Paul Craig, 42, of Wheatland County and 59-year-old James Mac Cormack of Gleichen are also charged.
"Towards the end of the chase, the occupants of the red truck fired gunshots at the white truck, resulting in one of the occupants being shot and sustaining serious injuries." The red truck eventually stopped the chase as the vehicles approached Airdrie, where the victims reported the incident at the RCMP detachment.
Investigators are looking for a red 2007-2013 Chevrolet pick-up truck with noticeable front-end damage.
He is charged with instructing the commission of an offence for a criminal organization along with 27 drugs and stolen property offences.
Also charged with numerous drug and property crimes are Echo Brandt, 39, Tracy Brown, 38, Michael Fittler, 27, Kurtis Goett, 19, Gabriella Michaud, 20 and Michael Mac Charles, 49 all of Strathmore.
Along with the seizure of 561 grams of crystal meth and 126 grams of cocaine, police recovered five stolen pickup trucks, two utility trailers, a pair of recreational vehicles, a transport truck, a skid-steer loader and a flat deck trailer.
The contraband — including drugs valued at nearly ,000 — was found in the Strathmore homes, as well as a home in nearby Wheatland County and another in Gleichen.They say the suspect initiates relationships with women and soon requests large sums of money, promising he'll pay them back when he receives money from fictitious sources.Officers say the suspect is convincing and gains trust by making women believe they are in a real relationship with him.Mounties also want to talk to two men in a blue Ford F-150 who might have witnessed a portion of the chase near the Tschetter Hutterite colony east of Beiseker.Anyone with information about the incident in the Acme, Beiseker and Irricana areas is being asked to contact RCMP or Const. RCMP say they are investigating a "bizarre incident" northeast of Airdrie Sunday when gunshots were fired during a car chase. and 9 p.m., Mounties say two men in an older model white GMC pick-up truck became lost in a rural area near Beiseker and Acme and were chased from the location by three men in their 20s who were driving a red Chevrolet truck.Canmore RCMP say two women living in Alberta have been taken for more than 0,000 in an online dating scam.