RCMP investigates death in town

  • Jul. 29, 2009 4:00 p.m.

Mustafa Eric

Independent editor

Stettler RCMP said they were investigating the death of a Stettler woman. The statement came as part of the weekly RCMP summary released by detachment commander Sergeant Rowland Schmidt.

The statement is as follows:


Police responded to an apartment in the 4900 block of 50 Street on July 27 at about 5 a.m. after Emergency Medical Services (EMS) personnel reported the death of a 35-year- old Stettler woman in her home. A thorough investigation was undertaken with the assistance of the Red Deer Forensic Identification Section and the “K” Division Major Crime Unit.

The cause of death has not been determined, and further testing will occur, including an autopsy under the direction of the Medical Examiner’s Office in Calgary.


A 27-year-old male from the County of Stettler was charged on July 24 with uttering threats after a domestic altercation. He will appear in local court on Aug. 13 to enter a plea.

On July 25, police responded to a complaint of domestic assault in Stettler. As a result, a 38- year-old Stettler resident was arrested and charged with sexual assault, assault with a weapon and uttering threats.

He will appear in Stettler Provincial Court on July 30 to enter pleas.


Two vehicles collided on Highway 12 at Botha on July 24. An eastbound Honda minivan, pulling a tent trailer, struck a southbound Nissan car when the car crossed the highway and into the path of the minivan. Occupants of all vehicles were using their seatbelts properly, including a toddler in a car seat. Police believe slow speeds and seatbelt use prevented serious injury. Several occupants said they intended to seek medical help on their own time and EMS was not summonsed.


A business in the 5100 block of 51 Avenue in Stettler had its front window smashed on July 23, leaving a hole big enough to enter. A small amount of property was stolen.

A home in the 4900 block of 53 Street in Stettler was discovered broken into on July 26 and property was stolen.

On July 27, a home was discovered broken into in Botha and property was taken.


A window was smashed with a rock overnight on July 26 at a business in the 5000 block of 50 Street downtown Stettler.

Many highway signs were knocked down on roads in the Byemoor area on July 21 and more on July 23.

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