Camrose, Alberta – August 25th , 2017 – Police stopped a vehicle and trailer for equipment violations. The 34 year old female driver was issued violation tickets for no insurance and no registration. The female also had a warrant for her arrest and was lodged into custody until she could pay her outstanding fines.
At 2:00 A.M. an alarm was received at an east end business. Police attended and noted a window to the business was damaged and entry was gained. Unknown suspect(s) stole two chainsaws from inside of the business and fled from scene.
A traffic stop was conducted on a motor vehicle and a 39 year old woman was arrested on outstanding warrants. The woman had methamphetamine, cocaine and GHB in her possession. She was charged with three counts of possession of a controlled substance and four counts of breaching her court documents. The 31 year old man inside was found in possession of cocaine. He was charged and released to appear in court.
Members were dispatched to numerous mental health, driving and bylaw complaints throughout the day.
A couple attended the front counter to report they sold an item on Kijiji and after receiving a cheque for the purchase the cheque was determined to be fraudulent.
At 5:00 A.M. Police were called to a residence where a man was knocking on the door of the home. The male was located and noted to be intoxicated. The man was arrested and taken home to a sober adult. He was issued a violation ticket for Public Intoxication.
August 24th , 2017 – Police received a report of a female stealing clothing from a west end business. Members located a female who had stolen items inside her purse along with a quantity of methamphetamine. Police noted that as they approached a male through a set of keys on the ground and started to walk away. The investigation determined that male provided a false name and the keys belonged to a stolen truck out of Wetaskiwin and the plate was stolen out of Beaumont. Both individuals were charged with numerous criminal offences and were remanded into custody.
Camrose Police Service
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