Incidents of theft continue

Police responded to a collision on Sept. 24, when a vehicle went into the ditch along 57 Street north in Stettler. As a result of the investigation, a 21-year- old male from Stettler was arrested and charged with impaired driving and will appear in Stettler Provincial Court on Oct. 22 to enter a plea.

IMPAIRED DRIVING

Police responded to a collision on Sept. 24, when a vehicle went into the ditch along 57 Street north in Stettler. As a result of the investigation, a 21-year- old male from Stettler was arrested and charged with impaired driving and will appear in Stettler Provincial Court on Oct. 22 to enter a plea.

VANDALISM

Tires were found slashed overnight on Sept. 26. The vehicle was parked in the 4800 block of 61A Street in Stettler.

A vehicle parked on private property in the northwest area of the County of Stettler had its windows shot out on Sept 27.

THEFT

Two chainsaws were reported stolen on Sept. 22 from a location in the 5100 block of 61 Street in Stettler. One was stolen some weeks prior and the other within 48 hours. Stolen were a Husquvarna H455 and a Stihl 018C-15.

The Esso gas station in Stettler lost gas on Sept. 24 to customers who left without paying. At 3:35 p.m., a brown and grey Toyota Tacoma drove off and at 3:57 p.m., a grey Nissan Pathfinder did the same thing. Males were described as driving on both occasions and the investigations continue to identify the culprits.

A vehicle parked in the 4600 block of 58 Street in Stettler was entered and property stolen overnight on Sept. 25 . The next night, a vehicle parked in the 4600 block of 44 Avenue was entered and thieves stole a CD player, amplifier and speakers.

A red mountain bike was stolen from where the owner left it in the 6000 block of 50 Avenue in Stettler on Sept. 26.

A train used for public rides was broken into in Stettler on Sept. 26, overnight, and food items were stolen.

At the Botha Woodlands Cemetery, a sign placed on a grave site was reported stolen on Sept. 28.

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