Male facing charges after fleeing through yards

RCMP were called to a residence on Parkland Drive after two separate complaints of a noisy party at the same location.

Saturday, June 9th

4:07 a.m. – RCMP were called to a residence on Parkland Drive after two separate complaints of a noisy party at the same location. Members attended the home and the occupant turned down the music. A verbal warning was issued.

Sunday, June 10th

9:42 a.m. – Police attended a break and enter at OK Tire on Industrial Drive. A fence was cut with bolt cutters and a sea-can container entered. An inventory of the property is being conducted to establish if any items were stolen. The investigation is ongoing.

10:04 p.m. – A male is facing four charges, including escape custody and obstruct a peace officer, after he was spotted failing to comply with alcohol-related conditions. The male was being escorted out of a bar by police on 46th Street when he fled on foot through several yards, jumping over residential fences and damaging one of the fences. He later turned himself in to police.

Monday, June 11th

11:51 a.m. – RCMP attended a two-vehicle collision on Highway 20 at Highway 11 after a truck rear-ended another at the intersection. One of the drivers was upset by the incident and would not exchange information resulting in police attendance. The other driver was issued a ticket for following too closely. There were no injuries.

Tuesday, June 12th

1:51 a.m. – A traffic stop on Northstar Drive at Westview Drive resulted in a male being charged with failing to comply with the conditions of an undertaking, as well as being placed under arrest for outstanding warrants. The male had been under a curfew condition.

Wednesday, June 13th

8:58 p.m. – Two males are facing charges of uttering threats against a person after a third male made a report of threats being made against him at his residence on Laurel Close. RCMP members attended the scene and made the arrests without incident.

Thursday, June 14th

4:32 p.m. – RCMP attended the scene of a single vehicle collision involving a light post on Herder Drive in Sylvan Lake. The post was knocked to the ground and the power shut down as a safety precaution. The driver was charged with operating a motor vehicle with equipment not in good working order. There were no injuries.

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