The following is a synopsis of calls for service for the dates indicated:
8:55 PM – report of a female known to the caller was overdosing at a commercial dwelling unit on 1200 block of South Service Road E. Officers attended the location and the female was not there. Officers spoke to a male occupant at the unit who advised the female had not overdosed and had taken a taxi to a business on the 1100 block of Central Avenue N. Police contacted the caller to enquire about further details regarding his complaint and he would not provide any further information.
9:56 PM – report of the caller’s ex-husband using the caller for food and money and wanted charges pressed against him. Police spoke with the intoxicated caller and advised her that what she was reporting was not criminal and she should tell her ex to leave her alone and not allow him in her residence if she no longer wanted him there.
1:29 AM – 911 call of a collision on the #1 Highway. The caller who was in a brown Kia Soul thought she had taken one of the service exits but ended up in the ditch. The caller was not injured as a result of the collision. A tow truck attended and got the vehicle out of the ditch.
6:02 AM – request to attend the caller’s daughter’s residence to assist with a male who is intoxicated and causing a disturbance. Police attended the residence and the female was attempting to leave with their child . The female was able to leave without further incident and the male was advised he and the female could speak later when everyone was calm.
3:02 PM – report of a two vehicle collision on George Street E. Road conditions were very icy and the driver of a grey Hyundai Sonata slid into the oncoming lane hitting a white Honda CR-V. Minor injuries were reported and the driver of the CR-V was taken to hospital for further examination. Both vehicles were required to be towed. No one was charged as a result of the collision .
6:04 PM – report of vehicles parked facing the wrong direction on the 500 block of 1st Avenue NE. The caller was advised to speak with the City Bylaw Department about vehicles parking the wrong way.
6:59 PM – 911 call from a female wanting to know how long you could leave a light bulb on before it became a fire risk. The caller’s Power of Attorney was contacted as police had issued a ticket to the female caller earlier in the week in relation to frivolous 911 calls she’s made to police and they are looking at whether she is able to continue living on her own.
7:21 PM – 911 call from a male reporting a tenant who had been evicted from a dwelling unit on the 300 block of 4th Avenue NW had returned to the residence. Police attended the location and spoke to the caller and determined the male had been let back into the unit in order to do repairs but had brought belongings with him with the intention of resuming occupancy. The male was told by police not to return and was given a courtesy ride to another residence.
2:23 AM – report of the caller’s ex-girlfriend “freaking out” at his residence and he would like police to remove her. Police attended the residence and spoke to both involved. The pair had been consuming alcohol together and when the ex-girlfriend wanted to move some furniture to her residence they started arguing. The female was very uncooperative with police and was arrested and held in police custody until she was sober. No charges were laid in relation to the incident.
4:24 AM – request to conduct a wellbeing check on the caller’s mother who had gone to her ex-boyfriend’s residence earlier in the night and was now not answering her phone. The caller’s mother had been involved in the last call police attended. The caller was advised that his mother was safe.
10:04 AM – report of the caller’s ex-boyfriend sending her repeated harassing text messages. This matter is still under investigation.
10:40 PM – 911 call from a female reporting being assaulted by her boyfriend. Police and EMS attended the caller’s residence. The male subject had left prior to police arrival but was later located and arrested by police. This matter is still under investigation.