RCMP Report

The following is an RCMP Report from January 7 – 13, 2020. The RCMP responded to the following Calls for service: 8 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); 7 Crimes against property; 4 Crimes against persons; 7 Other criminal codes.

The following is an RCMP Report from January 7 – 13, 2020. The RCMP responded to the following Calls for service: 8 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); 7 Crimes against property; 4 Crimes against persons; 7 Other criminal codes.

January 7

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∙Blue Hills RCMP are investigating an attempt that was made to steal from the Sandhills Casino. The suspects were unable to achieve their goal and left empty handed. RCMP is collecting all evidence available.

∙  RCMP is looking into a suspicious person report in Souris.

∙An abandoned vehicle was reported on Highway 1and was towed by police because it was causing a traffic hazard.

∙RCMP assisted with a Mental Health Act call.

∙RCMP also assisted with an uttering threat report in the RM of Cornwallis.

January 8

∙A break in occurred at a business in Carberry. Police are gathering all evidence to investigate.

∙A hydro meter was stolen from a vacant property in Carberry. The RCMP is investigating.

∙ Blue Hills RCMP assisted with a civil issue in the RM of North Cypress-Langford.

January 9

∙RCMP attended Carberry to conduct traffic stops.

∙ Police responded and conducted patrols searching for an injured deer that was reported on the road in the RM of Cornwallis

∙RCMP also responded to an animal call that involved a report of cattle close to the highway in what appeared to be an unfenced area. RCMP patrolled the area and determined that the area the cattle was in was secured.

∙RCMP attended Carberry to conduct traffic stops.

January 10

∙Blue Hills RCMP responded to an in progress assault in the RM of ELTON.  The Police arrested one individual at the scene.

∙An assault in Carberry was reported to the police. RCMP are investigating the matter.

∙A storage unit in Souris was the victim of a break and enter. Police are gathering all evidence.

∙RCMP responded to a mischief call in Beresford.

∙A suspicious vehicle was reported to the police. Checks were conducted on the vehicle.

∙A motorist picked up a hitch hiking elderly individual. The driver wanted to report the incident in case the hitchhiker was later reported missing. 

January 11

∙ RCMP with assistance from RCMP Westman Traffic, arrested a driver for impairment on highway 10 in the RM of ELTON.

∙Blue Hills RCMP responded to a chimney fire in the RM of Oakland-Wawanesa.  Fire also responded and no injuries were reported.

January 12

∙An unregistered vehicle was charged in Brandon by Police.

∙RCMP assisted with a Mental Health Act Call.

∙ Police located an individual walking on highway 1, not dressed for the weather. The individual stated they were planning on walking to Winnipeg.  Police located family in Brandon and escorted the individual to that residence.

∙RCMP responded to a semi that went into the ditch on highway 1.  No injuries were reported.

January 13

∙Wawanesa reported a break in at a business. Police were dispatched to the location and attempted to cut off all escape routes, but they were unable to locate the vehicle that was associated with the break in. Police are collecting all the evidence.

∙A vehicle was reported to have fresh unknown footprints leading up to it at a residence. The vehicle did not seem to have anything missing, but police are investigating.

∙Blue Hills RCMP are investigating an assault in the RM of North Cypress- Langford.

∙The RCMP are assisting a Souris individual with a harassment concern.

∙ A brown folding wallet was lost at the Carberry Inn.  If located, please drop off at the local RCMP detachment.

∙ Police assisted with a Mental Health Act call.

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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