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A look at the criminal record of Shawn Rehn, man who shot two Alberta Mounties

January 19, 2015 - 4:53 PM

EDMONTON - A look at the adult criminal history of Shawn Maxwell Rehn, the man who gunned down two Mounties in Alberta on Saturday.

April 1, 1999: Convicted of break and enter and theft in Edmonton. Sentenced to 60 days jail and one year probation. Ordered to pay $921 in restitution.

April 9, 2001: Convicted of dangerous operation of a motor vehicle in Evansburg, Alta. Sentenced to six months in jail and three years probation.

Aug. 8, 2001: Convicted of assault in Evansburg. Fined $200.

May 14, 2001: Convicted of possession of property under $5,000 obtained by crime, theft, obstruction of a peace officer and breach of conditions in Calgary. Sentenced to 60 days in jail on the first charge; five months in jail on the second charge; 15 days in jail on the remaining two charges.

June 21, 2001: Convicted of failing to attend court in Edmonton. Sentenced to 45 days in jail.

Dec. 15, 2001: Convicted of assault with a weapon and two counts of careless use of a firearm in Edmonton. Sentenced to one day in jail after spending seven months in pretrial custody and a 10 year firearms prohibition.

March 4, 2003: Convicted of operating a motor vehicle while disqualified. Fined $400.

Aug. 4, 2004: Convicted of driving while disqualified in Edmonton. Sentenced to 60 days in jail.

April 13, 2005: Convicted of possession of property obtained by crime over $5,000 in Calgary. Sentenced to one day in jail.

March 3, 2006: Convicted of 16 counts of possession of property obtained by crime under $5,000 in Calgary. Sentenced to two years in jail.

March 27, 2006: Convicted of possession of property obtained by crime over $5,000 and driving while disqualified in Edmonton. Sentenced to five months in jail and given an 18 month driving prohibition.

Nov. 8, 2007: Convicted of theft under $5,000 in Calgary. Sentenced to one day in jail.

Aug. 14, 2009: Convicted of failing to comply with recognizance in Edmonton. Fined $200.

Oct. 26, 2010: Convicted of possession of a restricted firearm and possession of a prohibited firearm plus refusing to provide a breath sample, escaping lawful custody, possession of a controlled substance, 10 counts of possession of stolen property under $5,000, possession of a stolen credit card and breach of recognizance in Edmonton. Sentenced to three years in jail and five years in jail on the remaining charges, minus credit for time served before trial.

June 6, 2011: Convicted of break, enter and theft in Edmonton. Sentenced to two years in jail.

Aug. 19, 2011: Convicted of unauthorized possession of a prohibited or restricted weapon, possession of property obtained by crime under $5,000 and two counts of breach of recognizance in Drumheller, Alta. Sentenced to three months in jail.

Aug. 7, 2013: Convicted of assault in Drumheller. Sentenced to one day in jail.

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Charges Rehn was facing when he died:

Oct. 11, 2013: Charged with fraud over $5,000 and two counts of breach of recognizance in Edmonton.

Dec. 14, 2013: Charged with three counts of breach of recognizance, resisting a peace officer, possession of stolen property, possession of controlled substance, use of imitation firearm in Fort Saskatchewan, Alta.

Sept. 3, 2014: Charged with possession of a prohibited/restricted weapon, possession of a prohibited firearm, escaping lawful custody, possession of stolen property under $5,000, possession of controlled substance, possession of break-in instruments and two counts of breach of recognizance in Edmonton.

Oct. 28, 2014: Charged with failing to stop for police, dangerous driving, four counts of breach of recognizance, disqualified driving, driving without insurance, and displaying unauthorized plates in Edmonton.

Nov. 12, 2014: Charged with failing to appear in court in Edmonton.

Nov. 28, 2014: Charged with failing to appear in court in Edmonton.

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