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August 9, 2022

Police received a complaint that a semi-truck had been speeding through a construction zone and nearly hit 5 workers.  The vehicle was located and the male driver was issued a driving carelessly ticket and warned of subsequent fines for similar offences.  Another reminder to the community that construction area speed limits must be followed and will be enforced.

A female reported that over the weekend she was at a party where she sexual assaulted by another female.  This matter is under investigation.

A local hotel reported that they were having difficulties with removing a very intoxicated male from their premises.  The male was arrested and lodged till sober.

A local male was arrested and lodged on (11) various warrants for theft and property related offences.

A male was arrested for breaching his conditional sentence order (house arrest), which had a curfew condition.

August 8, 2022

A Police investigation lead to the identification of a male involved who fled from Police in a stolen F350 on august 3, 2022.  A warrant was obtained as the male was charged with dangerous driving, possession of stolen property, no insurance and drive while suspended.

A north end business reported that (3) of their trucks has the catalytic converters stolen overnight.  A male has been identified and this matter is still under investigation.

Members were conducting bike patrols and came across a suspicious male riding an ebike.  The male, who was identified by Police, fled from immediately.  When he was caught up to, the male had ditched his backpack, ebike and hoodie.  Members searched the area and located the backpack which had the stolen Dewalt Sawzall the was stolen from an east end business the day before.  They also seized the ebike, which had been recently spray painted green.  This bike is a retro style bike.  If you are missing an ebike please reported it to the Camrose Police Service. This matter is still under investigation.

Numerous vehicles fled from Police over the night.  A community reminder that criminals are very active right now and will steal any vehicle or property that is not locked down properly.

August 7, 2022

On north end business reported that their storage trailer had been broken into.  Unknown persons had cut the lock and stole various items.  Police located a helmet with fresh fingerprints and are continuing to investigate.  Multiple business in the north side have been hit with break and enters and thefts.  A reminder to the public to report suspicious behavior and to lock up your personal items.

Police received a 911 compliant of a fight in progress with property being damaged.  Patrol made and it was determined that a male entered the property and was breaking windows with a crescent wrench.  A female also entered the property and assaulted the male occupant.  Members later located the two suspects and arrested them for various charges.  A third male was located inside the house and it was determined he had multiple warrants from different jurisdictions throughout Alberta.  He was also arrested and lodged.

August 6, 2022

An east end business reported that the previous night a male had stolen a Dewalt Sawzall.  Police obtained video surveillance and have identified a possible suspect.  Still under investigation.

Police responded to a noisy party complaint.  The issue was dealt with and all parties left the area.  One male was grossly intoxicated, had no fixed abode and was unable to look after himself.  The male was lodged in cells until sober.

Members attended a 911 call to remove a male from a residence where he was causing issues.  Male was cooperative but extremely intoxicated and subsequently lodged for the night.

August 5, 2022

Police received a report from a landlord advising w recently evicted tenants left property and documents behind.  Investigation indicated the property had been stolen.  Investigation to continue.

A local gas station indicated that sometime over night an unknown vehicle had struck the side of the building causing damage.  Matter is under investigation.

August 4, 2022

Police responded to a health care facility to assist staff with a patient displaying violent behaviour. Police attended and the patient was de-escalated.

August 3, 2022

A female determined to be in mental health crisis was observed by police to be leaving her residence in a vehicle. Police were able to intervene and the female was conveyed to a mental health facility for assessment.

A report of an intoxicated female at a west end business was received. Police located the female and escorted her back to her relative’s residence to be cared for. Later in the evening the same female had caused a disturbance in the home and was arrested to prevent further breach of peace.

Police executed a warrant in relation to the Mental Health Act and transported the individual to a mental health facility.

August 2, 2022

A break and enter to a city compound was reported with some miscellaneous property stolen.

Police received multiple complaints of an intoxicated female attending random residences and kicking doors. The female was located and arrested for public intoxication.

Police responded to a residential disturbance to find a male and female had been involved in a dispute. Police mediated and both parties were separated for the night.

August 1, 2022

A report of a stolen Ford F250 was received from the owner. The vehicle was later recovered in Camrose County.

A Chevrolet Malibu car was reported stolen and still being investigated.

July 31, 2022

A 911 call was received regarding a physical altercation in a residence. Police investigation determined that a male and female had been assaulted by a group of males. Police located and arrested 4 males deemed to be responsible. They are all facing criminal charges for break and enter and assault.

Police responded to a health facility after a mental health patient became aggressive toward staff. Police were able to assist and the situation was deescalated.

Police received a 911 call advising of a domestic disturbance in the street involving a male and female. Police located them in a vehicle and determined that the male was subject to release conditions to have no contact with the female. The male was arrested and held in custody for a bail hearing.

A 911 call regarding a male in mental health crisis resulted in police locating him and helping him to engage with mental health resources for assistance.

July 30, 2022

Multiple checkstops conducted by Police resulting in four provincial sanctions for impaired driving.

Police responded to several separate complaints of public intoxication resulting in one male and one female being lodged in holding cells to sober.

July 29, 2022

Police responded to a 911 call regarding a female being assaulted by a male. Investigation determined the two were known to each other and female had been assaulted by the male multiple times after he forced his way into the residence.  The male was arrested and held for a bail hearing on multiple assault charges and breach of release conditions.

July 28, 2022

Police received a report of a male displaying erratic behaviour in the parking lot of a business.  The man was located and arrested for being intoxicated in a public place. He was held in custody until sober and is facing charges for resisting arrest.

A fraud was reported involving a substantial amount of money that was transferred internationally. Contact with the victim was initiated from someone claiming to be from a foreign law enforcement agency who were advising of an imminent arrest for a debt owed. This incident is similar to the Canada Revenue scam that has been circulating over the recent years.

July 27, 2022

Multiple calls were received regarding a male beside a roadway that appeared to be in distress. Police located the man and determined he had pre-existing conditions that required attention. EMS was contacted and the male was taken for assessment via ambulance.

A business reported that their storage shed had been broken into twice in the past week. Police have collected evidence and are investigating.

A 23 year old male was arrested for outstanding warrants, he was later released to appear in Provincial Court.

July 26, 2022

A city compound was broken into and tools stolen from a work vehicle.

A restaurant employee advised that former patrons who were no longer allowed in the establishment had re-attended. Police mediated and a female was issued a trespass notice.

Police responded to a motel after staff advised of a male threatening them while producing a knife. Police arrested the male and he was held in custody for a bail hearing .

A suspicious male was reported to be loitering in the yard of a residence. Police located the man and determined he was grossly intoxicated. He was arrested and lodged in holding cells to sober up.

July 25, 2022

Police are investigating a commercial break and enter where the business suffered damaged property and theft of money.

Members were called to a disturbance in a parking lot  involving a male and female. The dispute was resolved and the male was arrested on outstanding warrants.

Police responded to a residence to investigate an assault where a female was reported to have minor injuries from a fight with a male. Police are investigating.

Police attended a residence regarding a breach of peace and mediated a dispute between two females who were known to each other. They were separated for the night.

A convenience store reported several youths had left the store without paying for items. The group was located and determined one youth was responsible.

July 24, 2022

A west end business reported a theft  from their store and was able to provide Police with information regarding the suspects and vehicle. The matter is being investigated.

Another business reported a male ran out of their store with a shopping cart full of merchandise. Police located the male and determined he stole approximately $1000 in property from the store.

July 23, 2022

Several reports of unlocked vehicles bring entered and various items stolen.

A residential garage was broken into and a truck and camper were stolen from the rear drive of a residence.

Police received another warrant to execute under provisions of the Mental Health Act and apprehended a person believed to be in mental health distress. Police delivered the person to a mental health facility for  assessment.

A vehicle stop resulted in provincial sanctions against the driver for impaired operation of a vehicle.

July 22, 2022

A vehicle stop resulted in Police finding the occupants were breaching release orders in having contact with each other. Further investigation led Police to locating several illicit drugs in their possession. the occupants were taken into custody to await a bail hearing.

July 21, 2022

A fraud was reported involving a person that claimed to be from Amazon. The caller convinced the victim to divulge personal information and download apps to their phone which provided access to their device.

Police responded to a domestic disturbance and determined a female had been assaulted by a male. Police arrested the male and held him in custody for bail hearing.

July 20, 2022

A break and enter occurred to an unlocked garage and various tools were stolen.

A business reported a theft of merchandise by an employee. Police are investigating.

Police received a warrant to execute under provisions of the Mental Health Act and apprehended a person believed to be in mental health distress. Police delivered the person to a mental health facility for  assessment.

