Charges laid in alcohol-fuelled domestic dispute

A 911 call was received in regards to a domestic dispute at a residence on Bowman Circle in Sylvan Lake.

November 22

2:03 a.m. – A 911 call was received in regards to a domestic dispute at a residence on Bowman Circle in Sylvan Lake. A young female in the home advised that her dad was assaulting her mother. Two other children were in the home but were unharmed. When police arrived, it was determined that both parties were at fault. A 35-year-old female and a 32-year-old male are each charged with assault. Alcohol was a factor.

5:52 a.m. – Police responded to another 911 call on Highway 11 near Range Road 10 by the bridge. A male dressed in black and not easily visible to passing motorists was walking on the roadway. The 46-year-old male was intoxicated and was picked up by RCMP. He was driven safely to a location in Red Deer.

November 23

12:38 a.m. – A fight at a pub on Lakeshore Drive in Sylvan Lake resulted in a charge being laid against a 29-year-old Sylvan Lake female. The female was involved in an altercation with her 31-year-old former common law spouse at the bar, striking him several times, including hitting him with a beer bottle causing non-life threatening injuries. The female is charged with assault causing bodily harm.

November 24

10:37 a.m. – RCMP received a report of a vehicle theft in Benalto. A Ford Explorer, which was locked and the owner possessing all the keys, was stolen from outside a residence on Meadow Drive. The vehicle was later recovered near Key Towing in Red Deer. The vehicle had been filled with stolen tires. An investigation is continuing.

9:30 p.m. – Two males are facing charges in relation to a report of an impaired driver on Highway 20 in Lacombe County. A witness reported a truck with a trailer attached unable to maintain travel in a proper lane. The vehicle was located and stopped roadside by police. The driver was questioned and alcohol was determined not to be a factor, however the smell of marijuana was prevalent in the vehicle. Some marijuana was confiscated. Neither driver nor passenger would admit ownership and both were subsequently charged with possession of marijuana under 30 grams.

November 25

10:10 a.m. – Police attended the McDonald’s in Sylvan Lake after staff reported an intoxicated female passed out inside the restaurant. A 22-year-old female, a Red Deer resident, was arrested for public intoxication and mischief. She was transported to cells and checked by EMS. It was confirmed that the female was under the influence of a drug, not alcohol. She remained in cells until sober.

2:49 p.m. – A domestic dispute at a residence in Eckville resulted in RCMP attendance. A 38-year-old male advised police that his ex-common-law partner was causing a disturbance inside the home. The female refused to leave the premises when police arrived. She was arrested and transported to cells. Further investigation resulted in a charge of uttering threats against a person being laid against the 25-year-old female.

November 26

6:02 p.m. – RCMP attended a residence on 48th Avenue in Sylvan Lake after a call was received requesting that a male be removed from the premises. A 31-year-old Sylvan Lake male was arrested at the scene after it was determined that he was extremely intoxicated and possibly under the influence of substances. He was transported to cells.

November 28

8:07 p.m. – RCMP received a call from a Bentley resident advising that a female was in a vehicle in the middle of a field. When police arrived, the vehicle was determined to be stolen. The female was questioned and was arrested at the scene. A 32-year-old Red Deer female is charged with possession of property obtained by crime over $5000.

 

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