Blue Hills RCMP Report

The following is an RCMP Report from April 30 - May 6, 2019. The RCMP responded to the following Calls for service: 32 Traffic violations; 8 Provincial statutes (mental health, fire prevention, coroner’s and 911 act); 13 Common police activities (alarms, suspicious persons/vehicles, assistance to general public); 4Crimes against property; 6 Crimes against persons; 3 Other criminal codes.

April 30

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∙Police received 3x 911 hang up calls through out the day at the same business.  Though investigations it was found all 3 were the result of a faulty transfer switch in the phone and not an emergency situation.

∙The Town of Carberry contacted the Blue Hills RCMP, to request advice on an on going situation.  Police advised accordingly.

∙A Break and Enter was reported at the Carroll cemetery.  Police are investigating the matter.

∙A suspicious elderly man was reported walking in the highway 1 ditch with a cane.  Police located the elderly gentleman and escorted him to a drop off centre in Brandon for the evening.

∙A report was made of a stolen GT Bike from the Souris school.  The bike was grey with pink and purple grips, purple within the peddles and red in the spokes. Please contact Souris RCMP if you have any information on the missing bike.

∙An erratic driver was reported on highway 1 in RM Whitehead.

∙Assault with a weapon was reported in Souris.  This is being investigated by police.

∙A collision was reported through 911 on highway 1 in Alexander.  One occupant sustained minor injuries.

∙A Break and Enter occurred in Carberry.  Police attended the scene and made sure the area was clear for the home owner.  The matter is under investigation.

May 1

∙Police responded to a Mental Health Act call.

∙Blue Hills RCMP were dispatched to Souris to a disturbing the peace call.

∙RCMP assisted and advised individuals in a civil matter in Carberry.

∙A collision occurred by the Brandon Airport.  EMS, fire and the police responded to the call. No major injuries were reported.

∙Dispatched alerted police to a 911 hang up call in Souris.  Police responded to the call and found the caller to be a miss dial by a minor.

May 2

∙The Saskatchewan RCMP, called Blue Hills RCMP, to inform members that a stolen vehicle was located in Indian Head Saskatchewan. The registered owner was contacted.

∙A bi-law issue was raised to the RCMP, in Carberry.

∙A vehicle was reported abandoned in RM Cornwallis.  The owner of the vehicle was located and was aware of the vehicles location.  Police taped the vehicle.

∙Edible Cannabis was found on the floor of a Souris Business.  RCMP are disposing of the cannabis.

∙Keys and a wallet was located in the Carberry Park and handed over to the Carberry RCMP Detachment.

∙A speeder was spotted on highway 1 and the Blue Hills RCMP was notified.

∙An erratic driver was reported on highway 1 in RM Elton.  Police were unable to locate the vehicle.

∙A vehicle on Highway 10 was caught for speeding and received a $416 dollar fine.

∙A driver failed to stop at a posted stop sign in Souris and another vehicle on highway 2 in Souris Glenwood.  Both drivers received a fine.

May 3

∙Forrest Elementary School, had an Alarm in the early morning, but police were advised that it was false.

∙A suspicious person was seen with no shoes and walking on road 110 in RM Cornwallis.  Police attended and assisted the individual in locating a place to rest for the evening.

∙Sharp objects were located in the Souris Park and reported to the Blue Hills RCMP, please be careful when in the area.

∙A fraud was reported to Blue hills RCMP. Checks were cashed by an unauthorised individual in Opaskwayak, MB.

∙An erratic driver was reported on highway 1.  Police are investigating the matter.

∙Police are investigating an harassment call in the RM of Cornwallis.

∙Police were notified of a 911 call from the Maple Leaf Argo.

∙Police were also alerted to a 911 call from the town of Souris.  Police attended the scene and assisted the caller.

∙A vehicle hit a deer in the RM Whitewater.  No injuries were reported.

May 4

∙An accident on highway 1 was reported to the Blue Hills RCMP.  The driver of the vehicle stated they were sleepy and hit a semi trailer.  Fire and EMS attended the scene, as well.  No injuries were reported.

∙A driver was warned for speeding on Highway 5.

∙A dangerous driver was reported to the RCMP on highway 1.  Police responded quickly, but they were unable to locate the vehicle. Detachments heading East on Highway 1 were notified.

∙Police were dispatched to a civil argument in RM North-Cypress Langford.

∙A disturbance was reported in Carberry.  Police located the issue and advised all the participants.

May 5

∙Police pulled over a vehicle and gave the driver a 24-hour suspension for impairment and the vehicles passenger was charged with possession of open alcohol.

∙A stop sign was ignored by a motorist in the RM of Cornwallis. The Driver was charged by police.

∙RCMP in RM Emerson Franklin, were handed a found sawed off shotgun, hidden on there property. Police investigated the find and the shotgun was traced to a 2006 Blue Hills File.  Police are investigation the situation.

∙A driver received a ticket for driving with out valid insurance in Brandon.

∙A minor accidently called 911 in the RM of Oakland-Wawanesa.

∙A speeder was charged $599.00 in the RM Cornwallis.

May 6

∙Police responded to a break and enter in RM North-Langford, at a business over night.  The RCMP are investigating the matter.

∙A vehicle collision was reported by the driver in RM North Cypress- Langford.  A minor was placed in the ambulance and the driver was escorted to Brandon RCMP detachment where they were charged with suspected impaired driving.

∙Gun shots were heard in RM Cornwallis.  Police attended the location of the shots, and talked with the property owner.  Seems some pigeons have become a bit of a nuisance to the farmer.

∙A suspicious vehicle was reported to the Blue Hills RCMP in the RM Elton.  The owner of the vehicle was located.

∙A dog was reported wandering on highway 10 in RM Cornwallis. Police located the owner of the vehicle.

 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 2 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.comor TEXT: "TIPMAN" plus your message to CRIMES (274637). 


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