Stolen Charger recovered in Red Deer; 17-year-olds charged

A 20-year-old male is facing a charge of impaired driving after he was stopped at 50th Street and 45th Avenue in Sylvan Lake.

Saturday, June 8th

3:52 a.m. – A 20-year-old male is facing a charge of impaired driving after he was stopped at 50th Street and 45th Avenue in Sylvan Lake. The male was spotted driving erratically and stopped by police. He was given a breathalyzer and failed, resulting in an impaired driving charge.

9:39 a.m. – Two 17-year-olds are facing charges in relation to a break and enter and theft at Sylvan Lake Truck Ranch. RCMP were advised of the theft of a Dodge Charger. The vehicle was stolen after the gate to the business was cut. Witnesses described seeing a male driving the vehicle over the weekend in the Red Deer area. The vehicle was located and seized by Red Deer RCMP. A 17-year-old male is facing multiple charges including breaking and entering and committing; theft under $5000; possession of property obtained by crime and failing to comply with a youth order.

8:21 p.m. – RCMP received a call from a resident on Range Road 12 in Red Deer County of a male speeding through his yard and stunting. The resident got into his vehicle and followed the suspect vehicle obtaining a license plate. He also confronted the driver, who was identified to police. A 19-year-old male is charged with stunting and trespassing.

Sunday, June 9th

12:43 a.m. – A 911 call was made to police from Eckville Bar after an irate male customer refused to leave the establishment. The male could not provide ID and was refused service as a result. When RCMP arrived, the male was intoxicated and belligerent. He was arrested for disturbing the peace and was lodged in cells for the night until sober.

Monday, June 10th

2:27 a.m. – A homeowner on 46th Street near Hazzard County Bar in Sylvan Lake contacted police after their front door was kicked in overnight. The residents heard a loud bang and discovered that someone had kicked in their door. A male witness advised that he was walking by and saw two persons running past the house toward the medical clinic but the individuals were not located.

Tuesday, June 11th

9:36 p.m. – RCMP attended a domestic disturbance on 50A Avenue in Sylvan Lake. A 911 call was placed to dispatch by a 40-year-old female who advised that she was at home when she noticed her ex-boyfriend breaking into her residence. The male pushed her down and began smashing her property. When she called police, he exited the residence but then came back again briefly before fleeing in a vehicle. The 42-year-old male later turned himself in to Morinville RCMP and is formally charged with assault, breaking, entering and committing and mischief-damage to property under $5,000.

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