Police have been busy

Police arrested and charged a 17-year-old female youth with assault, section 266 of the Criminal Code, after an incident on Sept.11 in Stettler. She will appear in Stettler Youth Court Oct. 13 to enter a plea.

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ASSAULT

Police arrested and charged a 17-year-old female youth with assault, section 266 of the Criminal Code, after an incident on Sept.11 in Stettler. She will appear in Stettler Youth Court Oct. 13 to enter a plea.

A 15-year-old male was arrested on Sept. 12 and charged for uttering threats and for assault after police were called to a home in Stettler. The youth was remanded in custody until Sept. 1th when he will appear in Red Deer for a bail hearing.

Also on Sept 12, a 19- year-old male from Stettler was arrested and charged for assault and breaching his probation after an incident in Stettler. He will appear in Stettler court on Oct. 8 to enter a plea.

IMPAIRED DRIVING

After an investigation into erratic driving by a semi trailer unit, including the striking of a light standard near the intersection of Hwy 12 and 67 Street in Stettler, an impaired driver was arrested and charged on Sept 12. He will appear in Stettler court on Oct. 22 to enter a plea.

THEFT

A business located in the 4400 block on 50 Street in Stettler was reported broken into Sept. 8. Stolen were tools, an air compressor and cash.

On Sept. 11, at 9:50 a.m., a person took fuel from a Stettler gas station and left without paying. The suspect vehicle is a late 1990’s dark blue Chev pickup truck with a silver slip tank in the box.

A BBQ was stolen from the construction site at the Wm. E. Hay High School overnight on Sept. 10.

On Sept 7, overnight, a white Nakumura Solano bicycle was stolen from a yard in the 6300 block of 40 Avenue in Stettler.

Two more bicycles were reported stolen on Sept. 13 from the 6100 block of 50 Avenue and the 4900 block of 47 Street in Stettler. Taken was a red 15-speed bike and a white and black BMX.

Anyone with information that would assist police in solving these or any other crimes is asked to call Crimestoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS, or send an email to www.tipsubmit.com.