In the month of September, the Red Deer RCMP’s Crime Reduction Team (CRT) conducted a Targeted Response to Auto Theft Project (TRAP).
October 2020 RCMP News Archive
Shortly after 7 p.m. on October 6, 2020, Red Deer RCMP responded to an unknown situation involving a possible firearm at a downtown residential building along 55 Street.
Red Deer, Alta – The Red Deer RCMP can confirm that Amanda Larsen was located deceased on Sept. 15. As there is no criminal investigation into her death, no further updates will be provided.
Red Deer RCMP have confirmed the wellbeing of 17-year-old Bojan Pajic and are no longer seeking assistance in locating her.
With the return of cold temperatures, Red Deer RCMP are reminding drivers not to leave their idling vehicles unoccupied in an effort to reduce vehicle thefts.
September was a busy month for the Red Deer RCMP’s Downtown Patrol Unit (DPU), as they responded to 66 calls for service and conducted an additional 49 proactive policing investigations resulting in 58 people arrested and 102 Criminal Code charges laid.
On Sept. 20, 2020, Red Deer RCMP attended a scheduled anti-racism demonstration at Rotary Recreation Park
The Red Deer RCMP continue to investigate the fire that occurred at 5129 - 50 Ave on August 24, and would like help identifying a woman captured on video from inside the building.
At 10 p.m. on Oct. 22, Red Deer RCMP responded to a call of an attempted home invasion in the Highland Green neighbourhood.
Red Deer, Alta. – Though Halloween might look a little different this year, the safety of our little ghosts and goblins is just as important as ever. Red Deer RCMP would like to remind children and adults about a few Halloween safety tips so all may enjoy