Swift Cur­rent RCMP re­port for June 22-23: speed­ers, false alarms and all in be­tween

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The fol­low­ing is a syn­op­sis of calls for ser­vice for the dates in­di­cated by the Swift Cur­rent RCMP: 2018-JUNE-22

8:46 PM - re­port of a found bi­cy­cle. The owner of the bi­cy­cle was con­tacted and picked it up.

11: 15 PM - re­port of two males at­tempt­ing to break into ve­hi­cles in the al­ley of 1st Av­enue N.W. Of­fi­cers lo­cated one male youth and deter­mined he did not have any stolen prop­erty on him. He was given a ver­bal warn­ing about his ac­tions.

11 :20 PM - re­port of com­mer­cial alarm at a busi­ness on the 400 block of North Ser­vice Road W. Of­fi­cers at­tended and deter­mined the alarm to be false.


4:18 AM - re­port of an adult male that showed up at a lo­ca­tion on the 2200 block of Woodrow Lloyd Place men­tion­ing com­mit­ting sui­cide. Of­fi­cers at­tended that lo­ca­tion and trans­ported the male to the hospi­tal.

4:39 AM - 911 call of an im­paired driver in a brown Buick Riviera trav­el­ing on Cen­tral Av­enue N. The caller had seen the driver in­tox­i­cated in an es­tab­lish­ment prior to the call. Of­fi­cers made pa­trols but were not able to lo­cate the ve­hi­cle.

6: 18 AM -911 call of a pos­si­bly in­tox­i­cated male bus driver who ap­peared very sleepy while trav­el­ing into the City. Of­fi­cers at­tended the lo­ca­tion of the bus driver and deter­mined he was not im­paired but was very tired.

9: 15 AM - re­port of a male walk­ing stop­ping traf­fic ask­ing for money on the 300 block of 2nd Av­enue S. E. Of­fi­cers at­tended the lo­ca­tion but the male was gone prior to their ar­rival.

10:21 AM - re­port of a bur­glary alarm at a lo­ca­tion on the 300 block of 2nd Av­enue S.E. The alarm was can­celled prior to po­lice at­ten­dance.

11 :00 AM - re­port of two fe­male youth be­ing fol­lowed by an adult male in a white van. The male tried to speak to the fe­males and when they ran away he still fol­lowed them. Of­fi­cers at­tended and spoke with the male who ad­vised he was lost and was try­ing to get di­rec­tions to the li­brary as he did not carry a cell phone.

8:38 PM - re­port of youth drink­ing al­co­hol in the park­ing lot of a lo­ca­tion on the 2000 block of Chap­lin Street E. Of­fi­cers at­tended and lo­cated the youths who were play­ing hacky sack. No al­co­hol was be­ing con­sumed.

9: 10 PM - re­port of ve­hi­cles stunt­ing on the 200 block of Alpine Cres­cent, it has been an on-go­ing is­sue. Of­fi­cers at­tended the lo­ca­tion later in the even­ing and did not lo­cate any sus­pi­cious ve­hi­cles in the area.

8: 14 AM - re­port of a fe­male with long hair in pony tail sit­ting in the mid­dle of the street cross legged and bare­foot on the 300 block of Sid­ney Street W. While of­fi­cers were en route to Sid­ney Street they re­ceived a sec­ond call that she had got­ten up and was now walk­ing north. Of­fi­cers pa­trolled the area but were un­able to lo­cate the fe­male.

1 :45 PM - re­port of a red Ford F350 be­ing van­dal­ized on the driver's door while parked on the 1200 block of North Rail­way Street E. No sus­pects or wit­nesses. Ve­hi­cle owner was ad­vised to con­tact his in­sur­ance provider to make a claim for the dam­ages.

3:26 PM - re­port of text mes­sages be­ing re­ceived by an un­known per­son. The caller be­lieves that it is a prank by a for­mer friend. This mat­ter is still un­der in­ves­ti­ga­tion.

4: 16 PM - 911 hang-up from a pay­phone on the 1800 block of 22nd Av­enue N. E. Of­fi­cers deter­mined there was no emer­gency.

5: 16 PM -911 call of a cap­sized boat and two peo­ple in the wa­ter at the dam on 18th Av­enue S.E. Of­fi­cers at­tended and deter­mined no boat had cap­sized, it was a kayaker who had de­cided to take a swim.

5:57 PM - re­port of a pos­si­ble do­mes­tic as­sault oc­cur­ring on the 300 block of 7th Av­enue S.E. The caller could hear yelling, slap­ping and what sounded like cry­ing. Of­fi­cers at­tended the lo­ca­tion and spoke to the home owner who had got­ten into an ar­gu­ment over the tele­phone and was up­set.

7:05 PM - re­port of a blue Chrysler 300 driv­ing dan­ger­ously on 1st Av­enue N.W. No plate num­ber was able to be ob­tained. Of­fi­cers made pa­trols of the area but could not lo­cate any ve­hi­cles match­ing the de­scrip­tion pro­vided.

7:21 PM -911 call from a fe­male ad­vis­ing she'd just re­ceived a phone call from a boy who ad­vised he'd called the wrong num­ber. Of­fi­cers deter­mined there was no emer­gency and spoke to the woman and ad­vised that some­times wrong num­bers are di­aled.

8:20 PM - re­port of an adult male driv­ing around on a mo­tor­bike that does not have a li­cence plate & he is not wear­ing a hel­met & mak­ing a lot of noise on 1100 block of North Hill Drive. Of­fi­cers at­tended the lo­ca­tion and made pa­trols but could not lo­cate any­one match­ing that de­scrip­tion.

8:30 PM - re­port of a mo­tion alarm at a lo­ca­tion on the 1100 block of Cen­tral Av­enue N. Of­fi­cers at­tended the lo­ca­tion and every­thing was se­cure. The key­holder also at­tended and deter­mined that the on-call plumber had set the alarm off by mis­take.

9: 19 PM - re­port from a male ad­vis­ing that an ex-girl­friend yelled a pro­fan­ity at him to­day in the park­ing lot of a lo­ca­tion on 6th Av­enue S.E. The male caller wanted po­lice to be aware in the event the fe­male at­tended the of­fice to re­port it as a breach as the male is not to have con­tact with the fe­male as per a court or­der.

9:44 PM - re­port of a pos­si­ble fraud­u­lent trans­ac­tion made on a credit card. This mat­ter is still un­der in­ves­ti­ga­tion.

10:53 PM - re­port of a theft of a man­nequin from the yard of a res­i­dence on the 900 block of Dahl Street E.

10:53 PM - re­port of med­i­cal emer­gency on the 400 block of 7th Av­enue N.E. An adult male was be­ing taken out of the res­i­dence by EMS upon po­lice ar­rival and was trans­ported to the hospi­tal.

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