Camrose, Alberta – May 21, 2019 – Traffic stop was conducted on a vehicle which had conducted an illegal U-turn. The 52 year old from British Columbia had a suspended driver’s license. He was charged accordingly and his vehicle was seized for 30 days.
Police received a 911 call from an off duty RCMP member who had witnessed a female exit his neighbor’s vehicle with property and then attempt to enter his garage. The Police officer arrested the female and then contacted the city Police. The intoxicated female was charged with theft, attempted break & enter and public intoxication.
A traffic stop of a driver not wearing his seatbelt resulted in Police observing alcohol and cannabis marihuana within reach of the driver. The male was charged accordingly.
May 20, 2019
Police received a 911 call when a homeowner observed two males attempting to force open a window to her residence. Police immediately responded but were unable to locate the males who had fled the scene. Police did locate and seize items of evidence that were left at and near the scene. Later that same day Police also responded to two other residential break & enters and evidence obtained ties the same suspects to each scene. One of the homes was in Duggan Park, the second near the hospital and the third home was near city yards.
Police were notified of a male who had sent text messages to a friend indicating that he was going to harm himself. The male was located and friends agreed to stay with him through the night.
May 19, 2019
A 34 year old man was stopped by Police for a traffic violation. Checks showed the male was on several release conditions. The male was arrested for breaching his court orders. A search of the vehicle located a small baggie of methamphetamine. The male was charged and to appear before a Justice of the Peace.
Police stopped a 39 year old man for a traffic offence and a roadside test resulted in a GDL suspension. The man was issued a 30 day suspension and his vehicle was towed.
A 23 year old woman called complaining about her 47 year old neighbours. Both neighbours causing problems for each other and refusing to cooperate. Police attended and mediated the situation.
May 18, 2019
Police attended a report of a suspicious vehicle. The passenger provided a false name to the police and was subsequently arrested. It was further determined that he had numerous warrants for his arrest. The driver was found to be in possession of methamphetamine and placed under arrest. A search of the vehicle located over $30,000.00 worth of stolen property. Both males are currently in custody and awaiting a release hearing.
While police were parked in front of a liquor establishment, a vehicle sped past them, drove over a curb, and attempted to evade the police when police were behind them. A 20 year old male was arrested for impaired driving and provided samples of 210 mg% and 190mg%. The male was charged for impaired driving, driving with a blood alcohol concentration over the legal limit, dangerous driving and flight from police.
Police attended a complaint of a driver passed out behind the wheel of his vehicle. The male was non-responsive and EMS was required to attend the scene. The male was transported to the hospital to receive medical treatment as a result of ingesting illicit drugs. Police continue to investigate.
May 17, 2019
A truck which had been stolen out of Leduc was located parked outside a residence on 54 street in the 5300 block. Police have developed a potential suspect and are continuing to investigate.
Police were contacted when two males were observed on the roof of a downtown business. Police located two males who were both under the influence of alcohol. The two men were issued tickets for possessing open liquor.
A traffic stop was conducted resulting in a female passenger being arrested on several outstanding warrants. While conducting a search of the woman Police located a small quantity of methamphetamine and cocaine. The 50 year old was charged with possession of a controlled substance.
Camrose Police Service
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