July 19, 2022

Police received several reports of unlocked vehicles being entered and items being stolen. Please be mindful in securing unattended vehicles and property to avoid loss and inconvenience.

A female was found to be breaching conditions of a previous release order. She was arrested and held in custody for a bail hearing.

A fraud was reported after an item was advertised over social media and purchased via e-transfer. It was later discovered the item and the pick-up address did not exist.

Police responded to a residential disturbance and located several intoxicated subjects having verbal argument.  Police mediated and all parties were separated for the night.

July 18, 2022

A business reported a break and enter to their compound, and a theft from their store occurring in the same day. Police are investigating.

Police were called to an east end compound where one vehicle was stolen and another attempted theft of a vehicle occurred. The business was able to provide video surveillance to assist in the investigation.

Two youths are facing a criminal investigation after taking a vehicle without consent of the owner and causing substantial damage to it.

July 17, 2022

Police attempted a traffic stop with a vehicle noted to be engaged in suspicious activity which resulted in the vehicle fleeing from the city. Police continue to investigate as they have identified one of the occupants.

July 16, 2022

A male and female known to  have several outstanding warrants were observed in a residence. Police negotiations resulted in their peaceful surrender and they were subsequently arrested.

A female reported her male room mate had assaulted her in the home. Police arrested the 48 year old male for assault and determined he also had several outstanding warrants. The male was lodged awaiting a bail hearing.

While conducting licenced premise checks Police discovered a male who was breaching his release conditions. The male was arrested and remanded into custody.

July 15, 2022

Police located a man known to have outstanding warrants. The man was unable to pay his fines and taken into custody.

July 14, 2022

Police received a 911 call of a male in distress and located a 53 year old man was observed to be in mental health crisis. The man and was apprehended under the Mental Health Act and left in the care of mental health resources.

Police received a complaint of a male that was knocking on the windows of a residence. Police located the 24 year old male and determined he was beaching conditions of a previous release from custody. He was arrested and brought before a Justice of the Peace where he was granted cash bail.

July 13, 2022

A man requested assistance in removing an intoxicated female from his residence. Police determined the 32 year old female was causing a disturbance in the home and was arrested to prevent further breach of peace.

An east side business reported a male was trying to steal property form their business. Police located the 28 year old male who was intoxicated by drugs and found to have outstanding warrants. The male was arrested and lodged for a bail hearing.

Police were called to a disturbance in a residence where they located a male with outstanding warrants. The male was arrested and later released to appear in court.

July 12, 2022

A garage was broken into and numerous tools and ATV’s were stolen. Police are investigating several leads.

A 48 year old man was arrested for assault following an investigation of an incident that occurred during Jaywalker’s Jamboree. He was later released from custody to appear in court.

July 11, 2022

Police responded to a residential disturbance where a 22 year old male was found to be grossly intoxicated, breaking windows, and throwing objects out of the dwelling.  The male did not reside at the home and was determined to have outstanding warrants. The male was arrested and lodged in holding cells.

A collision was reported after a vehicle struck a building in the downtown area. No injuries were sustained and Police are investigating.

A west end business reported a male and female were stealing merchandise from the store. Investigation determined a 44 year old male and 34 year old female had stolen $700 in products which they stashed in their backpacks and bulky clothing. The male was also found to be breaching previous release conditions.   Both were arrested and later released for a court appearance facing theft and breach charges.

July 10, 2022

Police received a report of a hit and run collision where evidence from the offending vehicle was left on scene. Police later located the suspect vehicle and determined it was stolen the previous night from a parking lot in Camrose.

Police responded to a business panic alarm and found two males had entered with face coverings and stole merchandise before fleeing. The investigation continues with potential suspects identified.

July 9, 2022

A business reported a break and enter to their locked compound. Police found that a catalytic converter was stolen from a company vehicle during the break-in.

July 8, 2022

A downtown business reported a customer had their purse had been stolen while in the store. Police investigation identified a 36 year old Camrose female was responsible and charges are pending.

July 7, 2022

Police conducted a traffic stop after observing a vehicle drive over the curb and fail to maintain center of lane.  The 42 year old driver was found to be grossly intoxicated and unwilling to provide to provide a roadside alcohol screening. The male was arrested and charged for impaired driving and other provincial offences.

July 6, 2022

An east end business reported an attempted break and enter into their business in the early hours.  A male was noted on surveillance checking all the doors.  The male was operating a brown Ford truck that had fled on Police earlier in the day.

July 5, 2022

Police received a complaint of a break and enter into a residence.  Members attended and determined a male entered the main floor of a suite and began assaulting two females after he was confronted.  The male damaged 2 televisions, a door and a cell phone.  The male was arrested and charged with assault x2 and mischief.

Police responded to a 911 domestic violence complaint.  Members attended the residence and determined that the male had assaulted the female by punching, biting and choking her.  There were visible injuries to the female’s body and face.  The male was arrested for assault causing bodily harm x2, assault x2, utter threats and breaching his conditions.  The male is being held awaiting a JIR hearing.

 

July 4, 2022

911 received multiple calls about a garage fire.  Camrose Fire attended and was able to put out the fire.  Fire was determined to be an electrical issue.

Police received a report that unknown persons had opened up 2 EPCOR accounts under a defrauded name.  A collection agency was contacting the individual looking for $5000 payment.  This matter is still under investigation.

911 call received of a two-vehicle collision at 51 avenue and 53 street.  It was determined that one of the vehicles failed to stop at the stop sign resulting in contact between the vehicles.  One of the vehicles hit the curb and rolled onto its roof.  No injuries in the collision.  Violations tickets issued for fail to stop at a stop sign.

July 3, 2022

Police were called to a disturbance between a male and a female.  During the dispute the female bit the male and then left the residence.  Both parties were separated for the evening and no charges were laid.

A concerned citizen reported that a dog at large had bit her on the back side unprovoked after it had escaped from its yard.  The dog was not registered.  The owner was advised about quarantine requirements for the dog and issued a ticket for unregistered dog.

July 2, 2022

A stolen KIA soul was located in the west end of Camrose.  Members located a male and female occupant inside the vehicle and both were arrested.  The male was charged with possession of stolen property.  The male was also out on warrants for various drug related charges from Edmonton.

July 1, 2022

Police received a complaint from a concerned citizen that his white ford F350 was stolen from a locked compound. Police are still investigating this matter

A downtown business reported that the lock was cut to a storage shed in the back of the property.  Video surveillance obtained.

June 30, 2022

Police were patrolling on Mount Pleasant Drive and noted a vehicle that was stolen out of Leduc.  Inside the vehicle police located three stolen plate, tools and documents belonging to a local male.  Charges to be laid against the male.

Police received a front counter complaint from a citizen indicating that sometime overnight his catalytic converter to his Chevy Avalanche had been cut.  The vehicle was parked in a west end business.

June 29, 2022

Police made attempts to pull over a motorcycle driving 110 km/hr on Camrose drive.  Driver fled from Police at high rates of speed.  This matter is still under investigation.

While on patrol, police located an older white GMC truck behind an east end business.  When the truck observed Police, it fled town at a high rate of speed.  This matter is also still under investigation

June 28, 2022

A downtown business reported that and older orange and white tent trailer was stolen from its parking lot.  Surveillance was obtained and the matter is still under investigation.

A west end business called to report that someone had fired a BB gun into the windows of the business over the weekend.  Matter is being investigated.

June 27, 2022

A concerned citizen contacted Police with video showing 5 youths damaging his solar lights.  Police were able to locate the male responsible who located the solar light and returned it undamaged.  All parties were satisfied with the results.

Police were called to a complaint of extremely intoxicated male banging on a door.  The complainant was concerned for his safety.  Members attended and were unable to reason with intoxicated male.  He was placed under arrested and lodged until sober.

June 26, 2022

Members responded to two domestic complaints throughout the night.  Parties were separate and the situation was mediated.  No violence had occurred in either situation.

A third call from a female reporting she had been assaulted by her ex boyfriend.  It was determined the male suspect broke into her residence and assaulted both her and her male friend.  The suspected later turned himself in and was charged with Break and Enter to commit assault and assault x2.

June 25, 2022

A Camrose male was stopped for speeding.  Regular signs of impairment noted.  The male was issued an IRS suspension for failing.

June 24, 2022

An east end business reported a B&E to its fenced yard.  Various tools had been stolen from his trailer in the shop’s compound.

