Mountie Moments

MOUNTIE MOMENTS
Foothills County Policing
RCMP Turner Valley Detachment

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June 12 - June 18, 2022 Edition
 

What Went on Last Week 

On June 12, Foothills County RCMP responded to two separate complaints of people in emotional distress. Both were transported to hospital for an assessment.

On June 12, Foothills County RCMP responded to a two vehicle collision on 236 Avenue. The driver of one of the vehicles was intoxicated and received a license suspension and vehicle impound. The driver and passenger of the other vehicle were treated on scene by EMS for minor injuries.

On June 13, Foothills County RCMP responded to a complaint of a suspicious trailer parked near a 128 Street property. An investigation revealed the trailer had been stolen out of Calgary. The trailer was towed for return to its rightful owner.

On June 13, Foothills County RCMP responded to a residential break and enter in the Highwood Meadows area. A suspect vehicle was identified from video surveillance, and on June 20 a male was arrested in possession of the suspect vehicle by Lethbridge Police. Charges for the break and enter are pending against a male from Brocket, Alberta.

On June 13, Foothills County RCMP responded to a single vehicle rollover on 64 Street. The male driver and lone occupant of the vehicle was injured and transported to hospital for assessment. Alcohol is suspected to be a factor in the collision and the investigation continues.

On June 16, Foothills County RCMP responded to a complaint of a person in mental health distress. The individual was transported to hospital for assessment without incident.

On June 17, Foothills County RCMP and emergency services responded to a two vehicle collision on Highway 2, 1 km south of Highway 2A. A northbound vehicle had crossed the meridian, striking a southbound vehicle head-on. The drivers of both vehicles, a 54 year old male from Calgary and a 38 year old female from Calgary, died as a result of the collision. There were no passengers in either vehicle. The investigation is ongoing to determine the factors leading to the collision.

Sometime on June 17, unknown suspect(s) broke in to a residence in the Dewinton area, stealing jewellery and accessories. The investigation is ongoing to identify suspects.

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Foothills County Policing
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