Camrose Police Service to May 15, 2018

Camrose, Alberta – May 15, 2018 – An unlocked bicycle was stolen from the owner’s backyard. The ladies bike is a black and pink Electra bicycle.

Curfew checks were conducted on a male with conditions not to leave the province of Alberta. When the male was not at his residence Police determined that he had taken a flight out of province. Charges are pending.

At about 1:00 AM Police responded to a disturbance on 50 street in the 5400 block. An intoxicated female was outside screaming and acting out of control. The 17 year old actively resisted her arrest by kicking and spitting at Police. After being handcuffed she then became unresponsive. The female was transported to St. Mary’s hospital where she once again became aggressive toward staff and had to be restrained. The female who was high on alcohol and cocaine was treated by medical staff and later charged with public intoxication and assaulting a Police officer.

May 14, 2018 – Police continued an assault investigation from the previous day. A 40 year old male has been charged with one count of assault, one count of assault causing bodily harm and one count of mischief. The male has been released on a recognizance with domestic violence conditions.

A bicycle was stolen when it had been left unlocked by the owner while he went into a restaurant.

Police were advised by a female that her ex-boyfriend was breaching his conditions by repeatedly contacting her. The male was located by Police and arrested. The male was in possession of a stolen cell phone which he had used to repeatedly text and call the female. The male was charged with criminal harassment, theft, possession of stolen property, and four counts of breaching his conditions.

May 13, 2018 – A customer at a west end business reported that her cell phone was stolen out of her shopping cart. Police are investigating.

Police responded to several noisy party complaints throughout the evening.

Police received a complaint from a restaurant on the west end that a patron had left without paying for his bill. The male was located a short distance away and found in an intoxicated state. He returned to pay his bill and was issued a ticket for being intoxicated in public then driven to his residence.

May 12, 2018 – Police received a theft complaint from a west end business where three males were observed attempting to steal items from the store. Police located and identified two of the men but were unable to locate the third male. The matter is under investigation.

A report was received of a semi-truck that had struck a sign in downtown Camrose and continued driving. Police were able to locate and identify the driver of the truck. The driver was charged with fail to remain at the scene of the accident.

While on patrol members noted two men in an alley downtown and noted them to both be intoxicated. One of the men was determined to have an outstanding warrant for a traffic related charge. He was released on a promise to appear.

A traffic stop was conducted for an equipment violation and police noted the male driver to be under the influence of alcohol. It was determined that the driver had a learner’s license and did not have proper supervision. He was issued an AZAT license suspension for 30 days and his vehicle was seized for 7 days. He was also charged accordingly under the traffic safety act.

May 11, 2018 – Police located and seized a stolen late model Ford F350 which had been stolen out of Sherwood Park. Police have developed leads and charges are pending.

Police were contacted by a cab driver regarding a couple who were in a heated argument in his vehicle. When the cab driver attempted to intervene the situation escalated and Police attended and mediated the situation.

Police received a complaint of an abandoned quad on 39 street adjacent to the airport. The quad was seized and Police are looking for the rightful owner.

May 10, 2018 – A 33 year old male from Sedgewick was arrested on outstanding warrants. The prolific property offender was wanted for theft of copper wire in the Killam area.

A John Deere excavator attachment for a compact tractor was stolen from a backyard on 46 street in the 4600 block. The attachment valued at $6000 is very heavy and suspects likely utilized a picker truck to load the item onto a truck. Please contact Police if you have any information regarding this incident.

Police attended to an address after receiving information that the female resident was going to harm herself. The female had agreed to attend St. Mary’s hospital.

An elderly female in pajamas and bare feet was at someone’s door lost and confused. After some time Police were able to determine where the lady resided and she was transported to her proper address. Her daughter was sleeping and did not realize her mother had left the residence.

Camrose Police Service

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