In the early morning a concerned citizen advised he just caught a male trying to steal his Ford F350 behind his residence.  The male suspect left in a silver car with a handful of occupants including a female driver.  Surveillance obtained and Police have identified a few suspects.  Further investigation required.

June 23, 2022

Police were patrolling and came upon a parked vehicle with the driver slouched over in the driver’s seat.  Vehicle was pinned to prevent a criminal flight.  A female was located in the driver’s seat and was noticeably intoxicated by drugs.  Meth and fentanyl were located on the passenger seat.  The female was arrested and charged with numerous offences.

 

Upon receiving numerous complaints from the public regarding a local business, Smoking Good Times, an investigation was initiated by the Camrose Police Service Major Crimes Unit. The public complaints regarded youth, as young as 13 years of age, being able to purchase cannabis and tobacco products from the business. As the investigation progressed further complaints continued to be received from the public.

The investigation confirmed that the business was selling non-regulated cannabis products, non-regulated cigarettes, and psilocybin (also known as Magic Mushrooms) which is a controlled substance under the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act.

On June 14th, 2022 a search warrant was executed at the business. This search also lead police to a neighboring building which was determined to house most of the illegal products. Further to this, it is believed that this neighboring location was where cannabis products were being packaged and labeled.

During the course of the investigation and the search warrants at the two locations the following was seized:

  • Over 29 pounds of cannabis,
  • 597 different packages of cannabis infused edibles (the majority were packaged to be similar in appearance to known brands of candy and snack foods),
  • 217 THC infused inserts for vaping devices,
  • Over 32,000 individual non-regulated cigarettes (over 1,600 packages),
  • 130 grams of psilocybin,
  • 221 grams of hash, and
  • Over 3,000 in cash.

The business owner Norman Bloomfield (48) and two of his staff members, Natasha Horkoff (29) and Nicolas Auger (27), were charged with several offences under the Criminal Code, the Controlled Dug and Substances Act, and the Cannabis Act.

June 22, 2022

A complainant advised his vehicle was rummaged through while parked at his residence through the night at 4404 block and 66 street close.  The suspect stole a positioning sensor and power converter.  This matter is still under investigation.

A female was arrested on outstanding warrants and released on an Appearance Notice.

June 21, 2022

A Camrose male was arrested on outstanding warrants and was put before a Justice of the Peace for a bail hearing.

A Wetaskiwin male was arrested on outstanding warrants for assault and robbery.  He was released from custody on an Appearance Notice.

A complainant advised of a female was naked and walking around behind the Co-op Gas Bar.  The female was identified by Police and had since put on a bikini top and shorts.  The female was arrested on outstanding warrant and released on an Appearance Notice.

June 20, 2022

Camrose EMS requested Police assistance dealing with a drug overdose. 30 year old male patient, unconscious but breathing.  Determined the male overdosed on heroine, EMS was able to revive him and he was left in the care of EMS.

A female attended the Police Service to report she fell for an email scam and gave a fraudster, posing a Canada Post employee all of her personal information including her Visa number. Stated she got emails from 4 different addresses. When she spoke to an actual employee at Canada Post, she was told she was scammed.  No money lost at this time. RBC Visa cancelled already. She was educated on possible consequences, and advised on how to mitigate the damage.  Just a reminder to all citizens that these scams are still occurring.

Police were called to a dispute involving two males who were yelling at citizens.  It was determined that the two males have dealt with the Police numerous times throughout the past few days concerning camping out on City property.  Males were told to move off of city property.

June 19, 2022

A male was arrested and lodged in cells after he was found walking around grossly intoxicated.  Male was held till sober.

Members were called to a residence and spoke with a female who indicated her ex boyfriend had choked her while she was picking up her child.  After an investigation, the male was arrested and charged with Assault and Utter Threats.  The male was later released with various no contact related conditions.

Camrose Police and Fire responded to a truck fire in the community.  Camrose Fire took over scene and extinguished the flames.  Nothing suspicious was noted, just an old truck.

 

June 18, 2022

A Camrose male was pulled over for a traffic violation and was determined to have outstanding warrants.  The male was arrested and released on an Appearance Notice.

A local west side business called to report that a male was inside the business and was throwing items at customers.  Police located the male and determined he was upset over expired meat.  The male was issued a trespass notice not to return to the business.

A male called 911 to report a female had punched him three times in the face while at a nightclub in Camrose.  The female was not identified or located.

June 17, 2022

A female called Police to report her boyfriend came home with a BB gun and was shooting her inside the house.  Attended the residence and arrested the male for assault with a weapon.

A Camrose resident reported the fire alarms where going off inside the building she lived at.  Both police and Fire attended the address and determined there were no signs of a fire.  The disconnect from the dryer room set off the alarm due to condensation.

 

After a routine traffic stop police arrested the driver for signs of impairment.  The male failed the IRS test and was issued a suspension and a violation for careless driving.

June 16, 2022

Police received a 911 call reporting a male had assaulted a female.  Police attended and determined the male had conditions not to be on the property.  The investigation resulted in the male being charged with forcible confinement, choking to overcome, assault, possession of weapons dangerous, uttering threats and breach of his conditions.

Members conducted a traffic stop and noted the driver to be out past his curfew.  The male was charged with breach of curfew and released on a Appearance Notice

June 15, 2022

Members attended a disturbance between a male and a female,  the male was noted to be banging on the door and using threats.  The situation was mediated and the male was taken back to his residence. No charges necessary.

A local male who is a well-known property criminal was arrested on outstanding warrants for Theft and PSP.

Members were conducting routine patrols and located 4 subjects in an altercation in the downtown core. All subjects were separated. It was determined that two of the males were intoxicated and entered into a consensual fight, both were arrested on scene. All subjects were friends – just intoxicated. During the altercation a door to the business was damaged. One of the males agreed to pay for the damage.  The males were sent on their way.

June 14, 2022

Police responded to a 911 call of a male overdosing inside of his car.  The male was unconscious and breathing.  EMS attended and was able to revive the male.

A local restaurant call to advise one of their managers brought in personal alcohol into the establishment and was drinking the alcohol.  Members attended and the male was immediately argumentative and refused to provide ID.  He was then arrested for obstruction.  The male continued being difficult and it was unable to reason with him.  The business did not wish to pursue a charge and the male employee was later released.  Alcohol was noted to be a factor.

A Camrose male was arrested for child sexual assault.  This matter is still being investigated.

June 13, 2022

An Emergency Protection Order was served on a Camrose male for domestic violence related issues.

A male was arrested and charged with domestic assault.  He was released on an Undertaking with no contact conditions.

Camrose RCMP sent a BOLO regarding an incident in Bawlf, where a male had assaulted his step mother before leaving the residence. RCMP believed that the male was in possession of firearms and that he may be staying at a campground in the Camrose area. Camrose Police located the vehicle and trailer in a local campground. The male was contacted by phone and agreed to come outside with his hands up and he was eventually arrested with no issues.  Investigation turned over the RCMP.

June 12, 2022

On June 9, 2022 the Major Crimes unit executed a Search Warrant on a downtown storage unit.  A 52 year male was located inside the unit and was arrested after Police seized numerous stolen property items, illicit drugs and a firearm.  The male was release on an Undertaking to appear in court on a later date.

While members were tied up, Police received a report of a possible impaired driver leaving an east end business. The vehicle was later located at outside an alcohol establishment. The male driver was found to be showing signs of alcohol consumption. He was given a 24 hr suspension, vehicle towed, and issued a liquor ticket.

June 11, 2022

A domestic violence investigation came to an end resulting in a 21 year old Camrose Male being charged for assault, uttering threats and mischief.

A female attended the Camrose Police Service to report that she had been struck by a vehicle on June 9th while crossing an intersection. She was struck by a 21 year old male and sustained minor injuries.

A home owner in the 5900 block of 43 Ave advised he caught a male attempting to steal his vehicle. The male ran away from the area. Extensive patrols to the area were negative.  Property left on scene by the suspect.  Further investigation required.

June 10, 2022

Police responded to a theft of motor vehicle complaint where at an east end business.  It was determined the vehicle had been stolen overnight.  The vehicle was later located and recovered in Killam, Alberta by the RCMP.  A male who is known to be a prolific offender was arrested and charged accordingly.

June 9, 2022

A west end business reported a theft in progress.  Police located the female suspect and recovered the stolen property.  The female was issued a trespass notice at the request of the business.

Police were called to a disturbance at a residence where a man and woman were involved in an argument.  Police mediated the situation and separated the two for the day.

