Homeowner found intoxicated male passed out in her residence

RCMP were called after a black Dodge truck was seen driving erratically off of Memorial Trail onto Lakeway Boulevard

Saturday, October 26th

4:11 a.m. – RCMP were called after a black Dodge truck was seen driving erratically off of Memorial Trail onto Lakeway Boulevard by Winks in Sylvan Lake. The witness advised that he heard a loud bang and observed the male driver get out of the vehicle to look at the tire. He was witnessed to be stumbling around and appeared intoxicated. The male then got back into his vehicle and drove off with sparks coming from one of the rims. RCMP members located the vehicle with the male seated in the driver’s seat and in possession of open alcohol. A 19-year-old Benalto male was administered a breathalyzer and is charged with impaired driving and having a blood alcohol level over .08.

Sunday, October 27th

2:44 a.m. – A 911 call was placed to RCMP after a homeowner found an intoxicated male passed out in her residence on 44th Street in Sylvan Lake. The woman was told to exit the residence along with the other occupants of the home until police arrived. A 20-year-old Sylvan Lake male was arrested and transported to cells. He is charged with being unlawfully in a dwelling house.

3:01 p.m. – A domestic dispute has resulted in an assault charge against a 26-year-old Jarvis Bay resident. A 22-year-old female contacted police and advised that she had been assaulted by her common law spouse at their Jarvis Bay residence. Two young children in the residence at the time of the assault were not injured. The male turned himself into police and was charged.

Monday, October 28th

1:11 a.m. – RCMP attended a domestic dispute at a residence on Reynolds Road in Sylvan Lake. A 35-year-old male came out of his residence with visible minor injuries and advised that he was assaulted by his common-law spouse when he attempted to call police. Alcohol was a factor in the incident. A 34-year-old Sylvan Lake female is now charged with assault.

1:46 p.m. – A break and enter is currently being investigated by RCMP. A 58-year-old male reported that his residence on Range Road 21 in Lacombe County was entered and tools were stolen.

Tuesday, October 29th

2:39 a.m. – A 40-year-old Penhold male is facing several charges in relation to a stop by RCMP outside Fas Gas on Herder at Hinshaw Drive in Sylvan Lake. A male was questioned by an RCMP member and found to have an outstanding warrant out of Red Deer as well as being on probation with conditions not to consume alcohol or carry weapons. He was suspected of having consumed alcohol and was found in possession of bear spray and heavy gauge wire. He was also found in possession of illegal drugs. He is now facing a charge of refusal of an approved screening device; possession of a controlled substance; possession of a weapon contrary to an order; and two counts of failing to comply with a probation order.

4:00 p.m. – A 16-year-old Lacombe female has been fined as a result of a traffic stop on Highway 20 at Aspelund Road. A speeding and erratic driver was reported heading southbound on Highway 20 toward the traffic circle in Sylvan Lake. The vehicle was stopped by RCMP and the 16-yearold female driver and a 20-year-old male passenger were questioned. The female was issued a $400 careless driving fine.


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