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Alberta RCMP busted a crazy party and it sounded straight out of Project X

A party in Alberta got a little out of control on Saturday night, with Innisfail police finding human feces, empty alcohol bottles, stolen traffic signs and even a dead deer when they busted the party in Red Deer County.

And that's not all.

Innisfail RCMP stated in a release that they had received 11 calls between 7 p.m. Saturday and 7 a.m. Sunday morning, with reports of damaged property, liquor offences, stolen property, uttering threats, and possession of a weapon.

According to police, there were about 500 people at the party.

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Innisfail RCMP

A Sundre RCMP vehicle also had its window smashed that evening, and police say that there were reports of fireworks throughout the night.

"This is concerning behavior which has become very unfortunate for people who reside in this area, their ability to enjoy their homes and their property has obviously been impacted," said Sgt. Lori Eiler in the release.

"Further to this, RCMP are concerned with the criminal behavior as well as the health concerns which are obvious."

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Innisfail RCMP

Fish and Wildlife personnel were called to the area to look into the dead deer that police found near the party.

Police note in the release that a few provincial tickets were handed out to party attendees as they conducted checkstops in the area to ensure enforcement of impaired driving laws.

Lead photo by

Alberta RCMP

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