Camrose, Alberta – December 14, 2017 – Police responded to 54 avenue in the 6100 block after a vehicle left the roadway and collided with a tree. The male driver was arrested on scene and transported to Police headquarters where he provided two samples of his breath that were both over the legal limit. The 28 year old was charged with impaired driving and dangerous driving.
Police attended a residence on 51 avenue regarding a male who was causing issues. The intoxicated male was on conditions not to consume alcohol, not to be at the residence and had a warrant for his arrest originating from Lethbridge. During his arrest Police also located a quantity of cannabis marijuana. The 32 year old was charged with four counts of breaching his conditions and one count of possession of a controlled substance.
Police mediated a family situation involving a child who was out of control and being aggressive with her mother. After a considerable amount of time at the residence Police were able to mediate the situation.
A male who was under the influence of drugs was arrested after Police dealt with him on four separate complaints. The first two complaints involved the male attending family residences where he was not welcome. The next two complaints were generated by the male himself making false accusations to Police. The male was lodged to prevent further breach of the peace and efforts were made for the individual to get assistance with his dependency issues.
December 13, 2017 – A 2004 Ford F250 stolen from a residence in Camrose on November 26 was recovered near the intersection of Hwy 21 and Hwy 611.
Police attended to a disturbance at a residence on 66 street in the 4900 block. The verbal argument between the couple was mediated by Police. The involved male who was heavily intoxicated was arrested to prevent further breach of the peace.
A traffic stop of a vehicle resulted in a male being charged with possession of a controlled substance. Police observed a strong odor of cannabis marijuana and located a quantity of the substance within the vehicle.
Camrose Police Service
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