Camrose, Alberta – June 29th, 2017 – Police responded to a disturbance at a residence and were able to mediate the situation. Police determined that the involved female had an outstanding traffic safety act warrant. The female was arrested and later released from custody when she was able to pay her outstanding fines.
Police received a complaint of an erratic driver. Police located the vehicle and the male driver was arrested on an outstanding warrant. He was later released on a promise to appear.
A west end business contacted Police after a female shoplifter ran out of their store after being confronted by staff. Police located the female and she was arrested for theft. The 35 year old female was charged with theft and breaching her conditions and released on a promise to appear.
A downtown business noticed that merchandise was missing after a male and female had left their store. The employees obtained a licence plate number of their vehicle and contacted Police. The suspects were later located by Police and a 28 year old male was charged with theft and released on a promise to appear.
June 28th, 2017
A youth was caught stealing merchandise from a west end business. Police gave the youth an official warning under the Youth Criminal Justice Act.
A west end business contacted Police after apprehending a female shoplifter. The 31 year old female was a first time offender and was referred to the Alternative Measures Program and issued a Trespass Notice not to return to the business.
Police received a 911 call regarding a domestic situation. Police attended and mediated the situation after determining that nothing physical had occurred. The involved male left the residence for the night to prevent further issues.
Police responded to two separate incidents of theft at a west end business. In both cases the female shoplifter was charged with theft and possession of stolen property and released on an appearance notice.
Camrose Police Service
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