Camrose, Alberta – Police assisted EMS with a 911 medical emergency call from the construction site at the U of A Augustana campus. The male who was in medical distress was taken to St. Mary’s hospital. Police determined that the incident was non-criminal.
A female attended the Police service to report that four months ago she had invested a significant amount of money in stocks through an online company called Apex Trading Investments. She now has concerns as she has yet to receive any documentation of her investment and the company has been evasive. Online searches reveal numerous fraud alerts for Apex Trading Investments.
A male attended the Police service to report that he was using a website “passportonline.ca” that made promises of a quick and easy application process for passport renewal. He completed the application and used his credit card to pay the fee. The following day his credit card company advised him that the transaction is fraudulent and cancelled the payment. Checks with Passport Canada’s website indicates they have no affiliation with any third party service providers who offer “support” in completing passport applications. When renewing your passport be certain to be using Canada Passport’s official site.
Police responded to a two vehicle collision at the intersection of 39 street and Camrose Drive. Both vehicles had significant damage and it was fortunate that both drivers had only received minor injuries. One of the drivers was charged with failing to proceed in safety after stopping at the intersection.
A local liquor store advised Police that two males had attempted to use a debit card to make a purchase. The card which appeared to be tampered with was declined and the males left promising to return with cash but failed to do so. Police are investigating.
Camrose Police Service
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