Camrose, Alberta – January 12, 2022 – A female advised her detached garage along Marler Drive had been entered overnight. The suspect had first entered her unlocked vehicle and used the garage door opener to open the garage door. Numerous items stolen and Police are reviewing video surveillance in attempts to identify the male suspect.
A west end business reported that a male left the store with a basket full of unpaid items. The male was identified and Police attended his home where he was arrested and charged with theft and possession of break-in instruments which were located on his person.
A vehicle stop conducted for a traffic violation resulted in the male driver being arrested on an outstanding warrant for driving without insurance. The 27 year old was once again charged with driving without insurance and no registration and his vehicle was towed.
January 11, 2022
Police conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle after it was observed to be exceeding the speed limit. The male driver provided a sample of his breath resulting in a fail reading. The 33 year old received an immediate roadside suspension which includes a $1000 fine, his driver’s license being suspended for 90 days and his vehicle being seized for 30 days.
Curb the Danger. Police received a complaint of a possible impaired driver. The vehicle was stopped by Police and although the driver was sober he was charged with other offences including fail to produce insurance, transporting liquor within easy access of an occupant, transporting cannabis in an open package within easy reach of an occupant and driving while prohibited. The 47 year old’s vehicle was also seized and the male passenger in the vehicle was additionally charged with transporting liquor in an open container.
During the early morning hours while conducting patrols in the east end industrial area, Police observed a suspicious vehicle which then fled and was last observed traveling south from Camrose. Police returned to the area and determined that the suspects were attempting to steal building materials from a building that was under construction.
January 9, 2022
Loss prevention at a west end business apprehended two shoplifters which resulted in two females being charged with theft and possession of stolen property.
Staff at a downtown business contacted Police in relation to two suspicious shoppers. Police attended and identified a male and female who had no contact conditions. Both were charged with breaching their conditions and the female was additionally charged with driving while prohibited.
Police received information of a suspicious vehicle matching the description of one used by suspects in a theft. The vehicle which was stolen out of Calgary was seized and the registered owner contacted.
A female called 911 to report that a male had taken her debit card. It was determined that the female had warrants out of Wetaskiwin and during a search Police located a quantity of fentanyl and methamphetamine. The female was charged with possession of a controlled substance.
A 911 call was received from a residence where a male could be heard screaming in the background. It was determined that the male was intoxicated and causing issues inside the residence so he was arrested to prevent further breach of the peace.
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