Charges laid in domestic dispute; loud party moved indoors

RCMP received a report of vandalism to a vehicle parked on 44th Street in Sylvan Lake.

Saturday, May 31st

10:54 a.m. – RCMP received a report of vandalism to a vehicle parked on 44th Street in Sylvan Lake. The rear driver’s side window of the vehicle was smashed but the inside of the vehicle did not appear to be accessed. The owner advised that nothing was missing.

Sunday, June 1st

1:00 a.m. – Police attended an address on Lakeway Boulevard at Lucky Place in Sylvan Lake after a call was received by RCMP dispatch of an intoxicated male leaving a residence in his vehicle. A truck was located halfway up on the grass over a curb. The male driver was found behind the wheel of the vehicle which was running and in reverse. A 27-year-old Sylvan Lake male is charged with impaired driving and having a blood alcohol level over .08.

4:20 p.m. – A break and enter into a residence on Township Road 403 is being investigated by Sylvan Lake RCMP. There was damage to a window at the residence and the doors were opened. A few items were reported missing.

Wednesday, June 4th

1:35 a.m. – RCMP were called to a location on Highway 20 at Township Road 39-2 after an intoxicated male was reported walking on the highway covered in blood and mosquitos. The male was found to have injuries on his hands. He told police he was involved in a fight and was attempting to walk back to Calgary. Further investigation revealed the male jumped out of a moving vehicle earlier in the evening. There was no altercation. The male was checked and cleared by EMS.

11:58 a.m. – Several charges have been laid against a 43-year-old Sylvan Lake male in relation to a domestic dispute. A 47 year old female attended the RCMP detachment with injuries to report an assault. The accused is charged with three counts of assault and two counts of overcoming resistance to the commission of an indictable offence.

Friday, June 6th

11:47 p.m. – A loud party resulted in a visit by RCMP to a residence on 48th Street. Complainants reported several youth playing loud music and talking loudly. Members advised the homeowner of the complaint and the party was moved inside with no further issues reported.

 

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