RCMP Notes

RCMP attended an address on Lakeshore Drive in Sylvan Lake after complaints of a loud party and males fighting

Oct. 20 00:04 hrs – RCMP attended an address on Lakeshore Drive in Sylvan Lake after complaints of a loud party and males fighting at the residence. One of the males was advised to leave the home and did so without incident. The party was then quickly shut down.

Oct. 20 01:31 hrs – Police attended an alarm at Eckville High School. They found a hole punched in the front door windows where entry was gained. An office was rummaged through but nothing was stolen as nothing of value was noted to be at that location. Graffiti was also discovered at the front of the main doors. The investigation is continuing.

Oct. 21 19:35 hrs – EMS, fire crews and RCMP attended a rollover on Range Road 13 at Township Road 382. A vehicle containing mostly youths was found in the ditch with one youth confirmed to have non-life threatening injuries. Three other youths were also transported to hospital with minor injuries. The investigation into the incident is continuing.

Oct. 21 23:37 hrs – A male is facing impaired driving charges in connection with a two vehicle collision on 52nd Avenue in Bentley. A car slammed into a parked vehicle rendering the vehicle not driveable. The male driver of the car was not seriously injured but was found to be impaired at the scene. He was taken into custody and formally charged.

Oct. 24 16:40 hrs – RCMP were called to a domestic dispute on Lindman Close in Sylvan Lake. A male and female were arguing at the residence which escalated into the female assaulting the male and throwing a cellphone at him. She was removed from the house by the male who contacted police shortly afterward. The female resident is now charged with assault and mischief under $5000.

Oct. 26 23:43 hrs – RCMP shut down a loud party at a house on Lakeshore Drive in Sylvan Lake. Approximately 50 people were at the residence which was cleared out by members without incident. The owner of the residence was given a warning regarding the noise bylaw.

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