Stettler RCMP field calls for theft, loud party

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  • Sep. 7, 2011 12:00 p.m.

CPL. TERRY BEST

Stettler RCMP

The Stettler RCMP detachment answered calls that ran the gamut in the past week:

– On Aug. 30, a resident in the Nevis area reported his small dog was attacked by another dog while it was outside. The incident is under investigation.

– On Aug. 31, police received a report of flower pots being thrown around in the 6000 block of 50 Avenue. Police are following up on leads.

– On Aug. 31, a sign was stolen from a location in the 6000 block of 40 Avenue.

– On Sept. 2, a local resident reported his vehicle was struck by another driver while it was parked on Main Street. A witness to the incident reported a driver of a white Pontiac 6000 was responsible. The matter is under investigation.

– On Sept. 2, an area resident reported her wallet was stolen while she was at a business in the 4700 block of 70 Street.

– On Sept. 3, a report of an ongoing loud party in the 6000 block of 52 Avenue resulted in a charge under the Town of Stettler’s noise bylaw.

– On Sept. 5, a resident in the 5900 block of 50a Avenue reported his licence plate was stolen from his vehicle.

– On Sept. 5, a 16-year-old male from the Stettler area was charged with theft following a shoplifting incident at a business on 70 Street.

During this time period, a total of 65 complaints were received by police. They included a number of collisions, traffic violations and disturbances. Police are grateful the number of false alarm and false 911 calls are diminishing. During this time period, only four of these types of calls were received.

Anyone with information that would assist police in solving these, or any other crime, is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS or send an email to www.tipsubmit.com. Crime Stoppers is anonymous and pays cash for information that leads to an arrest or the recovery of stolen property.

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