Camrose Police Service Report to November 6, 2019

Camrose, Alberta – November 6, 2019 – At about 6:30 AM Police were dispatched to a collision on highway 13 just west of Camrose. The road conditions were extremely icy and a westbound vehicle lost control, entering the east bound lane causing a head on collision. A third vehicle was also struck during the crash and the fire department was utilized to assist in extracting one driver from his vehicle. The highway was closed for approximately one hour.

The same morning Police attended a collision on 68th street at the entrance to Canadian Tire. A southbound van conducted a left hand turn striking a northbound vehicle which then struck a city sanding truck. The driver of the van was charged with failing to conduct a left hand turn in safety.

Two vehicles were reported stolen overnight. A grey 2004 GMC sierra was stolen from outside a residence on 42 avenue in the 6700 block. A 2017 Dodge Durango was stolen from the area of Mt. Pleasant and Marler Drive. The Durango was later recovered by the RCMP in the county where the vehicles rims and tires had been removed.

A male attended Police headquarters to provide a statement regarding an investigation where he had assaulted his girlfriend on multiple occasions. The male was charged with multiple counts of assault and was later released from custody following a bail hearing.

A male reported that his blue 2007 Kawasaki quad was stolen sometime within the last few days while parked along his garage on Enevold drive in the 6600 block.

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November 5, 2019

Five youths involved in a petty theft at a business became obnoxious with staff when confronted. Police were contacted and the youth were all warned and served with trespass notices not to return to the store.

Police received a complaint of a male who had stolen a FedEx package from a residence on 52 ave in the 5000 block. A neighbor confronted the male who gave the package back and left the area. Police could not locate the male and are continuing their investigation.

A female attended the Police station to report that she was a victim of a fraud. The female had provided the activation codes to $600 worth of Google cards to a male over the phone.

November 4, 2019

A female reported that her purse and coat were stolen from her cart while shopping at a west end business. Police are reviewing video surveillance.

A Police investigation where a male allegedly had assaulted a youth resulted in him being charged with assault. The male was released on a promise to appear.

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