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The 19 year old male from New Norway was charged with impaired driving and dangerous driving. Police observed a vehicle which was displaying a licence plate that did not match.
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Police conducted a traffic stop as a result of a traffic violation and noted an odour of cannabis marihuana coming from within the vehicle.
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Police want to remind the public to ensure they keep their vehicles locked. Members were patrolling the east end of Camrose and noticed a local business had its yard broken into and a utility trailer had been stolen from inside the property.
Camrose Police and Fort Saskatchewan RCMP were able to locate the trailer on acreage outside of Fort Saskatchewan.
Members obtained a search warrant and were able to recover the property. The investigation into charges is still ongoing. A local business reported that a female had walked out of their store with items and did not pay for those items.
When staff approached the female she fled on foot. Members attended the area and were able to identify the female through video surveillance. Police responded to a 911 complaint of a domestic dispute between a male and a female.
The investigation determined that a male went home intoxicated and assaulted his common law girlfriend after a fight and argument over money.
The male was arrested and charged with one count of assault. When sober the male was released on conditions not to have contact with the female. Police conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle for a traffic violation and determined the vehicle had no insurance.
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Police responded to a 911 call of an injury collision between an SUV and a motorcycle in Camrose. The Connecting power supply cables to motherboard driver of the motorcycle sustained serious injuries and was transported to St.
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A west end business was having issues with an employee who had been fired. Staff at a west end business contacted Police after apprehending a female responsible for stealing merchandise.
A gas station reported a theft of fuel and provided Police with a licence plate of the involved vehicle. A 27 year old male turned himself into Police on several outstanding warrants. The Buy rave clothing will appear before a judge to deal with his matters.
While conducting patrols in the early morning hours in the east end industrial area, Police observed a broken lock and open gate to a business compound. A business representative attended the scene and determined that an enclosed trailer was stolen from their property.
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While on patrol a vehicle stop was conducted as a result of a traffic violation. Police entered into a drug investigation and located a quantity of marihuana. A 17 year old male was arrested and charged for possessing a controlled substance.