June 8, 2022

A citizen called Police advising that he came across a male assaulting a female in a treed area on the north end of Camrose.  The citizen reacted quickly to intervene and called 911.  Police attended and arrested the male for assault and determined that he had outstanding warrants from several jurisdictions.  Further investigation determined that the female had been assaulted on another occasion the previous day.  The man was charged accordingly and remains in custody awaiting a bail hearing.

The Camrose Police Service and EMS have responded to two separate fentanyl overdoses in the past two days.  Both incidents, EMS and Police have successfully revived the patients using naloxone.  Police want to remind residents of the dangers of fentanyl usage.

May 29, 2022

A citizen reported that his 2002 white Dodge Ram was stolen from a residence sometime overnight.  Police are investigating.

Police conducted a traffic stop and determined that driver did not have registration or insurance on the vehicle.  The driver was charged accordingly and the vehicle was towed.

Police responded to a mischief complaint where the victim had his passenger window smashed out of his car and vehicle rummaged through during the afternoon.  This matter is under investigation.

May 28, 2022

As a result of an ongoing investigation where a male had used a stolen credit card at several locations within Camrose, Police arrested a 44 year old man.  He was charged with several credit card and stolen property offences.  He was released on an Undertaking to appear in Camrose Provincial Court.

A 61 year old man was arrested in connection with a theft from a business on the west end of Camrose.  He was charged with theft under $5000 and released on an appearance notice.

Police responded to a hit and run collision in Century Meadows where the victim’s vehicle suffered severe damage.  The matter is under investigation.

May 23, 2022

Police received a theft complaint from a west end business where the suspect fled from the store with multiple stolen items.  Police located the man and he was arrested.  The stolen property was returned to the store and the man was charged with theft under $5000.  He was released on an Undertaking.

Police located a man who was found to have outstanding traffic warrants.  He was arrested and released on an Appearance Notice.

May 22, 2022

Police arrested a man who had an outstanding form 21 warrant for his arrest for unpaid fines.  The man paid his fines and was released from custody.

While on patrol, members noted a highly intoxicated man causing problems near a playground.  The man was unable to take care of himself so he was arrested for public intoxication.  He was released without charges once sober.

May 21, 2022

While on patrol members noted a man who was known to have several outstanding warrants from Camrose and multiple RCMP jurisdictions.  The man was arrested and was brought before the Justice of the Peace.  He was remanded and being held in custody.

Police were called to a disturbance inside of a residence where two people were fighting. Police attended and mediated the situation.  No charges were laid.

A complaint was received from a downtown business about a man who entered there store after being sprayed with bear spray in the parking lot.  The man was uncooperative with police but the incident is under investigation.

May 20, 2022

While conducting a checkstop, a male driver displayed signs of impairment.  He failed the roadside breath test and was charged with an IRS Fail under the provincial impaired driving legislation.

Police received two reports of trucks being stolen in the early morning hours of the day.  As a result of the investigation, Police located a man driving one of the stolen trucks.  He was arrested and charged with possession of stolen property over $5000.  Police also determined that he was a suspended driver and was bound by three court orders where he was breaching several of his conditions.  The man had a bail hearing and the Justice of the Peace remanded him into custody.

May 13, 2022

Police received a complaint of a vehicle that was attempted to be stolen causing damage to the ignition.

Police conducted a traffic stop and determined the vehicle did not have registration or insurance.  The driver was charged and the vehicle was towed.

Police attempted to conduct a traffic stop with a black Hyundai Tiburon.  The woman failed to stop and fled from Police at a high rate of speed.  Police are investigating.

May 12, 2022

A citizen reported that their unlocked truck was rummaged through and tools were stolen from inside of the vehicle.

Police have received several complaints of graffiti on several buildings, signs and lamp posts in the downtown area.  Police are investigating.

An east end business reported that their fence was cut and copper wire was stolen from their compound.

While conducting a checkstop, two separate motorists failed the roadside breath test.  Both drivers were issued IRS Fail sanctions and their vehicles were towed.

Police were called to a residence to remove an unwanted guest who was intoxicated.  Police arrested the woman and took her to cells.  She was released once sober without charges.

May 10, 2022

Police received several complaints of three males attempting to get into another male’s vehicle in the area of 48 Avenue and 68 Street. A 61 year old man was arrested after he followed the victim’s vehicle into Camrose, damaged his vehicle and uttered threats towards the male. The man is facing several charges and will be released at a later date to appear in Provincial Court.

A complaint was received that a youth was receiving threats from another youth. Police determined both youths were sending inappropriate text messages to each other and told to cease communication.

A couple contacted police advising they purchased a vehicle through a friend and after receiving the money the woman drove the vehicle out of province and failed to turn the vehicle over to the new owners. The couple were directed to seek a civil case against the woman.

Police received a complaint from a motorhome owner that his catalytic converter was stolen from the vehicle sometime over the weekend.

May 7, 2022

A complaint was received of a suspicious male in an alley. Police attended and located a 42 year old man who was in breach of court order. Search upon arrest located methamphetamine on the man. The man was arrested and later released by a Justice of the Peace to appear in court.

A 19 year old woman was arrested and later released on outstanding warrants.

A 39 year old man and a 36 year old female were arrested for theft at a west end business. The couple were served with a Trespass Notice not to attend the property.

Police arrested a 25 year old man that evaded the police the previous evening. The man was charged and released from custody.

A manager contacted police advising an intoxicated patron was causing problems inside of the business. A 22 year old man was escorted off of the property and into his hotel room.

Police conducted a traffic stop on a 30 year old man. The man was showing signs of impairment and provided a fail reading on a roadside screening device. The male was issued a provincial suspension and his vehicle was towed.

May 6, 2022

Report of an altercation between a male and female. Police located the male in possession of several prohibited firearms and determined the male to have a firearm prohibition. The male was arrested and charged with numerous firearm related offences.

Police conducted checks on a vehicle and determined the vehicle to be stolen. Attempts to stop the vehicle resulted in the suspect fleeing from Police knocking member to the ground causing minor injury. Through investigation Police were able to identify a suspect. Male was located and arrested without incident and charged with numerous offences.

May 5, 2022

Police received a complaint of a male in the Cornerstone area acting strange and bothering patrons of a business.  Members located the male who was determined to have outstanding warrants.  He was arrested and released on an appearance notice to appear in court.

Police arrested a woman with outstanding probation warrants.  The woman had a bail hearing and was released on a Release Order.

A business on the east end reported their 2019 Ford F350 was stolen from their business during business hours.  Police are gathering video evidence in an effort to identify the suspect(s).

A man was arrested on traffic related warrants.  He was released on an appearance notice.

A resident reported her wallet was stolen from her vehicle and her debit card was used several times.  Police are investigating.

Police received a complaint of an impaired driver.  The vehicle was located and the male driver provided a sample of breath that resulted in a fail.  He was issued an IRS fail and his vehicle was towed.

Police were called to a disturbance at a residence where two people were involved in a physical altercation.  Members attended and mediated the situation.

May 4, 2022

Police were called to a disturbance at a residence where two people were involved in a physical altercation.  Members attended to mediate the situation and both parties were separated to avoid further conflict.

A business on the east industrial end reported a break and enter to their compound.  Police are investigating.

A resident at a hotel reported that their license plate was stolen off their vehicle sometime overnight.

A business reported that they had a 1999 red Ford Taurus stolen from their property.

While on patrol, police arrested a man with outstanding warrants.  He was released on an appearance notice.

May 3, 2022

A woman called 911 advising of an altercation between a couple inside an apartment building. Police attended and mediated the situation.

Police attended a complaint where a female advised her boyfriend attended her residence contrary to a trespass notice. Members attended and the male left prior to police arrival.

A homeowner called and advised the windows on her vehicle were damaged sometime overnight.

Police received a complaint of a theft of a catalytic converter from a vehicle that was parked in a storage compound.

A 42 year old man was arrested on outstanding warrants for his arrest. The male was released on documents to appear in Provincial Court.

May 2, 2022

Police a residence where family were arguing inside of the residence. Police mediated the situation.

A woman called and advised her ex-boyfriend was harassing her by sending her unwanted texts and phone calls. The male was contacted and told to cease communication.

Police attended a complaint of a male walking and was grossly intoxicated. A 36 year old man was located and arrested.

April 30, 2022

A homeowner reported his license plate was stolen off of his vehicle sometime during the night.

A west end business called stating a male was on the property and was refusing to leave. Police located the 33 year old man who refused to leave and resisted arrest. The man was transported to by police to get assistance with his mental health.

Police received a call of a woman who was intoxicated and needed assistance. The woman was spoken to and agreed to seek local supports.

