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Oscar nomination for RCMP member?


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rcmp officer who ticketed Lacey Evans

A video shot by WWE star Lacey Evans has made the rounds in the media and now RCMP want to get out in front of this story, just in case people are getting the wrong impression.   Turns out it was all in good fun….

From Alberta RCMP

Alberta RCMP respond to traffic stop video on social media

On Sept. 21, 2019, at approximately 1100 hrs, an RCMP member conducted a traffic stop on Highway 2 in Leduc County with an adult female motorist.

The female motorist in question was stopped for a speeding infraction where a provincial offense notice (ticket) was issued.

Following the issuing of the ticket, the female motorist engaged in a courteous and polite conversation with the member where the motorist identified herself as a sports entertainer with World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE). She asked the member if he would participate in a rehearsed interaction on camera with her WWE persona. The member obliged.

Leduc RCMP would like to thank highway users for their care and attention while on our roads and for adhering to the posted speed limits.

There will be no further updates released on this matter.

Here’s the video posted by WWE Superstar Lacey Evans


Alberta reports 15 new COVID-19 cases, one new death

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EDMONTON — Alberta is reporting 15 new COVID-19 cases and one new death.

That brings the province’s total number of cases to 7,091 and deaths to 146.

There have been 6,611 cases that have recovered as of Thursday.

Alberta has 334 active cases, 10 fewer than a day earlier.

Forty-eight people remain in hospital, including six in intensive care.

This report by The Canadian Press was first published on June 4, 2020.

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Man faces second-degree murder charge in Calgary chef’s death in March

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CALGARY — Police have charged a 26-year-old Calgary man in the death of a longtime chef during an attempted break-and-enter three months ago.

Anthony Archie Michel Christian is accused of second-degree murder and is to next appear in court on Monday.

Investigators have said 56-year-old Christophe Herblin responded to an alarm about 3 a.m. on March 14 at a cafe he was about to open.

Officers searched and cleared the area, but Herblin remained in a parking lot for three hours waiting for a contractor to arrive to secure the business.

Police say he was then attacked by three people who had returned to the scene.

Investigators are hoping to talk to two people, Fritz Chiefmoon and Kiara Leather of Calgary, who are believed to have more information about the case.

Herblin was an executive sous chef at the Glencoe Golf and Country Club in Calgary.

His new business, a French deli and cafe, was to open shortly after he was killed.

This report by The Canadian Press was first published on June 4, 2020

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