Severe injuries sustained as result of bar fight

RCMP stopped a vehicle on 50th Avenue near the Dairy Queen in Sylvan Lake as the passengers were spotted not wearing seat belts.

  • Jul. 12, 2012 6:00 p.m.


Saturday, June 30th

8:05 p.m. – RCMP stopped a vehicle on 50th Avenue near the Dairy Queen in Sylvan Lake as the passengers were spotted not wearing seat belts. As a result of the stop, a male passenger was charged with failing to comply with the conditions of a probation order as he was found to be intoxicated.

Sunday, July 1st

9:38 p.m. – Members were called to a residence on Hummingbird Lane in Half Moon Bay after a complaint of a disturbance. Four males at the location were having a verbal dispute but the homeowner wanted only two of the males removed. RCMP escorted the males to Sylvan Lake where they got a cab to return home without incident.

Monday, July 2nd

2:41 a.m. – EMS crews and RCMP were called to Chewies Smoke House on Lakeway Boulevard in Sylvan Lake after reports of a female unconscious and not breathing in the restaurant. The female along with her spouse admitted to voluntarily consuming alcohol and GHB, also known as the date rape drug. The male was treated at the scene and the female was transported to Red Deer Hospital where she later recovered.

4:31 a.m. – RCMP were dispatched to Sylvan Lake RV Park after a male showed up at the location with a bloody face and broken jaw. The male advised that he was staying with friends at Sylvan Lake campground and went for a walk by himself but had no recollection of how he had been assaulted. He returned to his truck at the RV park when police were notified.

1:58 p.m. – A male is facing a charge of assault and uttering threats in connection with a domestic incident in Bentley. A parent called police advising that her daughter had been threatened and physically abused by an ex-boyfriend. The victim advised of a history of violence and ongoing threats made against her life by the accused.

Tuesday, July 3rd

12:44 p.m. – RCMP have charged a male in relation to a domestic dispute on Northstar Drive in Sylvan Lake. The male contacted the victim’s friends advising that he was going to kill her and her friends. Alcohol was a factor in the incident. The male is charged with three counts of uttering threats and mischief under $5,000.

Wednesday, July 4th

8:46 a.m. – Police are investigating a vandalism and theft complaint at Sylvan Lake ball diamonds on 43rd Street. The victim advised that when he returned from a baseball game to his parked vehicle, the back window of the car had been smashed and some camera equipment stolen. RCMP are asking residents to please ensure their items are locked up or out of plain sight while in a parked vehicle.

Thursday, July 5th

2:32 a.m. – RCMP were called to Chef ’s Bar and Grill on Lakeshore Drive in Sylvan Lake after reports of a male bleeding with severe injuries as a result of a fight that started inside the bar. The male sustained several broken bones to his face and a broken jaw. A second male is facing a charge of aggravated assault.

Friday, July 6th

2:32 p.m. – Fire, EMS and RCMP were dispatched to a serious collision between a semi tractor unit and a pickup truck on Hwy. 11 between Range Road 21 and 22. When crews arrived on scene, the semi unit was already engulfed in flames and a pickup truck was in a nearby ditch. The driver of the semi was checked and released but the driver of the pickup truck was seriously injured and airlifted to an Edmonton hospital. Alcohol is not believed to be a factor in the incident. Investigation into the cause in ongoing.

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