Edmonton police officer charged with theft, fraud

Posted May 29, 2020 4:40 pm Smaller font Descrease article font size –A Larger font Increase article font size A+ A 16-year member of the Edmonton Police Service has been charged with fraud and theft. Edmonton police said in a…

Garages in south Edmonton neighbourhoods targeted in recent break-and-enters

Posted March 19, 2020 3:32 pm Smaller font Descrease article font size –A Larger font Increase article font size A+ Dozens of garage break-ins over the past few weeks have prompted Edmonton Police to send out a warning. Since Feb.…

RCMP to ramp up patrols in Red Deer’s business areas amid ongoing COVID-19 crisis

As more and more businesses close their doors while the spread of COVID-19 continues in Alberta, RCMP in Red Deer say they plan to increase patrols in business areas as part of a proactive measure in all parts of the…

Owner of Edmonton car dealership ‘frustrated’ after catalytic converter thefts

The owner of Discount Auto Credit in Edmonton’s Parkdale neighbourhood is frustrated after multiple catalytic converter thefts. Sam Alouan said over the course of about a month, 11 vehicles from his lot have been targeted. “I got hit at one…

Edmonton seniors out of luck after catalytic converter theft

Some residents of an Edmonton seniors’ home are feeling the impact of a crime that some people worry is becoming more and more common. The catalytic converter on the bus at the Dr. Gerald Zetter Care Centre was recently stolen.…

ID scanning pilot project launched to combat Edmonton liquor theft epidemic

For years many bars and nightclubs have used personal identification scanners, and now Edmonton police and Alberta’s largest liquor store owner have launched a pilot project aimed at curbing robberies they say have drastically escalated over the last 18 months.…