A Red Deer man appears in court today after RCMP arrested him in two different stolen vehicles within the space of a day and a half.
February 2018 RCMP News Archive
A 32 year old man turned himself in to Red Deer RCMP on Saturday, one day after RCMP reported that a truck had reversed across a parking lot and driven into Papa Baldy’s Pizza restaurant, causing minor injuries to an employee and extensive building damage.
February is Distracted Driving Awareness month, and Red Deer RCMP and Community Peace Officers will be zeroing in on distracted drivers all month through targeted campaigns and patrols in marked and unmarked police vehicles.
If you’re interested in giving back to your community in meaningful ways, volunteering with Red Deer RCMP Victim Services may be just what you’re looking for. Learn more at an information event February 10 at the downtown detachment.
Red Deer RCMP are investigating a residential break-in on January 29 in Oriole Park in which the suspects stole numerous firearms and a pet corn snake.
Red Deer RCMP are looking for public assistance to identify the driver of a truck that struck a 17 year old pedestrian as he crossed a north-end intersection last night, then fled the scene.
25 year old Kareem Lujmea Cummings turned himself in to Red Deer RCMP yesterday afternoon; he was wanted on warrants regarding the January 18 incident in Riverside Meadows in which shots were fired and bullets struck nearby residences and vehicles.
Collision rates rise during each major snowfall, and Red Deer RCMP would like to remind drivers when and how to report motor vehicle collisions.
A Red Deer man appears in court today to face 17 separate counts of theft and one of robbery, after Red Deer RCMP arrested him as the suspect in a series of liquor store thefts going back to August.
Kiana Young has been located and RCMP thank the public for their assistance.
Recent arrests by Red Deer RCMP have involved seizures of fentanyl and carfentanil, property crimes and fraud, and a continued focus on prolific offenders and crime hot spots.