A call was received of a collision at a west end business where a vehicle collided into the building and several objects in the parking lot. Police attended and spoke with the male driver who advised his accelerator stuck resulting in the collision. The vehicle was towed from scene.

Police attended a downtown liquor establishment where a male was assaulted inside of the business. The victim was located and refused to cooperate with police.

April 29, 2022

A woman called police advising her boyfriend was refusing to leave her residence and throwing items around the residence. Police attended and the 58 year old male left prior to police arrival. The woman was provided local support options.

Police received a 911 call of a male causing problems at the golf course. A 37 year old man was located and escorted off of the property. The man was further issued a two year Trespass Notice for his behaviour.

A complaint was received of a male yelling inside of his suite. Police spoke with a 51 year old man who advised he was yelling while on the telephone. The male agreed to stop his behaviour.

A homeowner called advising a woman was yelling and screaming outside of a residence in the area of 52A Street and 50 Avenue. A 30 year old woman was located and she agreed to go home for the night.

Police stopped a 38 year old man inside of his vehicle for equipment violations. The man was arrested for outstanding warrants and later released to appear in provincial court.

Police conducted a Check Stop and spoke with a male driver. The male provided a Fail on the roadside screening device. The male driver was issued with a provincial suspension and his vehicle was towed.

April 26, 2022

A local business report a work truck was stolen from their locked compound.

A female reported being victim of fraud after purchasing a vacation on-line. Police are investigating the matter, and also caution anyone to ensure legitimacy when committing to on-line transactions.

Police arrested a Camrose man for assaulting another male with a weapon. The male was charged with assault and weapons offenses, and brought before a Justice of the Peace. The male was later released with conditions.

April 25, 2022

Police arrested 2 males for outstanding warrants during unrelated traffic stops.

A resident reported his vehicle window had been shattered while parked in front of his residence. Police are investigating.

April 24, 2022

A 19 year old Camrose male was issued a 24 hour licence suspension after Police entered into an impaired by drug investigation.

Police responded to a residence where an altercation between two males had been reported. The situation, which stemmed from a property dispute, was mediated and the males agreed to cease contact.

A well being request was received for a male youth who had left his residence and family was unable to locate him. The youth was eventually found to be with friends.

April 23, 2022

Police assisted a Camrose social support group in mediating a disturbance. A 23 year old woman was removed and alternate support resources were arranged.

A male was reported missing by a family member. Police assisted and he was later located with no concern for his wellbeing.

Police responded to a 911 call for a female in medical distress. Upon arrival at the residence Police found the female had sustained serious injury from an assault by male, who was determined to be her common-law. Police investigation resulted in the man being arrested and held in custody to face a bail hearing for aggravated assault and weapons charges.

April 22, 2022

A complaint of theft was received after a man found his work truck had been broken into and tools stolen while it was parked in the street next to his house.

A local Outreach resource requested assistance with an intoxicated female from their building.  Police removed the female who found accommodation elsewhere for the night.

Police located a Camrose man known to have outstanding warrants. He was arrested and later released to appear in court.

April 21, 2022

Police were called to a disturbance between a male and female and determined they were arguing about a property dispute. The situation was mediated and both parties separated until the issue could be civilly resolved.

A man reported being the victim of vandalism after he observed damage to his property caused by thrown objects. The young  persons responsible were identified and the matter is still under investigation.

April 20, 2022

A vehicle owner reported that someone had attempted to steal her unlocked vehicle parked on her property on 46 street in the 4600 block. Police are reviewing video in attempts to identify the suspect.

A male requested Police assistance with the removal of an intoxicated and unwanted house guest. Police attended and the situation was mediated.

April 19, 2022

Police received an out of province phone call from a mother who advised that her daughter was being assaulted by her roommate in Camrose. Police attended the home and it was determined that a verbal argument rather than an assault had occurred. The female was in the process of moving and left the residence.

Police received numerous 911 calls from a female regarding a property issue. The situation was mediated and the female was served a trespass notice not to return to the residence.

A witness reported a vehicle being operated without a licence plate. A few hours later Police observed the vehicle and after the driver attempted to evade Police a traffic stop was conducted. Several traffic violation tickets were issued to the male driver including operating a motor vehicle without a licence plate, operating an unregistered and uninsured motor vehicle, operating a vehicle without a driver’s licence in possession and failing to stop for a Peace Officer.

April 16, 2022

A traffic stop resulted in a male driver being charged with operating an unregistered and uninsured motor vehicle.

Police received a 911 call from a male advising of a female who needed medical assistance. Police along with EMS attended the residence and the female was transported to St. Mary’s hospital on what was determined to be a drug overdose.

April 14, 2022

Curb the Danger. Police received multiple 911 calls reporting a silver car that was swerving all over the road. While Police were attempting to locate the vehicle it struck a curb which flattened a tire. The male driver was spoken to by Police and determined that he was in mental distress. The 48 year old from Airdrie was transported to St. Mary’s hospital by EMS.

An employee at a west end business reported a suspicious male in the parking lot. Police located the male who matched the description of a suspect from a previous theft. The male was identified and charges are pending once the investigation is completed.

April 13, 2022

A male reported that his common-law took his vehicle and then crashed into another parked vehicle. Video surveillance of the collision was reviewed and the female was charged with taking a vehicle without consent, fail to remain at the scene of a collision and operating a motor vehicle without a licence.

A business in the Cornerstone shopping district reported an aggressive customer who was being abusive toward staff. Police attended and the male was removed from the property.

April 12, 2022

A female attended Police headquarters to report that her mother had been scammed out of approximately $8000 while attempting to purchase a dog on the internet. The mother had also provided personal information which allowed the scammer access to her bank account. Police are investigating.

Police received a phone call from staff at a convenience store regarding a female who was hysterical and hyperventilating. Police along with EMS attended and the female was transported to St. Mary’s hospital for assessment.

A grocery store reported a theft which had occurred earlier in the day. The male suspect was identified through video surveillance and charges are pending.

April 11, 2022

A traffic stop resulted in a male driver being charged with driving while suspended.

A traffic stop was conducted on a vehicle with a plate that didn’t match. The male driver was charged with misuse of a licence plate and operating an unregistered and uninsured motor vehicle.

Police received several 911 calls reporting a hit & run in the cornerstone parking lot. It was determined that a male operating a Chev pick-up truck intentionally crashed into a Ram pick-up truck with enough force to cause airbag deployment. The suspect vehicle which was leaking fluids fled the scene but was tracked down by Police abandoned on the side of the road. The male suspect later turned himself in where he was arrested and charged with dangerous driving and assault with a weapon. The male driver admitted that he had a disagreement with the other driver and intentionally hit the other vehicle.

April 10, 2022

Police attended to a parking lot after receiving a report of two males who were involved in a physical fight. One of the males had thrown a beer bottle though two vehicle windows. The male was charged with mischief.

Police attended a residence to assist with a female who was reported to be out of control inside the home. The situation was mediated and the two individuals separated for the evening.

April 9, 2022

Police received a report of a female passed out behind the steering wheel of her vehicle on 48th avenue. Police attended and the driver was charged with two counts of possession of a controlled substance after a quantity of methamphetamine and GHB were located. The female was also issued a 24 hour driving suspension and her vehicle seized.

Staff from a store advised that they had just assembled a CCM mountain bike and briefly left the bike unattended outside. When they returned the bicycle had been stolen. Police later located a male riding the bicycle and seized the property. The store is confirming the serial number and charges are pending.

A traffic stop resulted in a male driver failing a roadside screening test. The male received an immediate roadside sanction which carries a $1000 fine, a 90 day drivers licence suspension and a 30 day vehicle seizure.

April 8, 2022

A storage shed on the Bethany property was broken into and a Stihl backpack blower and about 60 litres of fuel was stolen.

A city employee reported that the fence to their storage compound had been cut and several tools had been stolen. Police are reviewing video surveillance and attempting to identify the male suspect.

Police assisted at a fast food restaurant where a former disgruntled employee was causing issues. The male was issued a trespass notice and left the property without further incident.

Police are reviewing video surveillance after a male left a music store with a guitar valued at $900.

A male reported that overnight about $60,000 worth of specialized pipe testing equipment was stolen from his company vehicle while parked at the hotel he was staying at. Police are investigating.

April 7, 2022

Police received multiple calls in relation to a disturbance at an address on Mount Pleasant Drive. Police attended where a male was inside the home acting in an erratic out of control behavior. After a lengthy negotiation Police entered the suite and arrested the male. EMS attended and transported the male to the hospital.

