The Prince Albert Police Service responded to 219 calls for service over the weekend and arrested 25 people. The top two calls for service were for disturbances (23) and intoxicated persons (19).
File 2018-3394: MVA/Impaired
On February 2, 2018 at 9:01 p.m. Prince Albert Police Service attended a single vehicle rollover of a vehicle that had hit a guard rail and flipped on its side on the northbound lane – just north of the Diefenbaker Bridge. Parkland Ambulance and the Prince Albert Fire Department were on scene when police arrived.
The driver of the vehicle was the sole occupant and did not sustain injuries. The male driver had a suspended drivers license and unregistered vehicle and was arrested for suspected impaired driving. He was transported back to the police station where he failed the administered breathalyzer tests.
The 31-year-old male from Ontario is charged with impaired driving and exceeding .08. He was remanded over the weekend and will appear before Prince Albert Provincial Court today.
File 2018-3424: MVA/Impaired
On February 4, 2018 at 3:10 a.m. Prince Albert Police Service was dispatched to a Motor Vehicle Accident (MVA) on 22nd Street and 6 Avenue East between a car and a semi. Two occupants were located in the car and the air bags had deployed. Parkland Ambulance was on scene and attended to the occupants.
The driver of the car appeared intoxicated and was placed in the police vehicle. The suspect refused demands to comply with the Approved Screening Device (ASD) on scene and the breathalyzer tests at the police station.
The 34-year-old male from Saskatoon is charged with impaired driving and refusal to submit breath samples.
The suspect will answer to charges in Prince Albert Provincial Court today.
File 2018-3322: MVA/Impaired
On February 3, 2018, at approximately 1:50 a.m. police attended to a vehicle that had driven into a snow bank on the 400 Block of Mahon Drive.
A female driver was located in the vehicle that appeared intoxicated and was arrested.
The vehicle was impounded and the suspect was brought to the police station where she failed the administered breathalyzer tests.
The female suspect is charged with impaired driving and exceeding .08.
The suspect has since been released and will appear in Prince Albert Provincial Court March 5, 2018.