Fines will result from snowmobiles, ATV use in town limits

RCMP are investigating a break and enter at a business in Sylvan Lake.

Saturday, November 16th

8:50 a.m. – RCMP are investigating a break and enter at a business in Sylvan Lake. Members attended the New To You jewelry store on 50th Street in Sylvan Lake after a witness reported the front window smashed. Several items were stolen along with a laptop computer.

Sunday, November 17th

12:13 p.m. – A complaint of quads being operated along Harrigan Street in Sylvan Lake resulted in a patrol being made by RCMP. Two quads were reportedly driving around in the residential area with a sled carrying children attached to one of the quads. Members patrolled the entire area but the vehicles had departed. RCMP are reminding residents that snowmobiles and off road vehicles are not permitted within the Town of Sylvan Lake in residential areas or on public roadways, parks or on public access trails. People found in violation of the town bylaw will be fined under the Traffic Safety Act.

Tuesday, November 19th

8:31 a.m. – RCMP received a 911 call of a two vehicle collision on 47th Avenue just east of 50th Street. The two vehicles were partially blocking traffic at that location requiring police attendance. Fortunately, no injuries were reported. Icy road conditions and poor weather were contributing factors.

2:40 p.m. – An assault complaint has resulted in a charge against a Sylvan Lake female. A complaint was called in of a female physically assaulting a male at a residence on 51A Street in Sylvan Lake. The male exited the residence with minor injury. RCMP arrested the 29-year-old female at the residence. Her hand was treated for injury by EMS which was related to the assault.

Thursday, November 21st

7:30 p.m. – RCMP were called after a complaint of someone trying to access a residence on Bowman Circle in Sylvan Lake. A female reported that someone was trying the lock on her door and she could see someone holding the handle when she tried it. Another resident in the home saw an unknown person wearing a white toque fleeing from behind the residence. Patrols were made however the suspect had left the area.

 

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