Two-vehicle collision results in charges being laid against four people

RCMP attended a disturbance at a residence on Lakeway Boulevard in Sylvan Lake.

March 7

1:10 a.m. – RCMP attended a disturbance at a residence on Lakeway Boulevard in Sylvan Lake. Dispatch received a call from a third party advising that a female at the residence was destroying the property of a male friend. After investigating the complaint, it was determined that a female was residing with her boyfriend at the residence and a verbal dispute ensued, resulting in the male leaving and the female damaging his personal property. A 29-year-old Sylvan Lake female was subsequently charged with mischief under $5,000.

4:01 a.m. – A 23-year-old Sylvan Lake male is charged with assault in relation to a domestic dispute on Bowman Circle in Sylvan Lake. Police were called to the residence where a 20-year-old female was observed to have marks on her legs. She advised that she was assaulted by her boyfriend when a verbal argument became heated. The male was arrested at the scene on an outstanding warrant and was also formally charged with assault.

3:39 p.m. – A traffic stop by a Sylvan Lake peace officer resulted in RCMP assistance. A community peace officer stopped a vehicle on Hagerman Road and the male driver was observed to be exhibiting signs of impairment. RCMP arrived and administered a roadside screening device. A 42-year-old Sylvan Lake male is charged with impaired driving and having a blood alcohol level over .08.

March 8

1:02 a.m. – RCMP attended a party on Range Road 12 at Township Road 40 in Red Deer County. A complainant advised that a group of people were intoxicated and causing noise near the gully at a dead end road. When police arrived approximately 120 people were located. All of the alcohol on scene was discarded and all the drivers were checked to ensure no signs of impairment. The party was shut down without incident.

5:28 p.m. – A two vehicle collision on Highway 11A near Range Road 12 resulted in charges being laid against four people. A truck and SUV collided at the intersection. The driver and passengers of the truck all exhibited signs of impairment and were acting erratically. As a result of further investigation, the 28-year-old male driver, a resident of Red Deer, was charged with failing to comply with a probation order, driving carelessly and driving while unauthorized. A 27-year-old Red Deer male was charged with possession of crystal meth and three counts of failing to comply with the conditions of a recognizance. A 31-year-old Lacombe female is charged with possession of crystal meth and failing to comply with a probation order and a 32-year-old male from Penhold is charged with possession of crystal meth.

7:42 p.m. – RCMP were dispatched to Sylvan Lake McDonald’s after a report of a suspicious male at the restaurant. Police located a 24-year-old male who was heavily intoxicated and bleeding from his hand. The male sustained the injury while digging through a dumpster. He was treated and transported to cells where he remained until sober.

March 13

10:19 a.m. – A 911 call was received by dispatch of a domestic dispute at a residence on Lucky Place in Sylvan Lake. A witness reported a fight in progress between a male and female on the front lawn of a neighbour’s residence. The female was yelling for help before fleeing back into the home. An investigation by members resulted in a 23-year-old male being charged with assault. Alcohol was a factor. The male was lodged in cells until sober and released with conditions.

5:50 p.m. – A collision involving a motorcycle and a SUV resulted in charges against a 32-year-old female resident of Spruce Grove, Alberta. Emergency crews were called to Lakeway Boulevard at Laurel Range Road in Sylvan Lake after a male on the motorcycle sustained serious but non-life threatening injuries. The female driver of the SUV failed to provide a breath sample. She is facing charges of failure of an approved screening causing bodily harm; dangerous operation of a motor vehicle causing bodily harm; and following too closely.

11:46 p.m. – A traffic stop by RCMP in Sylvan Lake resulted in fines being laid against the driver and passenger. A truck was stopped for speeding on 46th Street at 50th Avenue, at which time the officer detected alcohol on the breath of the driver. The passenger in the truck was also found to be in possession of open alcohol. A roadside screening device was utilized. The 24-year-old driver received a 30-day driving suspension with the vehicle impounded for seven days. He was also charged with speeding. The 20-year-old male passenger was charged with the illegal consumption of alcohol in a vehicle.

 

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