Woman arrested after being found with stolen truck

RCMP were called to a disturbance at the Comfort Inn and Suites Hotel on Industrial Drive in Sylvan Lake.

November 8

11:50 a.m. – RCMP were called to a disturbance at the Comfort Inn and Suites Hotel on Industrial Drive in Sylvan Lake. An intoxicated male was reportedly yelling and cursing in the stairwell of the hotel, creating a safety concern for hotel staff. A 29-year-old male was arrested for breach of the peace and being intoxicated in public. He was transported to cells until sober.

1:57 p.m. – A 44-year-old Sylvan Lake male is facing more charges after breaching conditions of a recognizance in relation to a previous robbery incident. The male was observed by RCMP attending a local liquor store on 46th Street in Sylvan Lake and was confirmed to have purchased alcohol, which were violations of his conditional release. As a result, he was arrested at the scene. He is charged with two counts of failing to comply with conditions of a recognizance and theft under $5,000 in relation to a subsequent shoplifting incident at the liquor store.

November 10

10:02 a.m. – Charges have been laid against a 21-year-old female in relation to the theft of a truck out of Rocky Mountain House. A male reported to RCMP that his truck was stolen from outside his residence. The male told police that a female temporarily residing at his residence was also missing. The male later tracked the female to a residence in Sylvan Lake where he located his truck and contacted police. The female, a resident of High Prairie, is formally charged with possession of property obtained by crime over $5,000.

November 12

2:38 p.m. – An investigation is underway into the theft of gas at the Fas Gas on 50th Street in Sylvan Lake. Staff at the gas station reported that the driver of a truck left heading south toward Highway 11 after fuelling up without paying.

7:22 p.m. – RCMP were called to attend a single vehicle collision off Highway 11 at Range Road 10 in Sylvan Lake. A witness reported that a vehicle being driven by a female veered off into the ditch. EMS attended and the female was transported to hospital as a precaution as she was exhibiting signs of possible drug intoxication. The 22-year-old Sylvan Lake female was issued a 24-hour suspension. She is also charged with driving carelessly and transporting liquor in an open container. Her vehicle was towed at the scene.

November 14

5:46 a.m. – A 26-year-old male reported that his truck was stolen from his residence in Bentley. The owner advised that a set of spare keys were left inside the vehicle along with his passport. The vehicle was later recovered by RCMP in Three Hills, Alberta. Fortunately, the passport was also located and returned to the owner.

7:29 a.m. – RCMP received a report of a break and enter at the Kuusamo Industrial Park on Range Road 22 at Highway 11. Entry was gained by cutting a lock on the gate. The suspects went through all of the vehicles although it was not clear if anything of value was stolen. An investigation is continuing.

 

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