The calls to service for the Rosetown RCMP from September 1 to 7 started off with a complaint of an erratic driver on Highway 7 near Rosetown on September 1. Members were unable to locate the vehicle.
There was then a complaint of a STARS Lottery fraud, but there was insufficient evidence to proceed. The busy September 1 continued with a report of a railway crossing malfunction near Zealandia, which was reported for insurance purposes.
Another erratic driver was noted, this time on Highway 7 near Fiske. Members located the vehicle and issued a warning to the driver. The busy first day of September concluded with a report of an abandoned vehicle in Elrose. Members located the owner, and nothing further was required.
Shifting gears to September 2, there was another erratic driver complaint on Highway 7, this time near Harris. Members were unable to locate the vehicle. And also on the 2nd, there was a complaint of theft of fuel from a local business.
September 3 saw three calls to service, starting off with a 3-day license suspension to a 39-year-old male from Harris issued during a traffic stop. Then there was a complaint of a single vehicle collision on a gravel road near Rosetown where minor injuries occurred. The last call was a complaint of uttering threats at a local business.
September 4 also saw three calls, starting off with a complaint of a suspicious vehicle at a rural farm. Members patrolled the area but were unable to locate vehicle. Then there was a complaint of a suspicious vehicle on Highway 7. Members were once again unable to locate the vehicle. And the day concluded with a complaint of a break and enter to a residence in Rosetown.
September 5 included the stolen vehicle mentioned earlier by West Central Online.
There was also a complaint of a break and enter at a work site near Rosetown.
September 6 saw a pair of calls, including a complaint of a vehicle failing to stop for a bus in Elrose. Members located the driver and issued a verbal warning. The other call was a report of e-transfer fraud in Harris.
And the week wrapped up on September 7 with a complaint of identity theft.
There were also 62 Traffic related charges issued, one 911 miss-dial call and one false alarm call during the week.
Police are asking anyone with information about these or any other crime(s) to please contact the Rosetown RCMP at 306-882-5700, Saskatchewan Crime Stoppers anonymously at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477) or submit a tip online at www.saskcrimestoppers.com.