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Rocky RCMP looking for shooting suspect

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From Rocky Mountain House RCMP – Shooting

Sunchild First Nation, Alberta – On Friday June 28, 2019, at approximately 8:30 a.m. Rocky Mountain House RCMP responded to shots fired at a residence on the Sunchild First Nation.

It was determined a firearm was used to shoot at the residence, and fortunately the three occupants inside were unharmed. 

A warrant has been issued for 22 yr old Tristan Crookedlegs-King.  Charges include;

·       Sec. 244 Criminal Code (C.C.) – Discharging firearm with intent to endanger the life of person;

·       Sec. 264.1 C.C. – Uttering Threats to cause death or bodily harm;

·       Sec. 430 (2) C.C. – Mischief endangering life;

·       Sec. 87 (1) C.C. – Pointing a firearm;

·       Sec. 145 (3) C.C. – 2 counts of Failing to comply with conditions;

·       Sec. 117.01(1) C.C. – Possess prohibited firearm.

Tristan also has additional warrants for charges including;

·       Sec. 145 (3) C.C. – Failing to comply with conditions;

·       Sec. 4(1) Controlled Drugs Substance Act – Possession of methamphetamine;

·       Sec. 320.17 C.C. – Flight from peace officer.

Tristan Crookedlegs-King is described as:

–       First Nations

–       5’10” tall / 165 lbs.

–       Brown eyes / short black hair 

RCMP continue to investigate this occurrence. 

If you have information about the whereabouts of Tristan Crookedlegs-King, please call the Rocky Mountain House RCMP at 403-845-2882, or your local police detachment.  If you wish to remain anonymous, you can contact Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 (TIPS), online at www.P3Tips.com or by using the “P3 Tips” app available through the apple App or Google Play Store.

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Concerned citizens help police arrest impaired drivers in Jasper

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July 22, 2019

Concerned citizens help police arrest 2 impaired drivers; Jasper RCMP

Jasper, Alberta – In less than 5 hours, Jasper RCMP officers arrested and charged two drivers for impaired driving related offences after receiving 911 calls from concerned citizens.

On July 21, 2019 at approximately 5:40 PM, Jasper RCMP officers received a 911 call for a possible impaired driver swerving all over the road on Connaught Drive. Police located the vehicle and became suspicious that the driver had consumed alcohol. The male driver provided a sample of his breath into an approved screening device and failed the test. He was subsequently arrested and transported to the Jasper Detachment where he provided additional samples of his breath which showed a blood alcohol concentration that was more than double the legal limit.

The 64 year old Jasper resident was charged with impaired operation of a motor vehicle. His licence was suspended and his vehicle was seized.

The same day at approximately 10:20 PM, Jasper RCMP officers responded to a 911 call regarding a vehicle driving on the wrong side of the road and into the ditch on Highway 16. Police located the vehicle on Highway 16 near the Palisades picnic area and clocked it at a speed of a 156 km/h in a 90 km/h zone. The male driver was ordered to provide a sample of his breath into an approved screening device but failed to comply with the demand.

The 50 year old Hinton resident was charged with failing to comply with an approved screening device demand, exceeding the maximum speed limit and driving with an expired licence plate. His licence was suspended and his vehicle was seized.

Both subjects are scheduled to appear in Jasper Provincial Court on August 22nd, 2019.

Jasper RCMP officers continue to be out in full force every day and every night in an attempt to locate and remove impaired drivers from our roads. The Jasper RCMP encourage you to call 911 if you suspect a driver is impaired.

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Police make arrest after fires in Eastview’s Terrace Park

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Terrace Park Vehicle Fire

Post from Red Deer RCMP.      Photos Contributed by Glenn Rhodes to Facebook

Red Deer RCMP arrest man for arson after vehicles fires

A Red Deer man is facing arson charges after two vehicles were set on fire early this morning.

At 3:25 a.m. Red Deer RCMP and Red Deer Emergency Services were called to an address in Terrace Park for a vehicle on fire. A short time later, at 4:15 a.m., they responded to a call for another vehicle on fire at a separate address in Terrace Park.

Residents were briefly evacuated from their homes, but there were no injuries.

RCMP have arrested a 43-year old male in connection with the fires. RCMP and Red Deer Emergency Services continue to investigate.

Terrace Park vehicle fire

 

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