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Public Tips Lead To Numerous Property Crime Arrests In Red Deer

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By Sheldon Spackman

Red Deer City RCMP are Thanking members of the public and vigilante staff at local businesses in reporting suspected criminal activity in our city. As a result, Mounties say a number of recent property crime arrests have been made, in addition to numerous charges and the execution of multiple warrants.

On November 9th, RCMP were called to a bank in the city, where a man was in the process of attempting to open an account with identification the caller believed was not his. RCMP attended and confirmed that the suspect was in possession of three pieces of identification that had been reported stolen in a wallet theft several months earlier in Red Deer. At the time of his arrest, the suspect was also wanted on four outstanding warrants for assault, forcible confinement and failing to appear in court. 41 year old William Joseph Lagrelle faces numerous counts in regards to this incident.

Shortly after 9 pm on November 10, RCMP attended 5405 50 Avenue in response to a report of suspicious activity. Staff in the business on the main floor reported hearing sounds from the suite above, which was unoccupied. RCMP located two suspects who were both wanted on a number of outstanding warrants and arrested them without incident. Charged are 45 year old Joel David Bremner who was wanted on three warrants at the time of his arrest  and 33 year old Aaron James LeBlanc who was arrested on three outstanding warrants for assault and uttering threats.

Shortly before 9 am on November 11, RCMP were called to a residence in Eastview when a caller reported suspicious activity at a neighbouring property. RCMP attended and located the suspect several blocks from the scene, where he was arrested without incident. During the course of the investigation, RCMP determined that nine garages had been broken into in the space of a few hours within a two block radius in Eastview. Much of the stolen property was located stacked in an alley and was returned to the victims. 31 year old Lincoln Charles Capel faces numerous counts as a result and at the time of his arrest, was wanted on seven outstanding warrants.

Finally, at 5:30 am on November 13, RCMP responded to a break-in in progress at Bad Ass Jack’s on 67 Street, where police located and arrested a suspect as he attempted to leave the business carrying a cash register and various food products from the restaurant. 38 year old Kyle Kevin Vaine faces numerous counts.

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Canada ends scoring drought at men’s World Cup but can’t hold off Croatia

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Umm Şalāl ‘Alī – Canada wasted little time Sunday ending its scoring drought at the men’s World Cup via Alphonso Davies but could not hold off Croatia, losing 4-1 to end its hopes of reaching the tournament’s knockout round.

Ranked 12th in the world and runner-up to France four years ago in Russia, Croatia is filled with talent from top clubs and its class showed in rallying from an early 1-0 deficit.

Two goals by Andrej Kramaric and one by Marko Livaja accounted for the Croatian comeback. Lovro Majer added a stoppage-time goal in the 94th minute on a two-on-none attack.

The 41st-ranked Canadians started with a bang with a Milan Borjan goal kick finding Cyle Larin at midfield. Larin controlled the ball deftly with his foot and sent it over to Tajon Buchanan down the right flank. Buchanan surged ahead, took two touches, lifted his head and sent in a cross that Davies, soaring through the air high above fullback Josip Juranovic, headed home past goalkeeper Dominik Livakovic.

The Canadians came into the contest — the first-ever meeting between the two countries — needing at least a point to keep alive their hope of advancing out of the group stage with coach John Herdman calling it “one of those do-or-die games.”

Croatia also needed a result after tying Morocco 0-0 in its opener.

This report by The Canadian Press was first published Nov. 27, 2022

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Canada ends scoring drought at men’s World Cup but can’t hold off Croatia

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UMM ŞALĀL ‘ALĪ, Qatar — Canada wasted little time Sunday ending its scoring drought at the men’s World Cup via Alphonso Davies but could not hold off Croatia, losing 4-1 to end its hopes of reaching the tournament’s knockout round.

Ranked 12th in the world and runner-up to France four years ago in Russia, Croatia is filled with talent from top clubs and its class showed in rallying from an early 1-0 deficit.

Two goals by Andrej Kramaric and one by Marko Livaja accounted for the Croatian comeback. Lovro Majer added a stoppage-time goal in the 94th minute on a two-on-none attack. 

The 41st-ranked Canadians started with a bang with a Milan Borjan goal kick finding Cyle Larin at midfield. Larin controlled the ball deftly with his foot and sent it over to Tajon Buchanan down the right flank. Buchanan surged ahead, took two touches, lifted his head and sent in a cross that Davies, soaring through the air high above fullback Josip Juranovic, headed home past goalkeeper Dominik Livakovic.

The Canadians came into the contest — the first-ever meeting between the two countries — needing at least a point to keep alive their hope of advancing out of the group stage with coach John Herdman calling it “one of those do-or-die games.”

Croatia also needed a result after tying Morocco 0-0 in its opener.

This report by The Canadian Press was first published Nov. 27, 2022

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