The Biggar RCMP's latest calls to service were highlighted by a report at the end of the list.
Included as part of the December 4 release, members assisted Biggar Fire with a housefire on the 200 block of 2 Avenue East in town, that was not considered suspicious by police. This instance led members to seeking assistance in tracking down family or friends of the effected individual, 67-year-old owner Guy Joseph Roy.
"Anyone with any family information are asked to contact Biggar Detachment."
Back with regular police businesses, Sgt. Dereck Crozier and company handled 28 occurrences, including traffic related events resulting in six tickets and seven warnings. Specific calls to vehicles noted a van's collision with a deer inside the RM of Eagle Creek, while in another unlucky collision, a newer car struck a cement barrier inside Biggar while trying to avoid a cat.
Range Road 3120 was described as a 'freeway' by the local detachment, as speeding vehicles of all kinds have been noticed lately. Another call that came in detailed reports of a car theft, though in this civil matter the vehicle was taken as part of a repo operation.
Staying rurally there was a complaint made of trespassing hunters inside a property in the RM of Eagle Creek, and then one mischief complaint going towards a male that has been pushing police boundaries, resulting in a failure to 'heed their conditions'.
Activity around Springwater, specifically the "Barber bin" according to police resulted in the arrest of an 18-year-old heavily intoxicated female from Saskatoon found wandering in the area. She was wanted on warrant out of Saskatoon, and was remanded back to their point according to Biggar RCMP. In another case, court monitored conditions were placed on a 30-year-old individual after they were released from custody back into the community.
During the week the Biggar RCMP also recorded three separate 911 hang-ups, and a report of fraud by email solicitation.