Sylvan Lake RCMP Detachment – Bentley and area crime report

Sylvan Lake RCMP report

Thursday, Jan. 8 6:51 a.m. – Members responded to a complaint of a quad upside down in a field off of Range Road 11. The tires had been removed from the quad and it was towed. The owner was contacted and advised police the quad had been stored at a rural property and no one had permission to take it.

2:46 p.m. – Members received a 911 complaint of theft of fishing equipment from a locked fishing shack on an area lake. The lock had been pried off.

6:16 p.m. – A complaint was received of internal theft at a local store. After viewing store video, a staff member was arrested and has been charged with Theft.

Friday, Jan. 9 4:33 a.m.. – members responded to a noisy party complaint. The music was turned off and the homeowner was issued a verbal warning.

10:26 a.m. – Members received a 911 hang up call from a cell phone where a male and female could be heard talking in the background. The owner of the phone was contacted and advised her son had the phone. The son was contacted at school and advised the call had been made in error and there were no problems.

5:28 p.m. – Members responded to a 911 call of a vehicle in the ditch off of Highway 11 and 766 intersections. On arrival, members noted an odour of alcohol on the occupant’s breath, but were unable to place him behind the wheel at the time of the incident. The occupant was escorted home and a warning was issued. The vehicle was towed.

Saturday, Jan. 10 4:49 a.m. – Members were dispatched to a 911 complaint of a domestic disturbance. On arrival, members were advised that no assault had occurred but the subjects had been arguing. One subject left the residence and was transported to a hotel for the night to avoid escalation of the incident.

7:23 p.m. – Members received a complaint of a suspicious vehicle parked beside the neighbour’s fence. The complainant advised the neighbour is away for the winter and there should be no one there. The owner was contacted and advised he lived around the corner and parked there for a short time only.

Sunday, Jan. 11 2:46 p.m. – Members responded to a complaint of wood blowing from a lumberyard across Highway 20. A member attended and one sheet of wood was on the east side of the highway and larger sheets were against a fence on the inside of the lumberyard. There were extremely high winds at the time.

Monday, Jan. 12 7:40 a.m. – Members responded to a 911 complaint of a single vehicle rollover on Aspelund Road. No injuries were sustained and the driver advised the police that he hit a piece of ice. A collision report was completed.

2:27 p.m. – Members received a complaint from a local restaurant of a subject urinating in the parking lot and getting back into a vehicle. Patrols were made and the subject was gone on police arrival.

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