RCMP Report

The following is an RCMP Report from December 10 – 16.


The following is an RCMP Report from December 10 – 16. The RCMP responded to the following Calls for Service: 7 Traffic violations; 4 Provincial statutes (mental health, fire prevention, coroner’s and 911 act); 6 Common police activities (alarms, suspicious persons/vehicles, assistance to general public); 2 Crimes against property; 3   Crimes against persons; 3 Other criminal codes.

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December 10

∙ Police assisted with 2 Mental Health Act calls.

∙ RCMP also assisted with 2civil issue concerns.

∙RCMP attended the scene of a jacked semi on highway 1.  No injuries were reported.

December 11 

∙Blue Hills RCMP is investigating a threat and liable issue in Souris.

December 12

∙Blue Hills RCMP assisted Brandon police with attempting to locate an individual on a warrant.

∙ 2 Reports of fraud were filed with the RCMP.  The police are investigating both occurrences.

∙A report of a young Moose was tangled in a property fence in the RM of Whitehead. Conservation was contacted.

∙The RCMP received a report of a suspicious vehicle in the RM of Whitehead. 

December 13

∙ Sandhills Casino had a suspected impaired driver leave their premises. RCMP were able to locate the vehicle and talk to the occupants.  No charges were laid.

∙ A semi and a automobile collided on highway 10.  No injuries were reported.

∙ A theft was reported in Sprucewoods. The police are investigating.

∙ A vehicle in Glenboro was damaged from what seems to be an attempted break in. RCMP are investigating.

∙ A chimney in RM North Cypress- Langford caught on fire. No injuries were reported and the Fire department was able to contain and distinguish the fire.

∙Blue Hills RCMP conducted a Check Stop in Kemnay.  120 vehicles were checked.

December 14

∙ 2 dogs were playing chicken at the side of highway 1. Police were notified because drivers were worried the 2 animals may end up in danger. The RCMP notified the owners.

∙ Highway 1 had an erratic driver, as well as, a speeder was warned on highway 10.

December 15

∙ 3 Traffic incidents were reported to the RCMP. One check resulted in a fine for the driver not being able to produce a driver’s licence when requested.

∙ Police responded to a commercial alarm that ended up being a false alarm.

December 16

∙ Police responded to a traffic incident, and were able to concentrate on existing files and reports.

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.com

Have a wonderful week.


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