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RCMP, EPS recover stolen Ferraris

The Edmonton Police Service (EPS) helped recover two stolen Ferrari’s.

On September 12, officers pulled over a vehicle on Jasper Avenue for a traffic violation and ended up seizing a vehicle. At the same time, the Alberta RCMP Auto Theft North Unit was looking into two fraudulently registered Ferraris.

It was determined that the vehicle EPS had towed was one of the two Ferraris. RCMP learned that these vehicles were stolen out of Ontario months before and had been given new fake Vehicle Identification Number and re registered in Alberta.

A few days after EPS towed the vehicle, Beaumont RCMP and the Auto Theft North Unit executed a search warrant in a Leduc County home. As a result of the search, police seized the remaining Ferrari.

The combined value of the two vehicles, a 2017 Ferrari 488 and a 2023 Ferrari F8 Tributo is nearly $1-million.

Sheldon Poirier, a 31-year-old Edmonton resident, has been charged with:

  • Possession of Property Obtained by Crime (x4)
  • Illegal Possession of Government Documents
  • Possession of a Weapon Contrary to Order
  • Fail to Comply with Release Conditions
  • Fraudulent Concealment

Vicky Manders, a 35-year-old resident of Edmonton, was charged with:

  • Fraudulent Concealment (x2)
  • Uttering a Forged Document (x2)

Poirier will remain in custody, while Mander has been released. They’ll both be facing court on September 28 at the Alberta Court of Justice in Leduc.

One of the stolen Ferraris.