Camrose, Alberta – February 12, 2020 – Police are investigating the theft of a power tool from a business. Video surveillance was utilized to identify the male suspect who is facing charges.
The loss prevention officer at a west end business contacted Police after recognizing a female who was in the store contrary to a trespass notice. Police attended and charged the female with trespassing. The female also had a warrant out of Red Deer and was arrested and later released on an undertaking.
February 11, 2020
An investigation into a theft of wallet from a vehicle and use of credit cards resulted in two males being identified as suspects. One of the males was located by Police and charged with theft, possession of stolen property, use of a stolen credit card, proceeds of crime and a breach of probation. A warrant is being issued for the second male who is facing similar charges. A female who later became involved in the use of the credit cards is also facing charges.
A female contacted Police to report two suspicious males who attended her residence trying to sell and install Smart Home equipment. Police were unable to locate the men to determine if they had a valid business.
Police received a 911 call regarding a disturbance coming from a residence in the downtown area. Police attended and determined two men and a female were having a verbal argument which also woke two small children in the residence. The situation was mediated and one of the males was removed from the home.
February 10, 2020
A Police investigation resulted in a male being arrested and charged with two counts of assault involving his children whom he no longer lives with. The male was released on an undertaking with conditions.
Curb the Danger. A motorist contacted Police to report that he was following a snow plow truck that was driving dangerously and nearly colliding with oncoming traffic. A traffic stop was conducted by Police and the male driver provided a sample of his breath that resulting in a fail reading. The male was arrested a while at Police headquarters provided two samples of his breath which were over the legal limit. The male was charged with impaired driving.
Police conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle and the male driver did not have a valid driver’s license. Further checks indicated that the vehicle was not insured or registered and the validation sticker on the license plate had been stolen from another vehicle. The male was charged with driving while disqualified, driving and uninsured, unregistered vehicle as well as possession of stolen property.
February 9, 2020
A female advised Police that her keys were stolen from her unlocked locker while she was at a fitness center. A second complainant also contacted Police that her purse & credit cards were stolen from her locked locker at the same gym. The credit cards had been used at various locations in Camrose before the cards were cancelled. Police have images of the suspect and are attempting to identify the female.
A traffic stop was conducted resulting in a male driver providing a mandatory alcohol screening test resulting in a caution reading The 20 year old was issued a driver’s license suspension and his vehicle was towed. During the traffic stop the intoxicated female passenger became belligerent with Police and would not follow direct. The 22 year old was arrested for public intoxication and later released from custody.
February 8, 2020
Police attended a residence on Marler Drive after a male reported that his girlfriend was causing issues. The verbal dispute was mediated and the couple were separated for the evening.
Loss prevention at a west end business apprehended two shoplifters and then contacted Police. Discretion was used with both individuals being issued trespass notice. One of the shoplifters was arrested on an outstanding warrant and remains in custody.
A male was arrested for theft after he failed to return a rental vehicle according to the terms of his agreement. The male was charged with theft and possession of stolen property.
Camrose Police Service
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