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Swift Current Municipal Detachment deal with a lot of vehicle-related complaints

Posted on 4 November 2021 by Prairie Post
RCMP attend some complaints involving violent acts

The following is a synopsis of calls for service for the dates indicated:

OCTOBER-29

4:10 PM – report of the caller’s neighbour’s dogs being let out and barking on the 500 block of 2nd Avenue NE. Officers made patrols of the area and no barking dogs could be heard.

6:40 PM – while on patrol officers issued a ticket to the driver of a red Buick Century for speeding.

7:09 PM – 911 static line call. Police were able to speak with the owners of the phone who advised they were having issues with the landline phone & confirmed no emergency was taking place.

7:14 PM – report of the caller hearing loud banging and what sounds like windows being smashed on the 200 block of Pelletier Drive. Police made patrols of the area but did not locate anything suspicious. Police also conducted inquiries with neighbours and no one saw or heard anything.

7:38 PM – report of vehicles driving on the walking path along a park on 13th Avenue NE. One was a small white car and

a Ford Bronco. Police were able to locate the white car and they were told to move to the parking lot. The Ford Bronco was not able to be located.

9:28 PM – report of a male who appears to be intoxicated walking all over the road on 13th Avenue NE. Police made patrols and located the male who was only a short distance from home. The male was provided a ride home by police and left in the care of his spouse.

OCTOBER-30

12:12 AM – 911 call of two individuals walking in a field carrying flashlights. Police spoke with the caller who advised he was not aware of any offence being committed and believed they were now gone.

6:01 AM – report of a collision on a grid road north of Swift Current. The caller advised he’d moved to the right side of the roadway to avoid a pothole resulting in his blue Dodge Caliber to roll into the ditch onto its roof. No one was injured as a result of the collision and the vehicle was required to be towed .

11:21 AM – while on patrol officers issued a ticket to the driver of a grey Ford Tempo for operating a motor vehicle without a valid driver’s licence.

12:02 PM – report of ammunition being found in packages of feminine hygiene products. This matter is still under investigation.

3:02 PM – report of a road rage incident on the #1 Highway. Both vehicles had come to a stop and one of the driver’s exited his vehicle, went to the other vehicle, reached in and grabbed the other driver by the face. The caller advised he did not wish to have charges pursued, only have the other driver spoken to about his actions as it appears the two may know each other. This matter is still under investigation.

3:20 PM – report of a female contacting the complainant which is a breach of a court order. Police reviewed theinformation and were able to determine the complainant was on court ordered conditions not to have contact with the female. Police determined no offence took place. The complainant did not respond to the message and blocked the female.

4:37 PM – report of a male being seen in a business in Swift Current who is on a court ordered curfew and did not have permission to be any where but at his residence. This matter is still under investigation.

5:07 PM – while on patrol officers issued a ticket to the driver of a red Dodge Ram for failing to produce a driver’s licence upon police request. The driver was also issued a written warning for failing to wear his seatbelt properly.

5:56 PM – report of a female who appeared to be suffering with some mental health concerns had left in a red Jeep Patriot after threatening to cause harm to herself. The female was later located and agreed to attend the hospital voluntarily for evaluation.

7:04 PM – report of a female sitting in the entrance of a business on the 0 block of Springs Drive who appeared to have drug paraphernalia in her possession. Police attended but the female was unable to be located.

7:25 PM – 911 call from a female wanting to confirm the identity of one of the police officers she had spoken to earlier.

The caller was given a verbal warning about the proper use of 911 .

10:32 PM – 911 call of an intoxicated male at a dwelling unit on the 300 block of Matador Drive. The caller advised that male had been kicked out of the residence and was now outside banging on doors and walls. Police attended the complex and located the male who was given a courtesy ride by police to his hotel.

11:17 PM – report of a couple fighting at a dwelling unit on the 0 block of Hayes Drive. Police attended the location and spoke to the female who advised she and her boyfriend had been consuming alcohol and gotten into a verbal disagreement and the male had left prior to police attending. Police confirmed there were no signs of a physical assault. The female advised she would be staying at her mother’s residence for the night. While at this complaint, police learned the male who had left was on a court ordered condition to maintain a curfew. This matter is still under investigation.

OCTOBER-31

2:02 AM – 911 hang up call from an establishment on the 0 block of Central Avenue N. Police attended and confirmed no emergency was taking place. All entrances were locked and no one was inside the business.

10:44 AM – while on patrol officers issued a written warning to the driver of a white Chevrolet Uplander for speeding.

10:53 AM – found wallet was turned into the Detachment and was placed into the lost and found .

11:04 AM – while on patrol officers issued a written warning to the driver of a white Mazda CX-5 for speeding.

1:30 PM – 911 call of a possible impaired driver in a white Ford F150 on South Service Road E. The caller advised the vehicle was swerving and what looked like a bottle of alcohol was being passed between occupants inside the truck. Police made patrols but were unable to locate the vehicle.

2: 18 PM – while on patrol officers issued a written warning to the driver of a grey Ford F150 for speeding.

2:48 PM – repot of the caller’s patio window being smashed out a couple days prior and they believe they may know who is responsible for the damage. This matter is still under investigation.

6:57 PM – request to conduct a wellbeing check on a male who has not been seen or heard from in a couple of weeks. Police attended the male’s residence where he was home and doing well.

7:00 PM – report of an assault at a location on the 100 block of 6th Avenue SE involving two male youth. Police attended the location and one of the male youth were arrested and taken into police custody after assaulting two youth, two adult males and police officers. The male youth appeared in Swift Current Provincial Court on November 1, 2021.

10:19 PM – report of a suicidal individual. Police located the individual and they were transported to the hospital for evaluation.

11:03 PM – report of persons still residing in a suite at a dwelling unit on the 700 block of 1st Avenue NW. The caller advised the previous tenants had been evicted and the suite should be empty however someone has been staying there. Police attended with the caller and checked the residence where no one was located.

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