Two vehicles that were parked at the West Central Events Centre had items stolen after the assailants smashed out the windows, as outlined in the most recent report of calls for the Kindersley RCMP. The incident, which is still under investigation, happened sometime last week, the report does not identify when specifically it happened or what items were stolen.

In addition to the above thefts, RCMP received a call of two other break and enters in the Kindersley area. One at a work site in the industrial area reported missing items including tools and a security monitor/hard drive. The other was a grain elevator where there was an unsuccessful attempt to enter the building and the only reported missing items were two jerry cans.

In the RM of Winslow, officers also received a call of theft of over $5000, the report detailed copper cable had been taken from reels located at a work site in the area.

Other calls to the RCMP for the week ending March 10, 2019 include the following:
ASSAULT x 2 – Kindersley – SUI; Kindersley – call from a female saying she was assaulted by a male, who was intoxicated. The male was charged with assault and released on conditions to have no contact with the female. Upon release, the male immediately contacted the female which resulted in him being arrested and charged with Failing to Comply with an Undertaking
CRIMINAL HARASSMENT - Kindersley – investigation revealed no criminal activity had taken place.
FAIL TO COMPLY WITH PROBATION ORDER – report of female breaching a condition on her probation, SUI
FAIL TO COMPLY WITH CONDITION OF UNDERTAKING x 2 - RM of Milton – female arrested on outstanding warrant and charged as a result of unsafe storage of a firearm. Subject was later released for court in April/19; Kindersley – male arrested and charged after a complaint of him harassing a female that he was to have no contact with. The male was lodged in cells overnight and released in the morning.
OPERATION OF MOTOR VEHICLE WHILE IMPAIRED – Kindersley – vehicle pulled over for not having tail lights. Investigation resulted in driver being charged.
POSSESSION OF WEAPON FOR DANGEROUS PURPOSE – Kindersley – investigation revealed nothing criminal
REPORT OF IMPAIRED DRIVER – RM of Kindersley – Insufficient evidence to proceed
SHOPLIFTING (Theft Under $5000) – Kerrobert – female identified. No charges laid as per store owner.
THEFT UNDER $5000 – RM of Milton – report of shed broken into and undetermined items reported stolen, SUI
THEFT, FORGERY, MISUSE OF TRANSACTION CARD – RM of Oakdale – Debit card from stolen wallet was used, SUI
UNSAFE STORAGE OF FIREARM – Kindersley – male stopped for traffic investigation and officer noted a firearm in the vehicle, which resulted in a charge
FAIL TO REMAIN AT ACCIDENT SCENE x 2 – Kindersley – vehicle hit while parked in parking lot at Sobey’s Liquor Store; Kindersley – owner noticed damage to vehicle and was unsure where it occurred
MENTAL HEALTH ACT – Eston – call of possible suicidal person
SPEEDING – Kindersley, Kerrobert, RM of Oakdale, RM of Kindersley – 7 tickets issued
REPORTS OF ERRATIC DRIVERS x 4 – RM of Kindersley, Kindersley – 2 are SUI; 2 have insufficient evidence to proceed
OTHER PROVINCIAL STATUTES – RM of Mariposa – call of vehicle that appeared to be shooting out the window at an animal, SUI
SUSPICIOUS PERSON/VEHICLE x 2 – Marengo, Kindersley – call of the same male in both places, sleeping in his vehicle. Nothing criminal in nature.
911 Act x 3 - Kindersley
ASSISTANCE TO OTHER GOVERNMENT AGENCIES x 3 – RM of Progress, RM of Kindersley, Kindersley
FALSE ALARM x 4 – Kindersley, Kerrobert, Eston
ITEMS LOST/FOUND – Kindersley – found wallet returned to owner.
TRAFFIC COLLISION x 7 – RM of Oakdale; RM of Kindersley, RM of Progress, Kerrobert
WELLBEING CHECK x 2 – RM of Milton; Alsask^llf

If you have any information on the above, or any other crimes, you are asked to call your local RCMP detachment or Crime Stoppers.

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