Adult, teen plead guilty to charges related to Amber Alert case in Saskatchewan
Two people have pleaded guilty to charges related to a case that caused an Amber Alert in January.
The incident involved the abduction of a pregnant teenager in the Maple Creek area. Less than 24 hours after the teen was reported missing she was brought safely to police in Swift Current.
On Thursday in court in Maple Creek, an adult entered a guilty plea to a charge of obstructing a peace officer. Also on Thursday a youth entered a guilty plea to break and enter and abduction.
Their cases were then adjourned until August.
On Monday another teenager pleaded guilty to charges of break and enter and abduction, as well as mischief, for his role in the same incident. That youth will be back in court, for sentencing, in July.
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