An east end business reported the theft of a catalytic converter from a customer’s vehicle.

A traffic stop of a vehicle that was exceeding the speed limit resulted in the male driver being charged with operating an unregistered and uninsured motor vehicle.

Police responded to a 911 call where a female could be heard screaming in the background. Police attended the home where the female was in a verbal argument with her male partner. The female who was also high on illicit drugs was uncooperative and arrested to prevent further breach of the peace.

April 5, 2022

A male reported that someone had stolen about 30 feet of wire from their jobsite. The wire is valued at approximately $1000.

An east end business reported that three catalytic converters had been stolen off their vehicles.

Police responded to a noise complaint from a residence on Mount Pleasant Drive. A male and female who were both high on illicit drugs were treated by EMS.

Police were advised that a white car had backed into the side of an apartment building. Police located the vehicle and tracked down the driver who had an outstanding warrant out of Red Deer. The female was arrested and held for a bail hearing. The female also received a violation ticket for driving without a licence.

April 4, 2022

Police were advised of a collision where the male driver appeared to be unconscious. As Police arrived the male was observed running from the collision scene. After a short foot pursuit Police caught up to the male who then resisted his arrest. The male was charged with operating an uninsured motor vehicle, driving while suspended, obstruction and resisting arrest.

A female contacted Police after observing a male attempting to steal her neighbour’s motorcycle. The female provided a description of the male and Police located the suspect nearby. The male resisted his arrest and was charged with theft, resisting arrest and assaulting a Peace officer.

Police received a 911 call in relation to a single vehicle collision on 54 avenue in the playground zone. Police attended and the male driver provided a sample of his breath resulting in a fail reading. The driver was issued an immediate roadside suspension and checks further indicated that the male had an outstanding form 21 warrant out of Lloydminster where he owed $2875. The male was arrested and remanded into custody as he was unable to pay his fine.

April 1, 2022

An east end business reported that a male had just stolen 6 knives and two BB pistol guns. Staff provided a description of the suspect vehicle along with the license plate. Video surveillance was also reviewed by Police and the suspect identified. The vehicle was located on the west end of Camrose but the suspect had been previously dropped off. The male suspect is facing charges of theft and possession of stolen property.

A traffic stop on a vehicle resulted in the female driver being charged with operating an uninsured motor vehicle. The female provided Police with a valid insurance card but when Police called the insurance company it was confirmed that the Police had been cancelled by the owner.

March 31, 2022

An east end business called police advising a male entered the business and left the store with multiple unpaid items. Police obtained video surveillance to identify the suspect.

Police responded to a disturbance in a west end parking lot. A 50 year old woman and a 73 year old man were arguing over a bill to be paid. Both were intoxicated and separated for the evening.

March 29, 2022

Police responded to several complaints of a male and female yelling at each other inside of an apartment complex. Members attended and mediated the situation, until the female removed her property from the home.

A complaint was received from a west end business of a woman stealing property from the store. The woman was arrested and later given a Trespass Notice.

Police responded to a complaint from a mother stating her son was intoxicated inside of the home and refusing to leave. The 18 year old man was removed from the home with no issues.

A complaint was received of a woman and a man arguing in the area of 45 Avenue and 68 Street. Police attended and mediated the disagreement. The woman agreed to seek alternative living arrangements.

March 28, 2022

Police responded to a complaint of an intoxicated couple arguing inside of their residence. A 29 year old woman and a 27 year old man were arrested for prevention of breach of peace. They were later released from custody.

A 37 year old woman was stopped in her vehicle and determined to be a suspended driver. The woman was issued documents to attend court and her vehicle was towed.

A complaint was received of an impaired driver on Camrose Drive. A 54 year old woman was determined to be under the influence of alcohol. The woman was issued a provincial suspension and her vehicle was towed.

Police attended a disturbance between a 31 year old intoxicated woman and her 45 year old common-law. The woman was causing issues inside of the residence and was removed.

An apartment manager contacted police advising of an intoxicated female outside of the apartment and look disoriented. A 32 year old woman was located and left in the care of her family.

March 27, 2022

A woman called police to remove her common-law that was causing problems inside of the residence. The male left without any issues.

A business owner called police advising a woman was causing problems inside of the building. Police attended and arrested the woman. The woman was later released when sober.

March 26, 2022

A 64 year old woman was arrested after she was caught shoplifting from a west end business. The woman was issued with a Trespass Notice.

Police received a 911 call advising a female and a male were arguing with each other in the downtown area. The couple were located and the intoxicated male was argumentative and refusing to cooperate with police. He was arrested and lodged until sober.

March 25, 2022

Police were dispatched to a residence to remove a female who was causing issues inside the home. The female was arrested on multiple outstanding warrants out of Wetaskiwin and is in custody waiting on a bail hearing.

A traffic stop resulted in a male being charged with operating an unregistered and uninsured motor vehicle.

Police attended St. Mary’s hospital to assist staff with an uncooperative male. The male who was high on illicit drugs was refusing to enter the hospital from the ambulance bay. The situation was mediated and he was left in the care of the ER staff and hospital security.

A male turned himself in on an outstanding warrant and later released after his bail hearing. The male was also issued a violation ticket for fighting in a public place in relation to an incident the day prior.

March 24, 2022

A male was located and arrested on outstanding warrants. He was released to appear in Camrose Provincial Court.

Police received a complaint from a woman advising her intoxicated sister is causing problems inside of her residence. Members attended and arrested the sister on outstanding warrants. She was later released when sober.

A woman and her common-law husband were yelling at each other in the downtown area. Members attended and mediated the dispute. Both were separated from each other for the evening.

March 23, 2022

Police received a call from a woman advising her husband and her are arguing inside of their residence. Members attended and the woman had plans to leave the residence and separate from the relationship. Police mediated the incident.

A complaint was received of a male and female yelling at each other in the downtown area. Police attended and the couple was separated for the evening.

March 22, 2022

An elderly driver reported that she had struck a pedestrian after the male who was wearing dark clothing walked out from behind a parked car. The male who was wearing headphones stated he did not see or hear her coming, advised that he was fine and left the scene. The impact with the pedestrian left damage to the vehicle’s front bumper, hood and windshield.

Police received numerous 911 calls of a domestic inside a residence on Mount Pleasant Drive. It was determined that the couple got into a verbal argument involving their children. The couple were separated for the night and children services was advised of the incident.

March 21, 2022

A male reported that his Daymak electric bicycle had been stolen from his garage on 63 street in the 4400 block. The owner had not checked on his bike since January so unsure of when the theft had occurred.

Staff from a business in the east end industrial area contacted Police after viewing live feed video of a male driving a white pick-up truck that was checking out their property. Police attended and the vehicle fled at a high rate of speed. Police are reviewing video surveillance and attempted to identify the male.

March 20, 2022

A male reported that his elderly father had be defrauded in excess of $270,000 in a lottery scam. Police are investigating.

The owner of a pick-up truck reported that a male in a blue jacket had just attempted to steal his vehicle. Police were unable to locate the suspect.

March 19, 2022

Mental health crisis line contacted Police regarding a male who was making threats to harm himself. Police and EMS attended the residence and the male was transported to St. Mary’s hospital.

A local bar contacted Police in relation to an intoxicated male who was being belligerent and refusing to leave. The male had left prior to Police arrival but was located a short distance away. The grossly intoxicated male was taken to his mother’s home but shortly after Police had to return as he was causing issues. The male was arrested to prevent further breach of the peace and released when sober.

March 17, 2022

The owner of a light brown 2003 Ford pick-up reported that her vehicle had been stolen overnight while parked in the alley on 50 avenue in the 5300 block.

Police received several calls of a disorientated male in the area of Chester Ronning School. The male ran when he observed Police but was arrested a short distance away. The male who was high on illicit drugs was arrested for public intoxication and lodged until sober.

A female reported that she had been defrauded out of approximately $10,000. Her bank had advised her of some suspicious transactions involving crypto currency which she had no knowledge of.

March 16, 2022

A male turned himself in on outstanding warrants out of Edmonton. The male is in custody waiting on a bail hearing.

A male is facing charges of Uttering Threats and Criminal Harassment as a result of his recent activities in relation to his ex-common law.

Police attended the Smith Clinic after receiving a report of a male who was causing a disturbance. The male was escorted off the property.

March 15, 2022

A male attended the Police station to turn himself in on outstanding warrants. The vehicle the male arrived in was determined to have been stolen out of Edmonton. The registered owner was contacted and she attended the Police station to retrieve her vehicle but did not want charges laid. The male was remanded into custody in relation to his outstanding warrant.

