Five sent to hospital after early morning rollover in rural area

RCMP investigated a complaint of stunting near Ryders Ridge.

Saturday, July 13th

12:34 a.m. – RCMP investigated a complaint of stunting near Ryders Ridge. Witnesses reported that male youths in a truck were spinning doughnuts and sliding sideways around the corner at 45th Avenue and 43rd Street. One witness reported that her parked vehicle was almost struck as a result. The youths had also been involved in a similar incident approximately two weeks prior. As a result of the investigation, an 18-year-old Sylvan Lake male is facing three counts of failing to comply with the conditions of a Youth Justice Act order and possession of marijuana.

2:26 a.m. – A noise complaint resulted in a patrol being made by RCMP on 48th Street at 50th Avenue in Bentley. A group of males in their twenties were reportedly drinking on the street and lit a fire on the median. A small burn pile, which appeared to be started in a cardboard box, was located on a grassy area next to the street at the intersection. An investigation is continuing.

3:23 a.m. – A male is facing several charges in connection with an incident outside of Chef Francisco’s bar on Lakeshore Drive. RCMP on foot patrol noticed two males standing in the middle of the road and requested that the males get off the roadway. They refused to leave the road so members approached at which time one of the males entered a taxi, while the other male became confrontational with members. As a result, the male was handcuffed and taken to cells until sober. While at cells, the male kicked one of the members and uttered threats against him. He also threatened to kill another police officer. As a result of the confrontations, the 51-year-old male is now facing charges of uttering threats against peace officers, assaulting a peace officer, obstructing a peace officer and disturbing the peace.

3:48 p.m. – A female stopped for a seatbelt infraction was arrested and charged with the refusal of an approved screening device. The 46-year-old female was stopped on 50th Avenue at 40th Street in Sylvan Lake. She displayed signs of impairment and a breath demand was made, upon which time the woman refused to provide a sample and was formally charged.

Sunday, July 14th

1:00 a.m. – A single vehicle rollover on Highway 11A at Range Road 24 in Red Deer County sent five people to hospital. The vehicle containing two adult males, aged 21 and 23, and three 14-year-old girls, rolled in the ditch, landing against some trees with the roof crushed. A female was ejected from the vehicle and is suffering from possible head, neck and back injuries. The 21-year-old male driver is charged with impaired driving causing bodily harm.

9:02 p.m. – A male has been charged with impaired driving after RCMP conducted a traffic stop on 50th Avenue at 46th Street in Sylvan Lake. The driver was found to be impaired after his vehicle was pulled over due to a license plate infraction. The male was arrested and transported to cells where breath samples were taken. A 59-year-old male is facing a charge of impaired operation of a motor vehicle and having a blood alcohol level over .08.

Tuesday, July 16th

3:58 a.m. – RCMP attended a residence on 43rd Street in Sylvan Lake after a report of a house being egged. A male wearing a hoodie was seen fleeing the area. Police attended and two male youths, aged 15 and 16, were located. They admitted to throwing the eggs and were taken to their parents. The youths were tasked with cleaning the property damage. As the property owner agreed to the actions taken by police, no charges were laid.

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