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Child Porn Charges Laid After ICE Receives Tip from Australia

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  • Red Deer… A tip from the Queensland Police Service in Australia has resulted in the arrest of a 34-year-old Central Alberta man for child pornography-related offences.

    Christopher Juneau of Eckville, Alta., was arrested by ALERT’s Internet Child Exploitation (ICE) unit on January 10, 2019, with the assistance of Sylvan Lake RCMP. Eckville is located roughly 50 kilometres west of Red Deer.

    Juneau’s arrest came after ICE received information from Task Force Argos, a specialized online child exploitation unit of the Queensland Police Service. Task Force Argos shared information about an Alberta suspect who was allegedly involved in trading child pornography images online.

    ICE subsequently searched homes in Eckville and Fox Creek associated to the identified suspect. A number of computers and electronic devices were seized and submitted for forensic analysis.

    Juneau has been charged with making child pornography, possessing child pornography, accessing child pornography, and voyeurism.

    Juneau was then arrested for a second time on January 18 by Sylvan Lake RCMP after he allegedly breached his release conditions relating to internet access.

    Anyone with information about this investigation, or any cases related to child sexual exploitation, is encouraged to come forward and contact police or cybertip.ca.

    ALERT was established and is funded by the Alberta Government and is a compilation of the province’s most sophisticated law enforcement resources committed to tackling serious and organized crime. Members of Calgary Police Service, Edmonton Police Service, Lethbridge Police Service, Medicine Hat Police Service, and RCMP work in ALERT.


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    Innisfail RCMP arrest two after pursuit

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  • Innisfail, Alta –

    On Februrary 13, 2019 at approximately 430 pm Innisfail RCMP responded to a report of a robbery at the ATB bank in Innisfail.   During this investigation a member on patrol observed a stolen tow truck and felt the driver matched the description of the suspect from the bank robbery.  Innisfail RCMP engaged in a coordinated pursuit with the vehicle, utilizing resources from, Blackfalds RCMP, Red Deer RCMP, Innisfail ITU, and Red Deer police dog services.   A tire deflation device was deployed and ultimately disabled the vehicle in Red Deer City.  The occupants of the vehicle fled on foot attempting to take another vehicle with force, however they were unsuccessful and continued to flee police on foot.  Red Deer police dog services were successful in apprehending both individuals.  The ongoing investigation into the bank robbery indicates at this point that neither of these two individuals appear to be involved in the initial bank robbery however both are facing numerous unrelated charges.

    Isaiah NOBLE (20 years) of Red Deer Alta. Has been charged with:

    • Robbery (attempted theft of vehicle)
    • Possess stolen property over $5000
    • Possess weapon dangerous to the public
    • Fail to comply with probation order X3

    NOBLE has been remanded pending a bail hearing scheduled for Feb 19, 2019 930 am Red Deer Provincial Court

     

    Peter George WALKER (33yrs) of Innisfail Alta.  Has been charged with:

    • Robbery (attempted theft of vehicle)
    • Possess stolen property over $5000
    • Flight from police
    • Dangerous operation of a motor vehicle
    • Possess controlled substance
    • Possess weapon dangerous to the public
    • Fail to comply with recognizance X5
    • Drive while disqualified

    WALKER has been remanded pending a bail hearing scheduled for Feb 19, 2019 at 930 am Red Deer Provincial Court

    RCMP is still seeking information from the public about the Robbery at the ATB in Innisfail.


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    CAFF announces nominees for best films

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  • 19 films nominated for awards at Central Alberta Film Festival (CAFF).

    Central Alberta Film Festival (CAFF) announces nominees for best films

    19 out of nearly 40 films being shown at Carnival Cinemas during the Central Alberta Film Festival between February 20th and 23rd have been nominated for awards, which will be presented at a ceremony on February 23rd after a special screening of Making Coco: The Grant Fuhr Story.

    “The festival is showing some amazing films,” says Don Tjart, CAFF vice-president. “The nominees for this year’s awards are special, though. There are going to be some difficult choices.”

    There are three nominees for Best Feature Narrative. Barren & Empty The Sea tells the story of Esteban, who becomes a stranger in his own village overnight. In Prairie Dog, reports begin to come in regarding a mysterious animal roaming the farmlands of Brada County. In Cor Values, which was filmed in central Alberta, a young reporter travels back to his home town, only to find out home is not what it once was.

    There are four nominees for Best Feature Documentary. Before the Plate follows a single plate of food backwards to the farms its ingredients came from. From Seed to Seed is a Canadian perspective on a global social movement that regenerates the land, farming, and communities. Last of the Fur Traders shares the adventures of a worker on the Arctic Ocean for the Hudson’s Bay Company. RISE: The Story of Augustines tells the tale of one of the most celebrated independent bands in the world.

    Nominees for Best Short Narrative are Beautiful Idiot, Emily, The Wall, Beautiful Cake, Amen, and Cambion. Nominees for Best Short Documentary are Waniska, Salaam B’y, Farm, Finding Water, Once a Raider, Always a Raider: Inside the St. Albert Raiders Hockey Club, and Power on Water.

    Film descriptions, screening times, and tickets can be found at cafilmfestival.ca.

    About Central Alberta Film Festival (CAFF)

    Central Alberta Film Festival is a not-for-profit cultural organization with a mission to educate, support and promote cinematography and film making in Alberta and Canada. CAFF is a bridge between the audience, critics and the contemporary filmmakers who want to showcase and discuss their work. This festival is a platform to incubate Albertan, Canadian, and international talent. In a rapidly evolving film industry, CAFF is a catalyst to enhance cinematic experience with excellence, and support Canadian artistic values. The third annual Central Alberta Film Festival will take place February 20-23, 2019.


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