Camrose Police Service Report to March 31, 2021

Camrose, Alberta – March 31, 2021 – A female contacted Police after she was assaulted by another tenant in a shared residence. Police attended and the female described the event but then did not want any further Police involvement. The female was moving out of the home to stay clear of the other individual.

Police attempted to conduct a traffic stop on a motorcycle that was exceeding the speed limit. When emergency lights were activated the motorcycle fled at an even higher rate of speed. Police are following up on leads to identify the registered owner.

While conducting patrols people observed a male passenger in a vehicle who was known to have outstanding warrants. The male was arrested and during a search a quantity of methamphetamine was located. The male was charged with possession of a controlled substance and is in custody waiting on a bail hearing.

March 30, 2021

An enclosed construction trailer was stolen from a work location in Camrose and recovered by Tofield RCMP. Police are investigating the theft.

A female contacted Police advising that for the second time her senior parent had been taken advantage of by a furnace cleaning company out of Edmonton. The female believed that the charges for the work conducted was excessive. The female was referred to the better business bureau as it was a civil matter.

March 29, 2021

A female known to have an outstanding warrant was observed at a local hotel. The female was arrested and later released on an appearance notice.

A traffic stop resulted in a male passenger being arrested on an outstanding warrant. He was later released on an appearance notice.

Police responded to a residence on 48 street in the 4800 block after receiving a complaint of a disturbance. Upon arrival a male and female could be heard yelling at each other. The intoxicated couple were both arrested to prevent further breach of the peace and later released without charges.

Staff at a restaurant requested assistance with an intoxicated couple. Upon arrival the couple was exiting the business when the female fell to the ground and was unable to get up. EMS attended and the female was taken to St. Mary’s hospital.

March 27, 2021

Police conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle which had been reported as suspicious. The male driver and female passenger were arrested when checks determined that the vehicle had been stolen out of Calgary. The male was a suspended driver and had multiple conditions while the female was found to be in possession of a quantity of methamphetamine. The male was charged with possession of stolen property, driving while suspended and breaching his conditions while the female was charged with possession of a controlled substance.

Police received a complaint of a suspicious male inside a vacant residence on 53 street in the 5300 block. The male was identified and had been previously placed on conditions not to attend the address. The male was arrested and charged with breaching his conditions.

A traffic stop was conducted on a vehicle which was exceeding the speed limit. The male was placed on a roadside screening device which resulted in a caution reading. The 27 year old was issued a provincial sanction including a $300 fine, a 3 day licence suspension and a 3 day vehicle seizure. He was also charged with exceeding the speed limit.

Police received two 911 calls from the Northside trailer park regarding a female who was smashing windows at a residence and a male who had thrown the female to the ground. Police attended and both subjects were intoxicated and bleeding from injuries. Both were taken to St. Mary’s hospital for treatment and then transported to Police headquarters. The investigation determined that the female had assaulted the male who then pushed her out of the home. When outside the female then grabbed a broom and started to smash the windows of the home. The 42 year old female was charged with assault and mischief and released on an undertaking with no contact conditions.

EMS requested assistance with a male patient at St. Mary’s hospital who had overdosed and causing issues with staff. Police attended and mediated. A small quantity of methamphetamine was destroyed on scene.

EMS and Police attended a residence where a male had overdosed on illicit drugs. CPR and Narcan was administered and the male began breathing on his own. The male was transported to St. Mary’s hospital.

March 26, 2021

A female reported that her credit card had been compromised with multiple fraudulent purchases being made. Police are investigating.

The loss prevention officer at a west end business reported that he had apprehended a shoplifter. The male concealed product while making payment for another item. The male was issued a trespass notice.

Curb the Danger. Police received a 911 call regarding a possible impaired driver. The vehicle was located and a traffic stop was conducted. The male driver failed a roadside test and was issued an immediate roadside suspension resulting in a $1000 fine, a 90 day driver’s license suspension and a 30 day vehicle seizure. The driver is also required to take a one day planning ahead course along with a 12 month participation in the Alberta Ignition Interlock Program.

While conducting patrols Police observed a vehicle displaying a wrong license plate. When the driver observed Police it drove away at excessive speeds. The vehicle was located parked at the rear of a residence on 51 avenue in the 5400 block where a male was arrested and charged with dangerous driving, driving while suspended, operating an uninsured and unregistered vehicle, misuse of a license plate and breaching his conditions.

March 25, 2021

Staff from a downtown bank reported a cheque fraud where a mobile app was used to re-deposit cheques. Police are investigating.

A home builder located a male squatting in one of their properties. The male was identified by Police and he was charged with trespassing.

A female reported that she had been assaulted by her common-law. Both parties were very intoxicated and uncooperative with any Police investigation.

Police are investigating a theft of a computer from a downtown business. A male and female were in the store and while the staff member was being distracted the laptop was stolen. Police are investigating.

Camrose Police Service

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