One Chaplin resident was remanded into custody after being found with methamphetamine and ID that didn’t belong to him on February 14 of this year.

Morse RCMP executed a search warrant at a house in Chaplin in connection to property crime investigations, where they turned up a stolen vehicle, license plates, ammunition, and tools.

Randy Yeo finally pled guilty on Monday to seven of the 20 charges he faced after having appeared in court multiple times since March.

The most severe offence that the 40-year-old admitted to, was theft of a motor vehicle, with several smaller thefts making up the other six, including tools and credit cards.

Original charges he faced included three counts of failing to comply with release order conditions, one count of possession of a controlled substance, two counts of break and enter with intent, and one count of uttering threats.

Yeo has been sentenced to 315 days.