Northern Alberta Mountie charged with impaired driving

By EverythingGP (Sheena Roszell)
June 11, 2018 - 4:12pm

An RCMP Constable from the McLennan detachment in northern Alberta has been charged with impaired driving.

On June 1, RCMP were called to a convenience store in High Prairie on Friday after a complainant said she saw another female drive into the parking lot, exit the vehicle and enter the store. The complainant thought the woman driving was under the influence and she asked her for her keys, but the woman wouldn’t hand them over.

When High Prairie officers arrived at the store, they recognized the female driving as Corporal Anita Doktor. She was investigated and charged. Cpl. Doktor is currently suspended with pay and the RCMP say her duty status will be subject to ongoing reviews.

"Maintaining the public trust is one of the key components of policing", says Chief Superintendent Rhonda Blackmore, District Commander for the RCMP’s Western Alberta District. "Any conduct that could harm the public’s trust and confidence in their police is taken very seriously.”


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