Swift Cur­rent RCMP busy with Sept. 14-16 calls

Prairie Post (East Edition) - - Swift Cur­rent - CON­TRIB­UTED

The fol­low­ing is a syn­op­sis of calls for ser­vice from the Swift Cur­rent RCMP for the dates in­di­cated:

2018-SEPTEM­BER-14

5:20 PM -Found bi­cy­cle was turned into the De­tach­ment.

5:47 PM - Re­port of two ve­hi­cles speed­ing and not stop­ping for a school bus with it's stop arm and lights ac­ti­vated on 13th Av­enue N.E. This mat­ter is still un­der in­ves­ti­ga­tion.

6:23 PM - Re­quest to con­duct well-be­ing check on an adult male. The male was later lo­cated and was okay.

9: 1 0 PM - Re­port of items be­ing left be­hind in a room of a lo­cal mo­tel. Mo­tel was ad­vised to fol­low their pol­icy when it comes to lost and found prop­erty and that if it wasn't picked up or the owner of the prop­erty hadn't con­tacted them within seven days the prop­erty could be turned into the De­tach­ment.

10: 18 PM -While on pa­trols, of­fi­cers con­ducted a traf­fic stop on a grey Chevro­let Lu­mina for dis­obey­ing a stop sign. The driver of the ve­hi­cle was charged un­der the Traf­fic Safety Act.

22:41 PM - Re­port of a hit & run to a grey Ford Es­cape on 17th Av­enue N.E. This mat­ter is still un­der in­ves­ti­ga­tion. At this time there are no wit­nesses or sus­pects.

2018-SEPTEM­BER-15

2:45 AM -While on pa­trols, of­fi­cers con­ducted a traf­fic stop on ve­hi­cle that was ex­it­ing the park­ing lot of a lo­cal busi­ness on 200 block of Cen­tral Av­enue N. Open liquor cans were ob­served in the ve­hi­cle and the driver also smelled of al­co­hol. The adult fe­male driver of the ve­hi­cle was is­sued a three day driv­ing sus­pen­sion.

10:59 AM - Re­port of a male asleep on the ground next to a busi­ness on the 1000 block of Chap­lin Street W. Of­fi­cers at­tended the lo­ca­tion and spoke to the male who ad­vised he's been trav­el­ling east. The male was asked to con­tinue on and com­plied.

12:05 PM - 911 mis­dial on the 100 block of 6th Av­enue N.E. Of­fi­cers at­tended and two male youth had been play­ing with the phone and ac­ci­den­tally di­alled 911. Of­fi­cers eter­mined no emer­gency was tak­ing place.

3:12 PM - Re­port of a res­i­den­tal alarm on the 400 block of 4th Av­enue N.W. Of­fi­cers at­tended the res­i­dence and spoke to the home owner who had for­got to turn the alarm off prior to ex­it­ing the home. No emer­gency was tak­ing place.

6:26 PM -Found wal­let turned into the De­tach­ment. The owner of the wal­let was con­tacted and later picked it up.

7:40 PM - Re­port of an un­wanted male that keeps at­tend­ing the caller,s res­i­dence and she does not want him there. The caller was ad­vised to not al­low the man into her home and if he at­tends and re­fuses to leave, she should call the po­lice.

9:01 PM - Re­port of a ve­hi­cle driv­ing er­rat­i­cally on the 1200 block of River­dene Park Drive. The caller can­not see the ve­hi­cle, she can only hear it. Of­fi­cers made pa­trols of the area but were not able to lo­cate any ve­hi­cles in the area.

10:36 PM -While on pa­trols, of­fi­cers con­ducted a traf­fic stop on a black Dodge Charger when upon checks, the driver did not have a valid driver's li­cence. The male driver was charged un­der the Traf­fic Safety Act.

11 :40 PM - Re­port of an as­sault be­tween two youth at a lo­ca­tion on the O block of 1st Av­enue N. E. This mat­ter is still un­der in­ves­ti­ga­tion.

2018-SEPTEM­BER-16

12: 11 AM - 911 mis­dial on the 500 block of Still­well Cres­cent. Of­fi­cers were able to de­ter­mine no emer­gency was tak­ing place, the home owner was try­ing to phone out of the coun­try.

1: 57 AM -911 call of a male on the street yelling on the 700 block of 1st Av­enue N.W. Of­fi­cers pa­trolled the area but were un­able to lo­cate any­one on the street.

2:28 AM -911 call of a male be­ing bel­liger­ent and re­fus­ing to leave a lo­ca­tion on the 200 block of Cen­tral Av­enue N. Of­fi­cers at­tended the lo­ca­tion and the male had left prior to of­fi­cer ar­rival.

2:40 AM -While on pa­trol, of­fi­cers lo­cated four in­di­vid­u­als walk­ing with open al­co­hol on Cen­tral Av­enue N. The party was charged un­der the Al­co­hol & Gam­ing Reg­u­la­tion Act.

2: 52 AM -911 call of a hit and run that oc­cured on the 100 block of Her­bert Street E. This mat­ter is still un­der in­ves­ti­ga­tion.

3:35 AM - 911 call of an in­tox­i­cated fe­male want­ing to get into a busi­ness on the 200 block of 1st Av­enue N.W. Of­fi­cers at­tended and ar­rested the fe­male who was held un­til she was sober. No crim­i­nal charges were laid in re­la­tion to the in­ci­dent.

11: 15 AM -911 call of a fe­male in a black pickup truck drop­ping a cat off at the lo­ca­tion on the 1700 block of North Ser­vice Road E. Caller was con­cerned for the cat's well be­ing but was un­able to take the cat. No de­scrip­tion of the cat was pro­vided. Of­fi­cers pa­trolled the area but did not lo­cate any cats.

1 :25 PM - Re­port of a theft from ve­hi­cle some­time overnight on the 800 block of 1st Av­enue N.E. This mat­ter is still un­der in­ves­ti­ga­tion.

1 :34 PM - Re­port of a male send­ing ha­rass­ing mes­sages to the caller. The male was spo­ken to and warned about the mes­sages and agreed to cease com­mu­ni­ca­tion. No crim­i­nal charges were laid in re­la­tion to the in­ci­dent.

2:01 PM - Re­port of a sin­gle ve­hi­cle col­li­sion in the park­ing lot of a busi­ness on the 400 block of South Ser­vice Road E. No one was in­jured in re­la­tion to the col­li­sion.

2:55 PM - Re­port of an aban­doned ve­hi­cle in the al­ley of Golden Place. The ve­hi­cle has some da­m­age to it as well as a flat tire. Of­fi­cers were al­ready aware of the ve­hi­cle at the time of the com­plaint.

3:00 PM - Re­port of the caller's re­tain­ing wall be­ing spray painted. No sus­pects or wit­nesses at this time.

7:55 PM - Re­port of a por­cu­pine on the walk­ing path near Ryer Place. The caller wanted the po­lice to be aware in the event any more calls were re­ceived.

8:55 PM -911 call to as­sist a male with get­ting his be­long­ings from a res­i­dence on the O block of 4th Av­enue S.E. Of­fi­cers at­tended & the male was able to re­move his prop­erty from the res­i­dence with­out in­ci­dent.

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