Camrose, Alberta – August 6, 2020 – A license plate was stolen from a vehicle while parked overnight in a public parking lot.
Police received a 911 call of a male possibly being assaulted. Police attended the Mt. Pleasant Drive residence to find the male home alone yelling inside his apartment.
August 5, 2020
An east end business reported a theft which had occurred on July 25th. The suspects entered a storage structure and stole various power tools.
A youth contacted another adult requesting to be picked up indicating that his mother had too much to drink and he was afraid. The adult attended the home and when the mother became confrontational Police were contacted. The woman was irrational and aggressive and was arrested to prevent further issues inside the home. The woman was released in the morning without charges.
August 2, 2020
A 911 call was received from a west end business advising of a theft in progress. A male was approached by Police and detained while a search located store merchandise in his bag. The property was returned and the male was issued a two year trespass notice.
A female called requesting the removal of an unwanted guest from her residence. Police attended and the intoxicated male agreed to leave but due to his extreme level of intoxication and no sober adult to care for him, the male was arrested for public intoxication and released from custody when sober.
August 1, 2020
A 911 call advised of a large fight occurring behind a residence on Mt. Pleasant Drive. Witnesses advised that a male was chasing another male with a sledgehammer and had earlier attempted to hit the male with a vehicle. The male had barricaded himself inside his residence so Police obtained a Feeney warrant to enter the home. The male resisted his arrest and had to be physically carried to the Police vehicle. The 37 year old was charged with two counts of assault with a weapon, dangerous operation of a motor vehicle, possession of a weapon for a dangerous to the public, resist arrest, mischief under $5000, failing to comply with his conditions and driving while unauthorized. A hearing was conducted and the male was released on $1000 no cash bail.
Camrose Police Service
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