Camrose, Alberta – January 18, 2021 – At 9:37 AM Police received a call from a female stating that over the weekend she had been assaulted numerous times by her boyfriend. The female stated she had escaped the home and had locked herself in her vehicle. Police attended to the residence where the female described the assaults and how he had prevented her from leaving the home. Police made contact with the male through an open window and after 45 minutes of negotiations the male exited the home with a large laceration across his throat. EMS who was on standby at the scene, transported the male to St. Mary’s hospital. Police are continuing their investigation and the male is facing several charges of uttering threats, assault and forcible confinement.
Police observed a vehicle fail to signal and conducted a traffic stop. Open liquor was viewed inside the vehicle so the male driver and female passenger were asked to step out of the vehicle. Police observed that the male’s waist belt and pants were open at which time he fled on foot into a nearby field as he threw items into the darkness. The male was arrested and determined to be in possession of a variety of illicit drugs including heroin, GHB, cocaine, methamphetamine along with other drug paraphernalia. The male was charged with 4 counts of possession of a controlled substance, obstructing a Police officer, failing to signal and transporting open liquor. The female passenger was also charged with open liquor within easy reach of occupant.
January 17, 2021
A male who provided his debit card and PIN number to a female contacted Police after she used the card to make an extra $2000 worth of purchases. Police are investigating.
A tenant who had been evicted from a residential property, returned to the home and entered the suite through a window. Once inside his stole the property owner’s jacket and tools. The suspect who had attended Police headquarters to report another matter, was arrested and charged with break & enter and theft.
January 16, 2021
A male reported that some old car batteries and a power cable valued at $500 were stolen from a trailer parked near the old Bottle Depot.
A male contacted Police advising that he had been assaulted at his business by a male customer. Police determined that there had been a property disagreement between the two men which did not support criminal charges.
Police attended a residence after receiving a noise complaint. The female was determined to have an outstanding warrant resulting in her arrest and later release with a date to appear in court.
Camrose Police Service
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