Blackfalds RCMP has laid criminal charges in connection with a fraud investigation in the County of Red Deer. In October of 2012, RCMP began their investigation into an internal fraud reported to police whereby an employee of an unspecified oil field company appeared to be altering financial documents and taking money from the business.
From 2006 to 2011, 36 year old Shelley Davidson of Cochrane, Alberta was employed in a book keeping capacity where her responsibilities included accounts receivable, payroll, and day end returns. Police alleging that during that time, Davidson defrauded the local business is excess of 1 million dollars
Since the last long weekend in May, RCMP say there have been 1,071 collisions involving an injury. And 65 of those collisions have resulted in 75 people being killed. With the August Long Weekend in full swing, Alberta’s roads and highways are seeing an increase in the number of people..more »
Medicine Hat’s Victim Assistance Unit has been operating for 26 years, and they’re looking for about 20 new volunteers to join their ranks. A civilian unit within the Medicine Hat Police Service, Victims Assistance helps those who have been affected by crime or tragedy in..more »
Just 2 days before the Prime Minister is expected to call a federal election, retiring MP LaVar Payne continues to hand out money, doling out more than $2.5 million this week alone. Political Analyst Jim Groom says, the spending is a normal part in the run up of what will be the longest federal..more »
It was a rapid fire of funding announcements this morning as local MP LaVar Payne made the rounds of his constituency. His first stop today was in Redcliff where he announced $84,000 for upgrades to the Rec-Tangle Arena. The funding will be used to instal LED lights, upgrade the heating system and..more »