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Rules Around Garage Sales in Prince Albert

Rules Around Garage Sales in Prince Albert

Now that the warmer weather is here, the Prince Albert Police Service wants to remind residents about the rules around garage sales in the city. Garage sales must be conducted by the resident of the home, or the non-profit group or community association hosting the sale. No more than three (3) sales are permitted on any one site in a calendar year and sales cannot run longer than three (3) consecutive days. Residents are allowed to advertise their garage sale using signs, provided they follow a few ...

Update -Attempted Robbery - May 23, 2019

Update -Attempted Robbery – May 23, 2019

Update - The suspect has been identified. Thank you to the public for the assistance.   Prince Albert Police Service is asking for the public’s help identifying a female who was involved in an attempted robbery Wednesday night. On May 22, 2019 just after 10:00 p.m., patrol members responded to a business in the 3500 Block of 2nd Avenue West for an attempted robbery. A lone staff member confronted a female attempting to steal product from the business. The female suspect produced a knife and ...

Vehicle Vs. Pedestrian

Vehicle Vs. Pedestrian

Prince Albert Police arrested two men overnight Wednesday following a complaint of a vehicle vs. pedestrian incident in the Unit Block of 28th Street West. Police were called to the area shortly after 9 p.m. Wednesday and located a 19-year-old female suffering a minor injury, who was transported to hospital by Parkland Ambulance. Police arrested the driver of the vehicle involved for impaired driving. Upon further investigation, police located a machete, a hatchet and just over five grams of methamp ...

Prince Albert Police Service Welcomes Elder Jacob Sanderson

Prince Albert Police Service Welcomes Elder Jacob Sanderson

The Prince Albert Police Service is pleased to announce the addition of a new Elder to advise and guide officers and staff as they work to promote reconciliation and understanding within the police service and the wider community. Jacob Sanderson has agreed to assist the Prince Albert Police Service as an Elder. Mr. Sanderson was welcomed to the role during a short ceremony Tuesday, May 21, where he was also presented with a pouch of tobacco and a yellow cloth. Prince Albert Police Chief Jon Bergen ...

Weekend Update - May 21, 2019

Weekend Update – May 21, 2019

The Prince Albert Police Service had a steady long weekend responding to 377 calls for service between Friday night and Tuesday morning.  The top two calls for service were for intoxicated persons (62) and disturbances (35).  Officers made 64 arrests. Missing Person / File # 2019-14753 On May 19, 2019 just after 11:00 a.m., patrol members responded to a report of a missing 2-year-old boy.  Patrol members, the Canine Unit and Police and Crisis Team (PACT) all responded.  Additional resources such as ...

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