Camrose, Alberta – May 13, 2019 – A 911 call was received regarding a domestic situation at a residence. Police attended and the couple were engaged in a verbal argument. The situation was mediated and one of the involved agreed to stay at a friend’s residence for the night.
A male reported that two of his unlocked bikes had been stolen overnight from his residence. The bikes were described as a white Jamis mountain bike and an orange Supercycle.
A male contacted Police advised that his fiancée was threatening to harm herself. The female was located and was taken to St. Mary’s hospital for assessment.
May 12, 2019
A 28 year old woman called advising her intoxicated ex-boyfriend was inside of her residence causing problems. A 25 year old man was located and taken back to his residence for the evening.
An intoxicated 20 year old man was located downtown breaching his alcohol conditions. The man was arrested and later released to appear in court.
A woman called stating her neighbours are fighting inside of their residence. Police spoke with a 50 year old woman who was intoxicated and being belligerent. The woman was arrested for prevention of breach of peace and lodged until she was sober.
Police received a complaint that a vehicle owner came outside in the early morning and noted her tires to be slashed sometime overnight.
A 48 year old man called stating he was having issues with a 58 year old man who was threatening him. Police spoke with both men and mediated the disagreement.
May 11, 2019
Police pulled over a 19 year old male and arrested him for impaired driving. The man was transported to the police service where he provided two samples of 170mg% and 160mg%. The man was charged and released to a sober adult.
A complaint was received of two males fighting outside of a downtown liquor establishment. A 43 year old man was spoken to and advised a 26 year old man was causing problems resulting in the altercation. The male fled the scene prior to police arrival.
A 911 call was received from an intoxicated 19 year old man that was having difficulties. The man was located and transported to a sober friend’s residence for the evening.
Police received a complaint of a gas smell in the area of 45 Avenue and 62 Street. Police located a gas cap that was spewing. Atco was called out and repaired the damaged cap.
Camrose Police Service
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