Kindersley, Kerrobert and Eston RCMP had a busy week responding to calls in their respective dispatch areas.

A male was charged with impaired operation of a motor vehicle in Eatonia.

RCMP issued 21 tickets and 14 warnings for speeding during the week in the RM of Kindersley, RM of Oakdale, RM of Milton, RM of Snipe Lake and Kindersley.

RCMP also received the following calls for service during the week ending on July 8th.
 
CRIMINAL CODE:
ASSAULT x 2 – Coleville – one male charged; Dodsland – one male charged
BREAK & ENTER – Kindersley – outdoor freezer broken into – still under investigation (SUI).
DISTURBING THE PEACE x 4 – Kerrobert – call that people were harassing a server at an establishment. Subjects left peacefully when police arrived; Kindersley – two people refusing to get out of another person’s vehicle. While on the line with police, the two people exited the vehicle; Kindersley – camper being moved by someone while owner was inside. Matter was resolved with police assistance; Kindersley – call of loud music coming from an apartment. When police attended, there was not music being played.
REPORT IMPAIRED DRIVER – (RID) x 3 – RM of Progress – call of possible impaired driver heading towards Luseland. No charges laid at this time; RM of Milton – call from neighboring detachment of possible impaired driver heading towards Kindersley. Vehicle not located; RM of Kindersley – call of semi hauling grain trailer swerving on the road, no charges laid at this time.
MISCHIEF x 3 – Kindersley – possible entrance to empty home – SUI; Kerrobert – back window smashed in a vehicle – SUI; Kindersley – call of people possibly trying to gain access to the 2nd floor of a building. Police attended, no signs of anybody being there.
THEFT UNDER $5000 x 2 – Kindersley – bags of recycling stolen from a back yard – SUI; person left a hotel and didn’t pay for room - SUI
TRESPASS ACT – RM of Oakdale – SUI
UTTER THREATS – Kindersley - SUI

 

PROVINCIAL:
DRIVING WITHOUT DUE CARE & ATTENTION x 2 – RM of Kindersley - call received about a semi unit that nearly hit the complainant when he was turning onto the highway. Patrols made, but semi was not located. RM of Kindersley – one ticket issued.
FAIL TO STOP OR REMAIN AT ACCIDENT SCENE x 3 – Kindersley – vehicle hit while parked in Walmart parking lot; Kindersley – vehicle hit while parked on Princess Street; vehicle hit while parked on 1st Avenue West.
LIQUOR ACT x 3 - Kindersley – intoxicated male on streets taken into custody and held until sober; Major – 2 calls of loud parties with alcohol involved – SUI.
MENTAL HEALTH ACT APPREHENSIONS x 3 – Kindersley, Major, Dodsland
DRIVE UNREGISTERED VEHICLE x 2 – RM of Kindersley – 2 tickets issued
INTERSECTION RELATED OFFENCES – Kindersley – 1 ticket issued
OTHER MOVING TRAFFIC VIOLATIONS x 4 – RM of Kindersley, RM of Oakdale – 2 calls of erratic drivers. Vehicles not located; call of erratic driver by a person not wanting any charges laid; 1 warning issued.
OTHER NON-MOVING TRAFFIC – RM of Oakdale, Kindersley – one warning issued, 1 ticket issued for tinted front windows on vehicle.
SUSPICIOUS PERSON/VEHICLE x 2 – RM of Kindersley, Kindersley – both vehicles located and nothing criminal in nature
TRAFFIC COLLISION – Injury – RM of Kindersley

OTHER:
911 Act x 5
ABANDONED VEHICLES – Kindersley – owner was located and vehicle was moved
ANIMAL CALLS x 2 – Kerrobert – horses on highway by rodeo grounds; RM of Kindersley – injured antelope, SERM dispatched
ASSISTANCE TO OTHER GOVERNMENT AGENCIES x 4
ASSISTANCE TO GENERAL PUBLIC x 2 – RM of Grandview, Kindersley
FALSE ALARM x 5 – Kindersley, Coleville, Kerrobert, RM of Newcombe
FAMILY RELATIONS ACT x 2 – Dodsland
MUNICIPAL BYLAWS – OTHER x 4 – Kindersley, Flaxcombe, Major – Kindersley – stray dog, owner located; Flaxcombe - noise complaint – members attended and no noise was heard; Major – loud party with big fire – members attended to find a small bonfire and no noise; Kindersley – noise complaint – SUI.
WELLBEING CHECK – Kindersley

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