Police Beat

Driver prohibited

An intoxicated driver has been issued a 90-day driving prohibition and has had her vehicle impounded for 30 days after being pulled over by RCMP July 1.

An officer saw the 21-year-old female get into a vehicle after leaving JJ’s Pub. The driver was stopped on 13th Avenue and displayed signs of impairment. Roadside tests confirmed the driver was intoxicated.Morning crash


A two-vehicle collision occurred at the corner of Evergreen and McPhedran on June 30 at 2:32 a.m.

RCMP said a blue Dodge Journey failed to yield to an oncoming van.  The two vehicles collided, resulting in injuries to the operator of the Journey.


Vehicles seized

A female driver, stopped by RCMP near a known drug house on June 29 at 6:30 p.m., tried to evade police.

After she was pulled over, the driver attempted to dissolve several packets of white powder into a beverage container within the vehicle.  The driver was arrested.





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