, possession of a prohibited/restricted firearm without a licence to possess, two counts of unlawful possession of a controlled substance, and possession of body armour without a valid permit.

Thirty-five-year-old Dustin Orvis, of St. Albert, is also facing multiple charges including two counts of altering/defacing a firearm, two counts of possession of a prohibited/restricted firearm without a licence to possess, possession of a firearm for a purpose dangerous to the public, possession of a loaded prohibited/restricted firearm, and possession of property obtained by crime.

Actimichuk and Orvis were remanded in custody and will appear in St. Albert provincial court on Nov. 28.