The Rosetown RCMP report for the period of November 12-18, included 12 calls to service, and 40 traffic related charges issued along with one 911 mis-dial.
First, back on November 12 Rosetown RCMP received a report of an injured deer in Rosetown. Members attended and nothing further was required. Later on that day, Rosetown RCMP received a report of the sudden death of a 66- year-old female from Elrose, SK. The death was not suspicious in nature. Shortly after that members received a request for a well-being check, and spoke to the subject of complaint.
There were two calls made on the 14th, one regarding a break and enter at a Rosetown business that is under investigation, and next about an erratic driver east of town. Members were unable to locate the vehicle.
On November 15th, Rosetown RCMP received a report of a railway crossing sign knocked down, and it was reported for information purposes, then the next day on the 16th, members received a report of a motor vehicle collision on Highway 7 near Harris, SK, with that matter under investigation.
Finally on Wednesday, November 17th, five different calls to service were made to local members, including two being for a well-being check. Shortly after 9:00 am on the 17th, members received a report of theft several items from a vehicle in Rosetown, SK, and then shortly after, they responded to a report of a motor vehicle collision on Highway 7 near Laura, SK. Members attended, and a 39-year-old male was transported to the hospital for assessment. The matter is still under investigation. In the last note from Wednesday, RCMP received a complaint of mischief that is currently under investigation.