A male at an east end business reported the attempted theft of a catalytic converter from one of their large diesel vehicles.

Staff at a west end grocery store apprehended a shoplifter and contacted Police. Charges were not laid but a 5 year trespass notice was issued to the 63 year old female.

Police were searching for a male after concerns were raised for his personal safety. The male was located and advised he made comments to the other party out of frustration for the situation he was in. The male who had no place to stay was provided with a one night stay at a local hotel.

A male reported that someone had stolen the tires from the back of his pick-up truck while parked on 43 avenue in the 5800 block. The suspect left the scene in an older red GM model truck.

March 9, 2022

At around 2:00 in the afternoon a female contacted Police to advise that someone had attempted to steal her vehicle. The female’s husband confronted the suspect who pulled out a knife but then fled the scene. There was a significant time delay before Police were notified of the incident. An extensive search was conducted but the suspect was not located. Police are following up on possible leads.

March 8, 2022

A vehicle owner advised that her black 2018 Nissan Rogue was stolen from the parking lot of her hotel overnight.

A male advised that there were three suspicious $2600 transactions on his credit card. Police obtained details of the occurrences and are investigating along with the credit card company.

A male sent a $2500 eTransfer as a deposit on a vehicle that he seen advertised on Kijiji. When the male attended the Stony Plain address provided by the seller, the homeowner had no knowledge of anyone selling a vehicle. The “seller” is no longer answering the phone number provided and checks are being made through the bank if the transaction can be traced.

The owner of a 2004 Ford F350 reported that overnight someone had attempted to steal the vehicle as the door locks had been damaged.

Police attended St. Mary’s hospital after staff advised that a male had attended the ER with a stab wound to the chest. The intoxicated male was uncooperative with Police on how the injury had occurred. Police are following up with the male to determine how the injury occurred and who caused the injury.

March 7, 2022

A male reported that someone had broken into his detached garage on 63 street in the 4300 block and a leaf blower was stolen.

A traffic stop on a vehicle resulted in the owner being charged with operating an unregistered and uninsured motor vehicle. The vehicle was towed from the roadway.

March 5, 2022

Police conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle for an equipment violation. The driver provided a sample of her breath as part of a mandatory alcohol screening resulting in a caution reading. This resulted in her licence being suspended for 3 days, her vehicle being seized for 3 days and a $300 fine.

Police located a suspicious Chevrolet Avalanche and checks revealed that it had been stolen from Paintearth county. The vehicle was seized and the registered owner contacted.

March 2, 2022

While conduced patrols Police observed a male known to have an outstanding warrant. During his arrest Police found the male to be in possession of pepper spray. During the arrest another male was observed running from Police and during his arrest a knife was located contrary to his conditions. Both men were changed with weapon violations.

A female reported that some of her tools had been stolen while in storage. Two Makita grinders, a Makita sander and various other items had been stolen. Police are investigating the theft.

March 1, 2022

An east end business reported the theft of a catalytic converter from a motorhome. The suspects had jumped the fence to the compound to gain entry.

Police received multiple calls regarding a male walking by the Ford dealership without any shoes. Police identified the male and contacted family to assist.

A 2018 grey Honda Civic was stolen from an address on Mount Pleasant Drive. The owner had accidently left his keys in the door to his apartment overnight allowing the suspect to then steal the vehicle. The owner’s wallet was also left inside his vehicle and the suspect had used his debit card. Police are investigating.

A male reported that his parked vehicle had been involved in a hit & run. A neighbor had observed a male picking up broken vehicle pieces and going into a residence across the street. Police attended the address and the male admitted to being the person who had caused the damage.

A male reported he accepted a $2800 cheque for payment of a computer that he was selling. The day after depositing the cheque the bank advised that it was fraudulent. Police are investigating.

Staff at a grocery store reported that a male had stolen approximately $1000 worth of groceries and left in a gold colored Ford Explorer. Police are reviewing video surveillance.

A 911 call was received from a homeowner advising someone had driven through her fence and was attempting to drive away. Police attended and located the male who had borrowed a family member’s vehicle but did not have a driver’s license. The male was given several tickets and the vehicle was towed.

While conducted patrols Police observed a vehicle drive over a median and then almost strike several parked cars. The vehicle was stopped and the male driver showed signs of impairment by drugs. The male was also found to be in possession of a significant quantity of marihuana. A drug recognition expert conducted a test on the male which he failed. The male received an immediate roadside sanction and charged with possession of a controlled substance. A female passenger was additional charged with possession of a controlled substance after Police located a quantity of unmarked pills.

A traffic stop of a vehicle was conducted in the cornerstone shopping district after Police observed a can being thrown from the vehicle. The male driver was found to be in possession of break-in-tools, a baton and a small amount of illicit drugs. The items were seized and the 32 year old driver was issued several traffic safety act violations.

A father advised that his adult son was causing issues in his apartment. Police attended and arrested the 22 year old on an outstanding warrant. He was later released on an appearance notice.

February 28, 2022

An employee advised that 4 batteries and a licence plate were stolen from their work trucks while parked on their property in the east end industrial area.

February 26, 2022

A male was arrested on an outstanding Form 21 warrant. The male was released after he paid the associated $3475 fine.

A female reported that a large amount of cash was stolen from her unlocked vehicle. The female had gone into a store for 5 minutes and when she returned the cash was missing from her console.

A male reported that his Jiffy ice auger had been stolen out of the back of his pick-up truck while parked on 44a ave in the 6300 block.

February 25, 2022

A traffic stop resulted in a male driver being charged with operating an uninsured and unregistered motor vehicle. The male was confrontational with Police but was served with the applicable violation tickets and his vehicle was towed.

A male turned himself in on several outstanding warrants and was later released by a justice of the peace with a new date to appear in court.

February 23, 2022

Police received a 911 call from a female stating that she had just been assaulted by her ex-partner and was sitting in her car. Police attended her location and determined that the assault had actually occurred days prior in another county. The female was distraught and was taken to St. Mary’s hospital and the RCMP were advised of the occurrence for follow-up.

Police received a 911 regarding a male who threw a female down the stairs. Police and EMS attended the residence where the male was arrested and the female was taken to St. Mary’s hospital for her injuries. The female was unsure if she wanted to pursue charges. The male was released from custody and charges are pending.

Police attended a home after receiving a 911 call that a female was intoxicated and making comments to harm herself. Police and EMS attended but the female was uncooperative and had to be arrested to prevent further breach of the peace. She was later released without charges into the care of another adult.

Police attended yet another home after receiving a complaint of a male who was yelling and slamming doors. The intoxicated male was arrested to prevent further breach of the peace. He was later released without charges.

A female advised that her shed had been broken into sometime over the last couple of days. The lock had been damaged but it doesn’t appear that anything had been stolen.

Police located a male who was responsible for an assault which had occurred the previous day. The male was arrested and is in custody waiting on a bail hearing.

February 21, 2022

A traffic stop on a vehicle was conducted which had an improper license plate. The male driver was issued several traffic tickets and his vehicle was towed from the roadway.

February 18, 2022

Staff at a west end business reported that a male had left their store without paying for a shopping cart full of merchandise. Police were unable to locate the suspect and are reviewing video surveillance to identify the male.

Police received a 911 hang-up call from a residence where yelling could be heard in the background. Police attended the home where a couple was having a verbal disagreement. The two individuals were separated for the night.

A 911 call resulted in Police located a female who had caused harm to herself. EMS attended and the female was transported to St. Mary’s hospital.

February 16, 2022

Alberta health services contacted Police following a phone conversation they had with a male who advised he had taken several pills and wanted more information on how he can cause further harm to himself. Police attended the residence and the male was transported to St. Mary’s hospital and later to the Centennial Center in Ponoka.

A woman from the United States contacted Police in relation to a female she was video chatting with who appeared to be very groggy and believed that she had taken several pills. Police attended the home and the woman who was in need of medical attention was transported to St. Mary’s hospital.

Police received several 911 calls from a residence on 48 street in the 4800 block and upon arrival located two intoxicated individuals who were having a disagreement. The one aggressor was arrested to prevent further breach of the peace and later released without charges.

Police located an abandoned vehicle which was determined to have been stolen out of Lloydminster in January. The same vehicle had fled from Police on the weekend during an attempted traffic stop.

February 15, 2022

Police attended to a residence on 54 street in the 5300 block after receiving a report of two previously evicted people who had returned to the property. While on scene Police located a utility trailer in a shed which had been stolen earlier in the month. The trailer which contained multiple tires and a large air compressor was seized

A vehicle owner advised that someone had attempted to steal her vehicle while parked on Mt. Pleasant Drive. The steering column was broken and the ignition had been tampered with.

