Walking is part of a healthy lifestyle and is many Albertans’ primary form of transportation, particularly children and youth. In 2006, almost 40 per cent of the drivers in collisions involving a pedestrian failed to yield the right of way to the pedestrian. […]
St. Albert RCMP reported Tuesday afternoon that between Saturday, Oct. 8 and Monday, Oct. 10, 2016 the Detachment received seven reports of stolen vehicles from various neighborhoods in St. Albert. […]
A man was airlifted to hospital Friday afternoon after a collision on Highway 2.
Morinville RCMP and emergency services responded to a serious two motor vehicle collision involving a motorcycle and a pickup truck on Highway 2 near Township Road 564 in Sturgeon County around 4:45 p.m. Friday afternoon. […]
If the police determine your ability to operate a vehicle has been impaired by alcohol or drugs, even if your Blood Alcohol Content (BAC) is below .08, you can be charged criminally with impaired driving. […]
Morinville RCMP responded to an armed robbery at the Champlain Pharmacy IDA in Morinville at approximately 11:30 a.m. Thursday morning.
Police say a lone male entered the pharmacy wearing a black bandana, approached staff, and stated he had a knife in his pocket. […]
A Capital Region Integrated Traffic Services member, with the assistance of Morinville RCMP, arrested two men during a traffic stop on Highway 44. Both men were found to be breaching a number of court-ordered conditions. […]
On March 6th, 2016 at approximately 9:30 p.m. an unidentified male entered the Shell Gas Station located at 10609 100 Avenue in Morinville. The male walked around the store placing a pair of sunglasses onto his head and then walked up to the till and grabbed a tray of lottery tickets. […]
On Mar. 4, 2016, Chief Kurt Burnstick of the Alexander First Nation was charged with one count of sexual assault. It is alleged that this assault was committed against an adult female who is known to Chief Burnstick. […]
Motorists who like to drive around town unencumbered by seat belts would be wise to buckle up, particularly this month.
March has been designated Occupant Restrain Month under the Alberta Traffic Safety Plan. Each month RCMP, Sheriffs, and their enforcement partners target a different aspect of traffic safety to educate the public. […]
“Know the limit – Know your limit” is the message Morinville RCMP are unveiling this month as they remind residents impaired driving is a crime and will be treated as such. The Detachment, in conjunction with the Alberta Traffic Safety Action Plan, will be focusing attention on impaired driving this month. […]