RCMP Report

The following is the RCMP report from January 21 - 27, 2020. RCMP responded to the following Calls for service: 16 Traffic violations; 5 Provincial statutes (mental health, fire prevention, coroner’s and 911 act); 6 Common police activities (alarms, suspicious persons/vehicles, assistance to general public); 3 Crimes against property; 9 Crimes against persons; 6 Other criminal codes.

 

The following is the RCMP report from January 21 - 27, 2020. RCMP responded to the following Calls for service: 16 Traffic violations; 5 Provincial statutes (mental health, fire prevention, coroner’s and 911 act); 6 Common police activities (alarms, suspicious persons/vehicles, assistance to general public); 3 Crimes against property; 9 Crimes against persons; 6 Other criminal codes.

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January 21

∙ Suspicious activity was seen in Carberry and reported to the Blue Hills RCMP. Police were able to conduct patrols and locate the individuals in question.

∙ RCMP is assisting an individual with harassing communications they are receiving through social media.

∙RCMP also assisted an individual with a Civil matter, and another with a Mental Health Act concern.

January 22

∙ Blue Hills RCMP, are assisting an individual with a wellbeing check in Carberry.

∙ A report was made to the RCMP about an impaired driver on Highway 10. Police conducted patrols and traffic stops in the attempt to locate the vehicle and driver, but all drivers were sober.

∙ A residential alarm was dispatched to the RCMP.  The police attended the residence where the homeowner was having alarm difficulties and was not in need of police assistance. The alarm was reported to the RCMP a few more times through out the day.

∙Blue Hills RCMP assisted with a Mental Health Act call.

∙ RCMP also assisted a caller with a dangerous driver on highway 1.

January 23

∙ A dangerous driver was reported to the RCMP on highway 1. The vehicle sped through a red light at about 135 km/hr. The Police attempted to locate the vehicle, but had to report it to other detachment areas because they were unable to locate the suspect.

∙ RCMP assisted with a caller in a civil issue in Carberry.

∙ A traffic ticket was issued to a driver for not having the proper licence classification for the vehicle they were driving.

∙ Blue Hills RCMP was also advised of a traffic hazard on Highway 110.

January 24

∙ Blue Hills RCMP assisted an individual with a mischief report in Souris.

∙ An abandoned vehicle was reported to the RCMP in Carberry. Police conducted checks on the vehicle and patrolled the area. The vehicle was active and not reported as stolen. The patrols could not locate the vehicle in question.

∙Five separate reports of different erratic vehicles were reported traveling on highway 1.

∙ Police assisted a caller with a trespass issue in Wawanesa.

∙ Blue Hills RCMP, issued two traffic tickets throughout the day.

∙ RCMP assisted an individual with a harassment claim in Souris.

∙ Police are investigating two assault claims in the RM of Cornwallis.

January 25

∙ A vehicle was reported stolen in North Cypress Langford. The vehicle was eventually located by another detachment and three individuals were arrested who were involved with the theft.

∙ A vehicle that was stolen from Alexander a few months ago was located by another detachment.  It was found abandoned in a parking lot. The vehicle has been sent to forensics to assist in catching the thieves.

∙ A 911 call was dispatched to officers about a traffic collision on highway 1. Police attended the scene, but no vehicles or any evidence of a collision was found.

∙ RCMP were dispatched to a hospital for a careless use of a firearm accident.

∙ Blue Hills RCMP, was dispatched to a very shaken individual who was removed from an automobile and left at the side of the highway.

∙RCMP assisted with a Mental Health Act call.

∙A possible impaired driver was reported to the RCMP.  The vehicle was located, but no driver was found. The vehicle has been towed.

∙ RCMP received a call of an unwanted impaired person on a property. The police were updated that the individual had left the property. This intoxicated person’s phone was called. Another who was not the owner of the phone answered the call. Police arrived at the location of the phone to make sure the individual in question was safe and uninjured. The Phone owner was located, safe and no longer on the property that the call was initiated from.

January 26

∙ Police were made aware of an abandoned vehicle at the Carberry Motor Inn.  The vehicle was found to be inactive, but appeared to be recently driven.  The vehicle has been towed.

∙ another abandoned car was reported on private property. The owners of the property have had the vehicle towed.

∙ Blue Hills RCMP assisted with a Mental Health Act call.

∙ Blue Hills RCMP also assisted with an impaired driver dispatch.

∙ three vehicles were reported in the ditch on highway 1. No injuries were reported.

∙ A Suspicious ATV was reported to the police in RM North Cypress- Langford.

January 27

∙ Blue Hills RCMP assisted with a Mental Health Act call.

∙RCMP also assisted an individual with a civil issue in Carroll.

∙Police attempted to locate an injured deer that was reported by multiple people on the highway.  The officer did patrols, but could not locate the animal.

∙ Police are investigating an assault that was called in from the RM of Elton.

∙ RCMP are also, assisting an individual with a complaint about threats.

Blue Hills RCMP wish you a safe, crime free week and Please drink responsibly, we do not wish to meet you under those circumstances.

A reminder to residents to never provide personal information, such as birth dates, SIN numbers, credit card numbers, or e-mail addresses to parties you do not know.  If you feel you have been contacted by a fraudulent source, please contact the Anti Fraud line at 1-888-495-8501.

Criminal record checks and Vulnerable searches will require a 2-week span to complete.  It may take longer if you are required to have fingerprints done.

Criminal Record checks have a fee of $10.00 cash, as well as, Vulnerable searches. The Vulnerable search fee can be waived with a letter from the organization stating your volunteer status.

Both searches require two pieces of valid government ID. One must contain a photo.

If you have any information about the above crimes, or any other crimes, please contact your local RCMP, Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477, the Secure Tip online at www.manitobacrimestoppers.com

Have a wonderful week.

 

 

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