Investigation into January robbery leads to charges for a Regina woman

Regina Police have laid charges against a 38-year-old Regina woman who was arrested last Friday in connection with a robbery on January 20, 2021.

On that day police were called to the 2200 block of 14th Avenue in the Cathedral neighborhood, where a woman entered a business, pulled what looked like a handgun out of her jacket, and demanded cash from an employee.

RPS. say they were unable to locate the suspect until Friday, where she was arrested during an unrelated call.

Officers were sent to a mischief call on the 1900 block of 14th Avenue, where a woman was arrested after a window was broken.

In the course of the arrest, officers located Methamphetamine, Xanax and Ecstasy.

Further investigation led to charges in connection with the January 20 robbery.

As a result, 38-year-old Fealding Maxwell has been charged with robbery, disguise with intent, and using an imitation firearm to commit and offence, in relation to the robbery in January.

Maxwell was also charged with three counts of possession of a scheduled substance, and mischief under $5,000 in regards to her arrest last Friday.

She made her first court appearance this past Monday.

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