Camrose Police Service Report to February 26, 2020

Camrose, Alberta – February 26, 2020 – Drug Trafficking – Members of the Camrose Police Service concluded a drug trafficking investigation on February 19, 2020 resulting in one individual being charged.

Members of the Major Crimes Unit in partnership with patrol members executed a search warrant on a residence on 43 Street in the 4900 Block. Various individuals were arrested inside the residence, which included Nicholas William BAKER (31). As a result of the search warrant Police located and seized the following:

• A quantity of Methamphetamine

• A quantity of GHB

• A quantity of Cocaine

• A quantity of MDMA

• A quantity of Codeine pills

• Brass Knuckles

• A Taser

• Various rounds of ammunition

• Firearm magazines

• A replica firearm

Camrose Police Service
Camrose Police Service

Nicholas BAKER was subsequently charged with possession for the purposes of trafficking x2, possession of a controlled substance x3, possession of a prohibited weapon x2, possession of a weapon for a dangerous purpose x2, proceeds of crime, possession of a weapon while prohibited x3, and various breaches of court related documents. BAKER was remanded into custody to appear in Camrose Provincial Court on February 26, 2020.

Anyone with information about drug trafficking is asked to call police at 780-672-4444. Tips can also be submitted anonymously to Crime Stoppers.

February 25, 2020

Police received a complaint from a fast food restaurant regarding an intoxicated female who was harassing customers. Police attended and arrested the female who was high on illicit drugs. The female who had outstanding warrants was arrested and later released when sober.

The parole office advised that a male living in Camrose had not been complying with his conditions and his parole had been collapsed. Police attended his residence where the male was arrested without incident.

February 24, 2020

At 1:30 AM security at Augustana advised of a male lurking around the dorms and was now attempting to pry open a cabinet. Police attended to the area, arrested and charged the male with break & enter and breaching his conditions.

Police responded to an alarm at a local church and observed a sliding window that had been pried open. A male was located inside the building and arrested. The 20 year old was charged with break & enter and later released on an undertaking.

Camrose Police Service

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