Saturday, Dec. 1st
2:44 a.m. – A female is facing a charge of assault following an altercation between two women at Hazzard County Bar in Sylvan Lake. One female was punched in the face causing injury to her nose. No other injuries were sustained. Alcohol was a factor in the incident.
9:14 p.m. – RCMP were called to a residence on Parson Drive in Sylvan Lake in relation to a domestic dispute. A female reported that she had been thrown around the residence by her ex-boyfriend and that he had damaged the interior of the home. The male is facing charges of assault and mischief under $5,000.
Sunday, Dec. 2nd
2:02 p.m. – A homeowner reported mischief to his property at Ryders Ridge in Sylvan Lake after he noticed yellow paintball marks on his garage door. He advised that his dog began barking around midnight but he did not see or hear anyone. He found the damage to the door the next day and reported the incident to police.
Monday, Dec. 3rd
8:43 a.m. – RCMP are investigating a complaint of approximately 25 vehicles being paint-balled at Sylvan Lake Truck Ranch. The vehicles were parked on the east side of a lot facing Highway 20. The vehicles were shot with yellow paint balls, similar to the garage incident on 45 Avenue in Ryders Ridge. Anyone with information is asked to contact Sylvan Lake RCMP at 403-858-7200.
Wednesday, Dec. 5th
1:45 p.m. – Complainants report vandalism to mailboxes on Range Road 3-5 and Township Road 39-2 near Eckville. The mailboxes were painted mostly red and yellow with some illegible wording. Police obtained photos of the damage and continue to investigate.
3:00 p.m. – A vehicle was vandalized while parked on 47 Street in Sylvan Lake. The owner reported to RCMP that her vehicle’s back window was smashed out with glass found throughout the interior of the car. Rearview mirrors were also pushed back with the passenger side mirror and cracked. No items were taken from the vehicle.
Thursday, Dec. 6th
2:20 p.m. – Another incident of vehicle vandalism was reported to police. A young male reported that his vehicle was parked outside his friend’s residence on Highway 766, on the shoulder of the highway, and when he returned to his vehicle, he found the car was dented on the roof and hood and a gap was left by a kick between the fenders and the doors. The owner did not see or hear anyone around his vehicle during the time of the incident.