Camrose Police Service Report to December 29, 2020

Camrose, Alberta – December 29, 2020 – A male contacted Police to report that his downtown business had been broken into sometime over the weekend. Several cell phones had been stolen. Police are waiting on video surveillance of the break & enter and theft.

December 28, 2020

Police received a report that there was damage at the Bill Fowler center. Two windows had been broken sometime overnight and Police are investigating.

Staff from Cornerstone Shoppers Drug Mart reported a male and female screaming and arguing inside the store. Police identified both parties who were sent on their way after being served with trespass notices.

Police conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle that had failed to stop for a red light. The vehicle from Saskatchewan did not have registration or insurance and the female driver did not possess a driver’s license. The vehicle was towed and the female served with the appropriate violation tickets.

A witness reported two males who were breaking windows at the Seventh Day Adventist Church. Police attended and arrested two males who were responsible for the damage. The males were charged with mischief and a key-holder for the church was contacted to secure the building.

December 26, 2020

While conducting patrols Police observed a male fall face first onto the pavement near a convenience store. The male who was grossly intoxicated was transported to St. Mary’s hospital by EMS to treat injuries to his face and hands.

A female reported that her 2015 Chev Tahoe had been stolen from the front of a residence. The vehicle had been left unlocked with the engine running but the owner had possession of both key fobs. Patrols for the vehicle were conducted and it was locate abandoned at the entrance to the north side trailer park. The vehicle was returned to the owner.

Police located a male who was responsible for forcible entry and assaulting a female the night prior. The male was arrested and charged accordingly and is waiting on a bail hearing.

December 25, 2020

Police received a 911 call from a female stating that she had been assaulted by a male who then left her residence. The investigation determined that the male who was known by the victim knocked on her door and then forced his way into the home against her wishes. The male pushed the female to the ground and then choked and punched her before finally leaving the home. Police were unable to locate the male who is facing charges of forcible entry, unlawfully in a dwelling house and assault.

Police received multiple 911 calls after a vehicle first struck a parked car and then continued down the street until in crashed into a cement barricade. Police attended to the intersection of 53 street and 48a avenue and determined that the male driver was having a medical episode. The male was taken to St. Mary’s hospital by EMS.

A security company contacted Police regarding a suspicious male near 48 avenue in the 5500 block. Police located the male who was high on illicit drugs and not dressed for the weather. The male was arrested and transported to Police cells and was later released when sober without charges.

Camrose Police Service

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