Suspect flees following attempted break and enter

RCMP have laid two counts of failing to comply with a recognizance order against a Sylvan Lake male.

February 21

10:44 p.m. – RCMP have laid two counts of failing to comply with a recognizance order against a Sylvan Lake male. The 29-year-old male was under conditions to remain in his residence during curfew hours and to be present to respond to checks by police. As a result of non-compliance, the male has been formally charged and a Canada-wide warrant has been issued for his arrest.

February 22

2:13 a.m. – A 911 call was received by RCMP dispatch of an erratic driver crossing the center line on Highway 11. A complainant advised that his vehicle was almost run off the road by the suspect vehicle. Police located the vehicle illegally parked outside a residence on William Close in Sylvan Lake. As the truck was being towed, an intoxicated male came out of the residence causing a disturbance. The 22-year-old male was subsequently arrested at the scene and transported to cells until sober.

February 23

6:22 p.m. – RCMP received 911 calls of a male lying along Highway 11 at 60th Street near Sylvan Lake. The male was located by police lying on the shoulder of the road near a ditch. An ambulance attended the scene as a precaution however the male did not require medical attention. A 45-year-old male from the Rocky Mountain House area was arrested for public intoxication. He was transported to cells for his own safety and released when sober.

February 24

11:43 a.m. – Police and fire crews attended the Sylvan Lake Industrial Park after a fire was reported at the HSE parking lot. The front portion of a vehicle sustained significant damage but the blaze was extinguished quickly with no further damage or injuries reported. The fire is not believed to be suspicious in nature.

12:58 p.m. – An attempted break and enter at a residence in Sylvan Lake was reported to RCMP. A male advised that he was home alone at his residence on Palmer Close when an unidentified person entered into the garage and opened a door accessing the residence. The witness reported that the suspect fled immediately without entering into the home. The Police Dog Service unit was contacted and a patrol was conducted of the area but the suspect was not located.

February 27

9:32 p.m. – An 18-year-old Sylvan Lake male is facing charges in connection with an impaired driving complaint in Sylvan Lake. A witness reported that a truck crossed over the center lane almost causing a head-on collision with his vehicle. The witness contacted RCMP after he turned around to follow the suspect vehicle. The vehicle was stopped by police on Lakeshore Drive at 52nd Street. A roadside screening device was utilized and the driver is facing charges of impaired driving and having a blood alcohol level over .08.

11:12 p.m. – RCMP attended a location on Range Road 23 after a party was reported in the area. Police located a large bonfire and six parked vehicles near the boat launch area. The people in the area were checked for sobriety and dispersed. The fire was also extinguished without incident.

 

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