27 November 2017

Stolen Vehicle:

A work truck was stolen from Manor Estates early on the morning of November 27th.  Please contact Morinville RCMP if you have any information regarding this crime.  Attached is a picture of the vehicle.

Morinville RCMP - (780) 939-4520

25 November 2017

A few site updates:

We have added a few pictures from the past year to the events page on the site:


The calendar of events for 2017/2018 has also been added to the Meetings page:


As the event dates are confirmed we will be updating them so check back often.

17 November 2017

Break and Enter in Sturgeon County

Hello Everyone,

       Please call the RCMP if you have seen anything on this Break and Enter, it would be greatly appreciated and give this family some comfort as well. This email was sent as they ask, but will have more information later, but in the mean time, lets KEEP our EYES on any suspicious activity and REPORT IT... Thank you

I would like to post a comment on your page about our home being broken into.. We are still putting together our statement but felt that the quicker we ask the public if they saw anything the quicker we might find the assailants. We need to know if any vehicle at all was in or drove through our yard.

Our address - 54314 RR 275, Sturgeon County. Broke into home on Nov 10 between 8 am and 7 pm.

The RCMP need your Help on the Break and Enter at the Sturgeon Composite High School

Hey Folks,
RCMP FILE # 20171545052
Just wanted to keep you up to date.
There have been quite a few thefts / Break and Enters at Sturgeon Composite High School.
Sturgeon Composite High School has had a catalytic converter worth $18,000 stolen from bus, One of the on-site Electric companies had there building broken into and had wire and computer stolen.
There was also a Break and Enter at a Business in the same area.
The Break and Enter at Sturgeon Composite showed two Males in a 10 Foot UHAUL truck. A licence plate was not obtained.
I am asking for every to be vigilant and report any suspicious vehicles around Schools during none School Hours.
Please do not hesitate to contact the RCMP if you have any questions or concerns. If you See It, Report It.

RCMP Morinville Detachment

Impersonation Sturgeon County, Please be aware and Report it

 Good Morning Everyone,
              My Apologies as I had started this email to inform you all to watch for and ask for ID, as company employees are to submit ID to verify they work with or for the company. I had noticed the post and sent an unfinished note to everyone, l am very sorry, no excuses.

              I had an employer from the Sturgeon County Office informed me that someone is impersonating as a Sturgeon County employee and the Truck this person was driving had the Sturgeon County Logo on it as well, now the information that the resident gave and complained as this driver drove over his sprinkler system along with some damage to his yard.

              The Sturgeon County employer looked into this, talked with the staff and found that no one had been in the area, now where this took place, l will look into and pass on to you all. My apologies everyone, and again l will find out more on this crime and others. Thank you for your patience as it means a lot

Thank you

9 November 2017

Auto Thieves like their job made easy, Please stay alert.

November 9, 2017
RCMP – Auto thieves like their job made easy
Alberta – Across this province, the RCMP, along with their partner police agencies, are warning citizens about the repercussions of leaving your unsecured vehicle idling.
The Police are asking vehicle owners to keep their keys / key fob on their person when allowing your vehicle to idle.  Auto thieves are roaming neighbourhoods and rural areas looking for a quick opportunity.  It takes less than a minute to get in a vehicle and drive away.
The mindset of a driver of a stolen vehicle is not always rational.  Situations involving stolen vehicles can have a significant impact on public safety and recently, police safety.  There is no expectation that a thief will take care of your vehicle.
Within the last week, the RCMP have had two examples in different jurisdictions were police safety was put severely at risk.  On October 28 Barrhead RCMP responded to a suspicious person complaint which escalated into the suspect stealing a tractor which had keys in it and ramming the police vehicle. Yesterday, in Red Deer a 21-year-old male stole a truck that was idling and when located by the police, he rammed the police vehicle with the truck.   Fortunately, in both incidents, no one was injured.
Since October 1, we have had 1420 vehicles stolen in Alberta RCMP jurisdictions‎. We know many of these were idling vehicles with the keys accessible.
Citizens are reminded to:
  • Never leave a running vehicle unattended. If your keys must be in the ignition to warm it up, citizens should remain with their vehicle.
  • Install a remote starter if possible, however, always make sure the vehicle is locked. 
  • Use a steering wheel lock to deter thieves. 
  • Never leave children unattended in a running vehicle.
  • Never leave spare keys or garage door openers in or around your vehicle. If a garage door opener goes missing at any time, the garage door should be immediately re-coded. 
  • If your keys are stolen, immediately change the locks for the keys that have gone missing, including residences and vehicles. 
  • Vehicles equipped with a keyless ignition can still be stolen if left running, even with the key fob removed from the vehicle.
  • Always lock the man door leading from a garage into a residence.

Athabasca Supervisor
 Athabasca RCMP

Stats in the Surgeon County, New Post

Good Morning Everyone,

         Received this post pass on, as most of the Residents have been asking about the stats, so this is from our Sturgeon County Protective Services, and they have been busy.  The RCMP are working on the stats as well and when they come in, it will be posted. If you have any questions, you can send them to our email  sturgeonrcwa@gmail.com

  I would like to thank all of the residents in and around Sturgeon County for being so patient, as we all know of the man power is low and they are doing there best. So PLEASE Report it, we still  as always need to help them out and this will show how strong we are to be a deterrent towards these crimes. So you will see a list below on the activities they have been involved with and responded as well. So Christmas is right around the corner, and we asked that you all be safe,  as we are gearing up for the parades that are happening and holiday events, so let's Be Safe.

Thank you

New Post - Sturgeon County Protective Services Statistics

Posted: 08 Nov 2017 07:39 PM PST
Here are some of the stats for the last three months from Sturgeon County Protective Services (Enforcement Services)

                            Request for service      Violation Tickets   Traffic Warnings         
August                           222                              145                          56
September                     214                              139                          37
October                          234                              154                          43

8 November 2017

Sturgeon County Protective Services Statistics

Here are some of the stats for the last three months from Sturgeon County Protective Services (Enforcement Services)

                            Request for service      Violation Tickets   Traffic Warnings         
August                           222                              145                          56
September                     214                              139                          37
October                          234                              154                          43

1 November 2017

New Post

Fan out on behalf of Boyle RCMP Detachment:

November 1, 2017
Boyle RCMP Seek public assistance to locate missing male
Boyle, Alberta – Boyle RCMP are asking for the public’s assistance in locating 59 year old Randolph Gus Annas.
Randolph was last seen on October 31, 2017 near the CIBC on 3rd Street in Boyle wearing a blue-grey sweater, blue jeans, black running shoes and a black ball cap.
Randolph is described as:
-         Caucasian male
-         5’9” tall, 160 lbs
-         Grey hair with green eyes
-         Grey moustache
If you have any information on the whereabouts of Randolph Gus Annas please call the Boyle RCMP at 780-689-4081 or call your local police.  If you want to remain anonymous, you can contact Crime Stoppers by phone at 1-800-222-8477 (TIPS), by internet at www.tipsubmit.com, or by SMS (check your local Crime Stoppers www.crimestoppers.ab.ca for instructions).

RCMP "K" Division  
Acting Operations Supervisor
Boyle RCMP Detachment
4901 Taylor Road, PO Box 58
Boyle, Alberta T0A-0M0
Office# (780) 689-4081