Camrose Police respond to 911 call from a female advising that her boyfriend may have overdosed; Camrose Police Report

Camrose, Alberta – November 17, 2020 – A female reported that she had been assaulted by her ex-boyfriend on November 15th. Police are gathering more details and charges are pending.

A building manager advised that overnight someone had attempted to break into one of their outbuildings at their apartment building on Mount Pleasant Drive. Police are reviewing video surveillance in attempts to identify the suspect.

Camrose Police respond to 911 call from a female advising that her boyfriend may have overdosed
Camrose Police respond to 911 call from a female advising that her boyfriend may have overdosed

Police attempted to conduct a traffic stop on a vehicle which refused to pull over and sped away. Police later located the vehicle parked at a residence where a male admitted to being the driver. The male had outstanding warrants, did not possess a drivers licence and the vehicle he had been operating did not have registration or insurance. The male was charged with breaching his conditions, criminal flight, driving while unauthorized and operating an unregistered and uninsured vehicle.

A 911 call was received from a resident in an apartment building on Mount Pleasant Drive advising of a male with no shirt who was banging on the walls. Police located a very intoxicated male who was taken back to his suite.

November 16, 2020

Police attempted a traffic stop on an older black Ford F350 which then fled at a high rate of speed. A male driver and female passenger were inside the vehicle and Police are attempting to identify the suspects.

Police received a 911 call from a female advising that her boyfriend may have overdosed. Police and EMS attended and the male was transported to St. Mary’s hospital. Police located a small amount of meth and pills belonging to the couple which were seized for destruction.

Camrose Police Service



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