A storage shed at a school had been broken into sometime over the last couple months. A backpack blower, Cub Cadet lawnmower, Craftsman snowblower and Ariens motorized snow brush had all been stolen.

February 14, 2022

A male was charged with assault after he punched his roommate in the face following a verbal argument. The victim had received treatment at St. Mary’s hospital and the suspect was released on an undertaking with conditions.

An attempted traffic stop resulted in a vehicle fleeing from Police. The vehicle was a yellow flat-bed dually truck and Police are following up on leads to identify the driver.

February 13, 2022

Police and EMS attended a residence after being notified that the person residing there may have tried to harm herself. The female who had taken a large amount of pills was transported to St. Mary’s hospital.

A male suspect in a domestic assault was located by Police and charged with uttering threats and assault. He was later released on an undertaking with conditions.

February 12, 2022

A female reported that her brown Chevrolet Impala had been stolen from 44 street in the 5000 block. The vehicle had been left idling with the keys in the ignition and doors unlocked. The vehicle was later located abandoned along Mount Pleasant Drive.

A silver Chevrolet truck which had been stolen earlier in the day was located in an alley off of 51 street in the 5200 block with significant damage to the front of the vehicle. Police are investigating.

St. Mary’s hospital requested assistance with a male who was throwing items around the room. Police assisted the staff until the issue was resolved.

February 10, 2022

A resident reported that a truck and trailer had just ran over his fence. The resident was able to stop the male driver who then left the scene. Police are following up with the registered owner.

A stolen Ford F350 was located abandoned behind a building on 51 ave in the 4700 block. The vehicle which had been stolen out of Saskatchewan was seized and registered owner notified.

A male reported that his black 2003 GMC Jimmy had been stolen overnight from the Augustana parking lot.

A female turned herself in on an outstanding warrant and was released immediately after paying her fine.

February 8, 2022

A black enclosed 14 foot trailer was stolen from a construction site at 6205 26 avenue overnight. The trailer has a Katera logo on each side, checker plate on the front, fold down side and car ramps.

A male reported that he left his phone on the table at a local bar and he now noticed that purchases had been made from his Wish and Amazon accounts. Police are investigating.

Police received a report of the overnight theft of an 8 foot utility trailer from 6308 42 avenue.

February 2, 2022

A business in the downtown area contacted Police to report that their business had been broken into. Video surveillance showed a pick-up truck ramming their overhead door. The suspect operating the stolen vehicle used to gain entry was already in custody so he was additionally charged with break & enter.

An employee reported that on Friday night someone had stolen approximately 150 liters of fuel, a large clevis and two tow straps from their company vehicle.

February 1, 2022

A female requested Police conduct a check on her friend who had posted a picture of herself on Facebook showing an injury to her face. Police attended where the female admitted that she had been assaulted by her boyfriend. The boyfriend was arrested for assault causing bodily harm while the female was taken to St. Mary’s hospital for treatment. The male is in custody waiting on a bail hearing.

At 2:00 AM Police observed a stolen vehicle and when a traffic stop was attempted it fled east out of Camrose at a high rate of speed. The vehicle was followed at a distance until it got stuck in a ditch just east of Ohaton. The male fled on foot into the bush but Police had the area surrounded. The male who was not dressed for the weather surrendered due to the onset of frostbite and hypothermia and was immediately transported to St. Mary’s hospital for treatment. The 36 year old who is also the suspect in two recent thefts from an east end business, is facing charges of dangerous operation of a motor vehicle, flight from a peace officer, possession of break-in tools, two counts of possession of stolen property and two counts of theft. A bail hearing will be conducted once the male is released from hospital.

January 31, 2022

Police received several 911 calls regarding an incident on 48 street in the 5100 block regarding an altercation between two males. It was determined that a male was walking down the center of the road interfering with traffic. A male driver confronted the intoxicated pedestrian and an altercation occurred resulting in the pedestrian falling down and hitting his head. EMS attended and the male was transported to St. Mary’s hospital.

Several complaints were received of a male screaming outside 115 Mount Pleasant Drive. Police attended and identified the intoxicated male who had outstanding warrants. The male was arrested and later released with a new court date.

A female reported that an unknown female attended her residence on 50 avenue in the 5200 block and broke her window. Police are investigating.

January 29, 2022

Curb the Danger. A witness contacted Police to report an impaired driver. Police located the vehicle and a traffic stop was conducted. The male driver refused to provide a sample of his breath resulting in the 51 year old receiving an immediate roadside sanction which includes a 90 day driver’s license suspension, a 30 day vehicle seizure and a $1000 fine.

Police assisted at St. Mary’s hospital with an uncooperative patient who was then transported to the Centennial Center in Ponoka.

Police received a complaint of a female screaming on 51 street in the 5200 block. Moments later a 911 call was received from a female who had fallen on her front steps and needed assistance. Police and EMS arrived and the woman was transported to St. Mary’s hospital.

Police attended a collision at the intersection of 48 ave and 50 street where an eastbound vehicle had failed to stop for a red light and struck a northbound vehicle. The driver was charged with failing to obey a traffic control signal.

January 28, 2022

A female reported that someone had applied for and received a credit card through an on-line bank utilizing her social insurance number. Police are investigating.

An east end business reported that a customer stole a Milwaukee Tool Kit from their business. Police are reviewing video surveillance in the area in attempts to identify the male suspect who was operating a greyish brown Ford Explorer.

January 26, 2022

A female reported that she has been held against her will and assaulted by a male at a friend’s residence. The male who was cooperative with Police provided a very different statement of abuse. The property owner confirmed the toxic relationship between the two parties and the investigation continues.

Police received several calls of a male yelling and screaming in the cornerstone area going into and out of several businesses. Police caught up with the male who was in a drug induced psychosis where he had to be detained and arrested to prevent further breach of the peace.

January 20, 2022

A male advised that two propane bottles were stolen from his holiday trailer parked in the alley along Mount Pleasant Drive.

Police received a 911 regarding a male passed out behind the wheel of an idling vehicle. The caller also advised that there was what appeared to be a shotgun beside the driver. Police attended and surrounded the idling vehicle and when the driver awoke he reversed into a parked Police vehicle causing extensive damage. He then tried to flee the scene with a flat tire which had been punctured with a Police deployed spike belt. The male surrendered to Police after getting the stolen vehicle stuck in deep snow. The 33 year old is facing 16 charges including possession of a prohibited firearm, dangerous operation of a motor vehicle, possession of stolen property and flight from Police. The prolific offender is in custody waiting on a bail hearing.

A male reported that his garage on 67 street in the 4100 block had been broken into and multiple antique guns were stolen. Police are investigating.

January 19, 2022

A male reported that he was scammed out of $81,000 in an online Bitcoin investment. The online company went by the name of TradeTheBit.com and simple internet checks revealed several complaints of fraudulent activity involving the company.

A male reported that his detached garage had been entered overnight on 43 avenue in the 6000 block. There were no signs of forced entry and a Dewalt cordless drill was stolen.

A traffic stop resulted in a male being arrested on outstanding warrants and a passenger being charged with transporting open liquor. The male was later released on an appearance notice.

A female attended St. Mary’s hospital after being shot in the face with a pellet gun by her boyfriend. While at the hospital a male who was accompanying her stated that he too was shot by the male earlier in the day. Police located the 33 year old boyfriend who was arrested and charged with two counts of assault with a weapon. The male is in custody waiting on a bail hearing.

Police attended a local bar on a report of a fight between two males. The one male had left prior to Police arrival and a second male was taken to St. Mary’s hospital for treatment for an injury. Police are investigating the incident.

January 18, 2022

A male reported that his father was involved in a lottery scam. The father was spoken to and would not divulge how much money he had paid the scammers.

Police attended the residence of a male after he sent a text which had caused his friend to be concerned for his wellbeing. The male who also happened to have outstanding warrants was arrested and later released and voluntarily taken to St. Mary’s hospital.

During a winter storm a power line in the east end of Camrose failed causing a bright light in the night sky. The power was out for a few hours so temporary stop signs were set up where traffic lights were not functioning.

January 17, 2022

A traffic stop in the downtown area resulted in a male driver being charged with driving while suspended, no insurance, no registration and misuse of a license plate.

A male called 911 to report that his neighbor’s garage was being broken into by two males. Police attended the address but there were no signs of attempted entry which was confirmed by the actual homeowner.

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.