Swift Current RCMP dealt with large array of issues
The following is a synopsis of calls for service for the dates indicated for the Swift Current Municipal RCMP: 2018-NOVEMBER-30
4:23 PM -While on patrol officers issued a ticket to the male driver of a brown GMC 1500 for failing to to obey a stop sign.
5:02 PM -While on patrol officers issued inspection tickets to the male driver of a black GMC Canyon to have the window tint on his vehicle removed.
8:32 PM -911 call from a female advising she's being threatened by her neighbour. This matter is still under investigation.
9:04 PM - Report of a barking dog on the 200 block of 10th Avenue N.W. Officers contacted the property owner who advised he was at work but would have someone attend his residence to put the dog inside.
9:43 PM - Report of a dispute at a dwelling unit on the 400 block of 1st Avenue N.W. Officers attended the residence and spoke to all involved parties to keep it down. While at the residence an adult female was arrested on outstanding warrants. The female was later released on documents and given a court date.
1: 10 AM - Report of a suspicious white Dodge Ram at the entrance of a business on the 2200 block of Patterson Drive. The caller could see a male behind the driver's seat asleep and drooling on himself. Officers attended and located the truck along with the driver asleep in the vehicle who was determined to be impaired by alcohol. The adult male was arrested and will be charged with impaired driving.
2:35 AM - Report of a male who keeps calling a facility on the 300 block of Macoun Drive asking to a female who does not live at that residence. Officers contacted the male, who resides in Alberta, and advised him he needed to stop calling the facility. The male sounded like he had been consuming alcohol and stated he was trying to find out where his grandmother lives. The male was advised by police to contact his health region in the morning as they may be able to assist him in locating where his grandmother now lives.
1 :58 PM - Request to conduct a wellbeing check on a female youth. The female was later located.
3: 19 PM - Report of shoplifters at a business on the 1800 block of 22nd Avenue N.E. Officers attended and arrested an adult male and an adult female. Both subjects will be charged with Theft Under $5000.
3:36 PM -911 call of an intoxicated male behind a business on the 100 block of 1st Avenue N.E. sitting in the snow. Officers attended the location but the male had left area prior to police arrival.
6:00 PM - Report from a male advising if police want to talk to him they can come inside his garage instead of standing outside his residence. The male was advised no police were outside his residence as they were all at the Detachment.
7:14 PM -911 call of a family dispute where the caller's nephew was taken by the caller's sisters boyfriend and they are believed to be heading to a location on the O block of 1st Avenue N.E. Officers followed up on the complaint and determined the dispute had been about the nephew not cleaning the house & left the residence in order to stop the argument he'd been having with his mother.
1: 10 AM -While on patrols officers arrested an adult male for being intoxicated in a public place. The male was released once sober and charged under the Alcohol & Gaming Regulations Act.
2:26 AM - Report of neighbours in a dwelling unit on the 300 block of 2nd Avenue S.E. arguing and yelling for the past two hours. Officers attended the location and no noise could be heard. Officers spoke to the tenants of the apartment and told them to keep it down as complaints of their arguing had been received.
8: 19 AM - Report of a residential panic alarm on the 700 block of 6th Avenue N. E. Officers determined the alarm to be false. A youth in the home had pressed the alarm by mistake.
11 :45 AM -911 call of a domestic dispute on the 100 block of Grey Street W. The caller's boyfriend had attended the residence to obtain belongings ending in them yelling and swearing at each other. Officers attended the residence. This matter is still under investigation.
12:00 PM - Report from two females, each making a complaint about the other about on-going issues between the two of them such as following each other while driving and giving each other the finger. Both females were told by police to leave the other alone.
12:37 PM - Report of a male friend showing up at the caller's residence over night and knocking on the door and then moving to the window. The caller did not invite the male into her home and he eventually left. This matter is still under investigation.
1 :44 PM - Report of a semi blocking the road on the 500 block of North Service Road E. Officers attended the area but the semi had left prior to their arrival.
2:00 PM -While on patrol officers came across a brown Honda Pilot in the ditch on the 1100 block of South Service Road E. Officers spoke to a female who was the only occupant of the vehicle. The driver stated she hit a patch of ice while driving and hit a light pole before going into the ditch. No one was injured as a result of the collision.
3:08 PM - Report of two tenants being asked to move out of a residence. The caller advised they had received a text message from their landlord advising they need to move and they don't know what they will do. The caller was advised that they will receive an eviction notice that will outline how long they have to move to a new home and that if they had further concerns they could contact the rentalsman office.
9:52 PM - Report of a male who is having concerns with hallucinations. The male has health concerns as well as issues with substance abuse and is refusing to go to the hospital. Officers attended the males residence and spoke with him. He advised that he was okay and had a doctor's appointment scheduled for the following day.
11:01 PM - Report of two bobcats doing snow removal in a parking lot across the alley on the 200 block of Conlin Drive. The caller stated they asked them to stop but they haven't. Second call received stating they had stopped.
11:32 PM - Report of a possible break & enter occurring in a dwelling unit on the 300 block Cheadle Street E. The caller stated he could hear someone in the vacant apartment in his building. Officers attended the dwelling unit and spoke to a female who advised she had gone into the vacant suite to get water because the water in her suite tastes horrible.
She did not have permission to be in that suite. This matter is still under investigation.