Calgary man charged with impaired driving on Highway 11

RCMP received a 911 call from a complainant advising that a female was intoxicated at a residence

January 10

1:51 a.m. – RCMP received a 911 call from a complainant advising that a female was intoxicated at a residence located on Township Road 370 in Red Deer County and was causing a disturbance.

The 21-year-old female was refusing to remain at the residence and wanted to walk to Spruce View. The complainant advised that she was concerned for the woman’s welfare. Police arrived and transported the female to cells where she was lodged until sober.

January 11

6:17 p.m. – A 72-year-old male is facing charges in relation to a traffic stop on Range Road 13 just south of Sylvan Lake.

The male was stopped roadside by RCMP after the vehicle was observed to be traveling in an erratic pattern. A roadside screening device was utilized and the male was arrested at the scene. The male, a resident of Penhold, is charged with impaired driving and having a blood alcohol level over .08.

January 13

11:37 p.m. – A vehicle stop on Highway 11 resulted in Criminal Code charges against the driver. RCMP initially stopped the driver for speeding; however, the driver exhibited signs of impairment.

Further investigation resulted in a 38-year-old Calgary male being charged with impaired driving and having a blood alcohol level over. 08. He is also charged with speeding and driving while unauthorized under the Traffic Safety Act.

January 14

8:54 p.m. – RCMP attended a mischief complaint at a residence on Lucky Place in Sylvan Lake. A 911 call was received by a female advising that her neighbours were knocking at the door and kicking at it. Police investigated and determined that no assault has taken place and no damage had occurred. The residents were advised to stay off each other’s property and to minimize contact.

10:03 p.m. – A call to RCMP dispatch resulted in police attendance at a residence in Eckville. A caller reported a family dispute between three females. A verbal dispute was escalating and there was concern it may become physical. Police attended and all parties agreed to separate to different rooms in the residence.

A verbal warning was issued that charges would be laid if those involved were not able to resolve the issue and further police attendance was required.

January 16

2:40 p.m. – RCMP were called to the Mac’s store in Sylvan Lake after a report of two youths involved in an assault at that location.

A witness reported seeing one male pushing another and they were last seen heading westbound on Sylvan Drive. Another male was witnessed trying to break up the fight. Patrols were made in the area but the males had departed.

7:52 p.m. – A witness reported two suspicious males attempting to enter a residence on Garden Court in Sylvan Lake. RCMP conducted a patrol and two males matching the witness description were located inside a vehicle near the residence.

They advised police that they heard about a party at that location. One of the males had consumed alcohol and the other did not possess a driver’s license so the keys to the vehicle were confiscated until the owner was sober and able to collect them. The males were instructed to leave the area.


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