Saturday, April 20th
2:09 a.m. – RCMP were called to an address on Lakeway Boulevard in relation to complaints of a disturbance. A group of males and females were reportedly screaming and yelling outside of a residence. All were found to be intoxicated with a female advising that she was arguing with several people outside. All had attended a party down the street which was shut down. No physical violence ensued and all parties took a cab back to their residences.
3:38 a.m. – A 28-year-old male is facing assault and mischief charges in relation to a domestic dispute on 47A Avenue in Sylvan Lake. RCMP attended the residence where the male and his 34-year-old girlfriend were both intoxicated and having a verbal argument, throwing things around the residence and causing damage. The female advised of being punched in the kidney area but was not seriously injured. The male was arrested at the scene and transported to the detachment where he was formally charged.
11:49 p.m. – RCMP were called to a loud party on Legend Court in Sylvan Lake. Residents in the area reported really loud music, people urinating on neighbouring properties, cars parked on lawns and bottles being broken around the area. An initial warning to the homeowner failed to rectify the problem. A second visit resulted in the party being shut down and the owner being charged with a $250 fine for a first offence.
Sunday, April 21st
12:20 a.m. – A single vehicle rollover on Township Road 380 at Highway 781 fortunately resulted in no injuries to the occupants. The 40-year-old male driver managed to exit his truck which had rolled in the ditch and was leaking gas. Police, fire and EMS crews located the vehicle and treated the male for a minor injury to the head. The man’s dog, however, remained trapped in the vehicle but was later rescued. Road conditions at the time of the incident were extremely icy.
Wednesday, April 24th
2:46 a.m. – A traffic stop on 46 Street in Sylvan Lake resulted in several charges against a 30-year-old Red Deer female. She was initially pulled over for a burned out headlight, however, a further check resulted in the female admitting to consuming alcohol, which was a breach of her probation. A further search of the accused and her vehicle resulted in the recovery of methamphetamine, crack cocaine, drug pipes, cash and various other paraphernalia. The female is charged with drug trafficking, possession of a weapon for a dangerous purpose, failure to comply with a probation order, and Traffic Safety Act violations.