FOR IMMEDIATE DISSEMINATION

On October 3, 2018 members of the Blood Tribe Police Crime Reduction Unit entered into an investigation in relation to the sale of illicit drugs on the Blood Indian Reserve.
 
As a result of this investigation, police seized 18 grams of cocaine, 5 grams of methamphetamine, 1 gram of Heroin, and 9 Fentanyl pills. The estimated street value of all drugs seized is $3600.
 
Amanda Jade DAVIS (38 yrs old) was arrested and charged with the following:
- Possession for the Purpose of Trafficking (Cocaine)
- Possession for the Purpose of Trafficking (Meth)
- Possession for the Purpose of Trafficking (Heroin)
- Possession for the Purpose of Trafficking (Fentanyl)
- Proceeds of Crime
- Resist Arrest x 2
- Obstruct Police
- Assault Police Officer x 2
 
DAVIS was released on bail and will appear at Cardston Provincial Court on October 15th, 2018.
 
Anyone with information about this matter or any other matter is asked to contact the Blood Tribe Police Service at 403-737-3800 or the Crime Reduction Unit at 403-737-8808 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 (TIPS). You do not have to reveal your identity to Crime Stoppers, and if you provide information that leads to an arrest, you may be eligible for a cash reward.

22 YEAR OLD ARRESTED FOR POSSESSION OF CARFENTANYL

On Sept. 27, 2018 members of the Blood Tribe Police Service Crime Reduction Unit charged a 22 year old Blood Tribe man, for possession for the purpose of trafficking Carfentanyl on the Blood Indian Reserve.
 
As a result of a traffic stop, a male passenger was found in possession of Carfentanyl, cash and electronic devices. 
 
22 year old Aaron Tye ELI has been charged with following:
- Possession for the Purpose of Trafficking
- Possession of Proceeds of Crime
- Breach of Conditions
 
Police seized the following:
-33 suspected Carfentanyl pills
-$560.00 Canadian currency
-cell phone
-tablet
 
ELI was also found to be on numerous warrants from other police agencies.
 
Anyone with information about this matter or any other matter, is asked to contact the Blood Tribe Police Service at 403-737-3800 or the Crime Reduction Unit at 403-737-8808 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 (TIPS). You do not have to reveal your identity to Crime Stoppers, and if you provide information that leads to an arrest, you may be eligible for a cash reward.

Blood Tribe School Bus Collision

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Collision involving a Blood Tribe School bus and a pedestrian on the Blood Indian Reserve is still under investigation but not considered criminal in nature.

At approximately 6:00 am on September 27, 2018 a Blood Tribe school bus was travelling South bound on highway 509 near the intersection with highway 2, when a collision occurred with a pedestrian. The male pedestrian was transported to Chinook Regional Hospital where he died from his injuries. The school bus did not have any passengers and the driver was not injured.

Alcohol and speed are not considered factors in the collision.

The identity of the deceased will not be released.

Anyone with information about this matter or any other matter, is asked to contact the Blood Tribe Police Service at 403-737-3800.

Carfentanyl Seizure Worth Over $16,000

On July 20, 2018 Blood Tribe Police Service Crime Reduction Unit (CRU) along with members of the Calgary Police Service and the RCMP arrested and charged Patrick Devine for possession for the purpose of trafficking. Police seized 202 suspected Carfentanyl pills, estimated street value is in excess of $16,160.

Read more: Carfentanyl Seizure Worth Over $16,000

Monthly Traffic Safety Message


Traffic Safety Month December

INTERSECTION SAFETY
NOT ALL INTERSECTIONS ARE ALIKE. LEARN ABOUT THE DIFFERENCE TYPES OF INTERSECTIONS AND HOW TO DRIVE ACCORDINGLY.

Railway Crossings

The most common improper driver action around railway crossings is disobeying traffic signs and signals.

What can you do to drive safer?