BONNYVILLE – Bonnyville Centralized High School (BCHS) the target of theft.
According to Bonnyville RCMP Sgt. Kim Hillier, the local detachment received a report that the job shack at the high school had been broken into between Oct. 30 and Nov. 1.
“They stole tools, a battery charger, and a battery,” she explained.
Anyone with any information on the incident is encouraged to contact the Bonnyville RCMP at 780-343-7200.
Intoxicated driver parks in the wrong place
A concerned citizen reported a car was parked in the middle of the road on Nov. 17 blocking traffic with no lights on.
Members attended and located a "heavily intoxicated" 27-year-old female behind the wheel.
“The driver was unable to provide a breath sample due to the level of intoxication,” Hillier noted. “The driver was charged with adult refusal to comply with the demand, impaired operation, and driving an uninsured vehicle on the highway along with multiple traffic act violations.”
Improper stop leads to a license suspension
“RCMP observed a driver not coming to a complete stop at a stop sign,” Hillier detailed. “The member completed a traffic stop and the mandatory alcohol screening demand, which in turn led to a license suspension. The vehicle was towed and the license was seized.”
Local residence broken into
A complainant attended the Bonnyville detachment on Nov. 17 to report that his wife’s home had been broken into within the last five days.
“The main door had been pried open, the suspects had searched through every room, and there were multiple drawers dumped on the floor,” noted Hillier. “The only thing that appeared to be missing is an old single shot 22.”
According to Hillier, the incident occurred near Township Rd. 634 on Rge Rd. 474.