Here is the weekly report from Rocky Moutain House RCMP for the week of Jan. 3-8, 2019.
2019-01-03 @ 3:27 P.M. – Report of a theft from a motor vehicle in Rocky Mountain House. Documents, change and clothing stolen.
2019-01-03 @ 3:58 P.M. – Single vehicle collision on intersection 591. Police attended along with EMS. The male driver failed the roadside screening device. Under investigation.
2019-01-03 @ 4:30 P.M. – Break and Enter to unlocked garage overnight in Rocky Mountain House. Tools stolen.
2019-01-03 @ 6:21 P.M. – Report of an intoxicated male knocking on a door at a residence in Rocky Mountain House. Patrols made but subject not located.
2019-01-03 @ 7:12 P.M. – Theft of liquor from Rocky Mountain House liquor store. Male suspect took off on foot.
2019-01-04 @ 9:03 A.M. – Attempted theft of a vehicle while it was warming up at a residence in Rocky Mountain House. Windows smashed out. Suspects fled in a silver Honda.
2019-01-04 @ 9:40 A.M. – Theft of a red 2016 Dodge 3500 diesel (Alberta license plate BVX-4025) from Rocky Mountain House minimart.
2019-01-04 @ 10:48 A.M. – Theft of GPS from a vehicle in Rocky Mountain House.
2019-01-04 @ 2:10 P.M. – Burned out GMC pickup truck, with body parts missing, located on Range Road 4-1, Clearwater County. Vehicle towed. Under investigation.
2019-01-04 @ 4:37 P.M. – Large hay bail on intersection 761 / Highway 12. Alberta Highways contacted.
2019-01-04 @ 5:22 P.M. – Theft of license plate stolen from a vehicle on the Sunchild First Nation.
2019-01-05 @ 2:54 A.M. – 911 call of an assault on the O’Chiese First Nation Reserve. Police attended and arrested an adult female. Charges pending.
2019-01-05 @ 9:55 A.M. – Report of a possible “Impaired Driver” on highway 12. Vehicle located. Driver given a 24 hour suspension.
2019-01-05 @ 1:13 P.M. – Vehicle stolen while owner inside a Rocky Mountain House café. 2015 white Honda Civic (Alberta license plate BMV3076).
2019-01-05 @ 4:08 P.M. – Report of an assault with bear spray at a residence on the O’Chiese First Nation Reserve. Police arrested and charged a male youth.
2019-01-05 @6:02 P.M. – Blue 2007 GMC Sierra pickup truck, belonging to O’Chiese Public Works, stolen from Gas Station on the O’Chiese First Nation Reserve. Recovered overnight heavily damaged. Under investigation.
2019-01-05 @ 9:57 P.M. – Report of a suspicious vehicle in a back alley in Rocky Mountain House. Vehicle located in town. Driver given violation ticket for having “No Insurance”.
2019-01-05 @ 9:30 P.M. – Police stopped a vehicle on highway 11A. The driver initially gave a false name and was arrested for “Obstruction of a police officer.” It was also determined that he was a suspended driver. Charges laid and vehicle seized for 30 days.
2019-01-06 @ 2:30 P.M. – Theft of prescription medication reported stolen from complainant’s purse.
2019-01-07 @ 8:51 A.M. – Theft from well site located west of Caroline.
2019-01-07 @ 10:12 A.M. – Complaint from a business in Clearwater County who had received a counterfeit 50 dollar bill from a customer. Under investigation.
2018-01-08 @ @1:08 P.M. – Shoplifting complaint from local Rocky Mountain House store. Under investigation.
2019-01-08 @ 3:48 P.M. – 2000 dark blue Chevrolet 1500 pickup truck stolen from residence in a subdivision west on Highway 11A (Alberta license plate BMC2353). The male suspect was dropped off by a tan colored 4-door Chev pickup. Owner tried to stop the suspect unsuccessfully. Vehicle last seen westbound near Horburg.
2019-01-08 @ 4:49 P.M. – Shoplifter apprehended at local Rocky Mountain House grocery store. Under investigation.
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