Domestic dispute results in assault charge

RCMP received a 911 call from a residence on Fox Close in Sylvan Lake.

Saturday, June 14th

3:25 a.m. – RCMP received a 911 call from a residence on Fox Close in Sylvan Lake. A 23-year-old female advised that she had been assaulted as a result of a domestic dispute with her 28-year-old spouse. An infant was in the home at the time of the incident and alcohol was a factor. Further investigation resulted in an assault charge being laid against both parties.

8:58 p.m. – A collision has resulted in charges being laid against a 30-year-old Edmonton male. A 911 call was received of a truck speeding through the area of Lakeshore Drive in Sylvan Lake. The complainant advised that the male driver appeared to be intoxicated. The vehicle was located by RCMP a short time later and the driver was arrested and charged with impaired driving. The male is also charged with refusing to provide a breath sample.

Monday, June 16th

3:57 p.m. – RCMP made a patrol along 50th Street near Saks Shoes after a complaint of indecent exposure. Employees reported seeing the male walk up and down the street in front of the store and expose what appeared to be breast implants. The male continued to do so approximately six times. Police made an extensive patrol of the area and questioned other businesses in the area but the male had departed the location.

4:15 p.m. – A two vehicle collision on Township Road 372 at Highway 781 resulted in injuries. A female driver was southbound on Highway 781 when she stopped to turn west onto Township Road 372. Another female driver traveling in a Terrain struck her truck from behind pushing it into the ditch. The 26-year-old female driver of the truck was transported to hospital for assessment but there were no major injuries sustained. The 23-year-old female driver of the Terrain was charged with driving a motor vehicle while viewing a cell phone.

Thursday, June 19th

10:30 p.m. – RCMP received a complaint of males shooting a pellet gun in the vicinity of 46th Street in Sylvan Lake. A 12-year-old female and a friend were walking down the street when two males in a light colored vehicle shot what appeared to be a pellet gun from the vehicle. The female was hit by a pellet but was not seriously injured. No plate was obtained from the vehicle. Several patrols were made by police but the suspect vehicle had left the area.

Friday, June 20th

1:04 a.m. – A 911 call was received by police after a witness reported seeing a vehicle drive into Sylvan Lake. The caller who was in a paddle boat on the lake advised that a truck was speeding and drove into the lake near the Half Moon Bay boat launch. When members arrived, the truck was approximately 60 feet into the lake. Fire and EMS were called to the scene and the vehicle was towed out of the lake. A 32-year-old Calgary female is facing charges.


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