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Swift Current Municipal Detachment busy this past weekend

Posted on 16 February 2022 by Ryan Dahlman

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

FEBRUARY-11

5:27 PM – while on patrol officers issued a written warning to the driver of a white Ford van for operating a motor vehicle while holding, viewing, using or manipulating an electronic communication device.

6:20 PM – report of the caller having trouble obtaining his belongings from his ex-girlfriend. The ex said she would place his stuff outside but did not specify a time. Police spoke with the caller and told him to contact police should things get heated between the two when he goes to pick up his property. No further calls were received .

10:39 PM – 911 call of an unwanted person in the caller’s residence. Police attended the residence and located two intoxicated subjects who admitted to getting into an argument. Police confirmed nothing physical happened between the two and agreed to separate for the night to avoid further conflict.

FEBRUARY-12

5:13 AM – 911 call of an injured deer on the #1 Highway. Police attended, located the severely injured animal and put it out of its misery.

8:28 AM – report of a male attending the caller’s residence trying to get his belongings back from his ex-girlfriend. The door was answered after he’d started yelling and banging on the door, he got his stuff and he left. The caller did not want to have anything looked into further as nothing criminal took place. The caller only wished to have the matter documented should anything happen in the future.

10:02 AM – 911 call of a two vehicle collision on the 1200 block of South Railway Street E. Police spoke to the caller and advised that because there were no injuries, both vehicles were still drive-able and both were plated in Saskatchewan it was non-reportable to police and they were required to exchange information and go through their insurance.

1:06 PM – report of a missing person . The complainant attended the Detachment to report his brother missing. The sibling had not been for three days and had not shown up work that day. He has not been answering phone calls and not at home when they’ve gone there. While police were attempting to locate the male, the family advised they had located him.

1:32 PM – report of a heated argument taking place between a couple on the 0 block of Burke Crescent. Police attended

and spoke to the individuals who were intoxicated. The male agreed to stay elsewhere for the night to prevent further escalation.

4:10 PM – report of an unruly customer refusing to leave a business on the 1800 block of Memorial Drive. Police attended the business and told the customer to leave, he complied.

8:11 PM – report of a possibly suicidal individual. The individual was located by police and the PACT worker and after a conversation confirmed the individual was not suicidal and was not a threat to themselves or others.

8:52 PM – 911 call of a disturbance on the 400 block of Central Avenue N. The caller advised she had kicked another female known to her out of her residence and the female was now threatening to cause harm to herself and refusing to leave. Police and the PACT worker attended the residence and all parties were calmed down and spoken to and the female was transported to the hospital for further evaluation.

10:58 PM – report of a suicidal individual. The caller was located by police and the PACT worker at their home and it was

determined the female was not suicidal but was upset and the remarks she had made were an attempt to get her ex-boyfriend to come over.

FEBRUARY-13

12:38 AM – report of the an assault at an establishment on the 1100 block of Central Avenue N. Police attended and spoke to the male victim who advised he had been assaulted by another male who was no longer at the location. The male was not injured. This matter is still under investigation.

8:16 AM – report of the windows at a business being damaged sometime overnight. This matter is still under investigation.

9:13 AM – 911 hang up call from a commercial dwelling unit on the 1100 block of South Service Road E. Police spoke with staff at the location who advised one of their guests had dialled 911 but they did not know why. Police attended the location and confirmed no emergency was taking place.

10:31 AM – 911 call from a commercial dwelling unit on the 1100 block of South Service Road E. The caller was upset that she had no where to go and was being told to leave the location, only one night had been paid for and the caller could not afford to pay in order to stay further. Police spoke with the caller and she was given a verbal warning about the proper use of 911.

12:15 PM – while on patrol officers observed the female from the prior complaint on Chaplin Street E and provided her a courtesy ride over to a friends residence.

1 :58 PM – while on patrol officers issued a ticket to the driver of a grey Toyota Camry for speeding.

2:37 PM – report of the caller having a hole drilled into the gas tank of his white Dodge Ram while parked on the 400 block of 5th Avenue SE. There are no suspects or witnesses.

3:33 PM – report of a male walking in the alley of Cheadle Street W with a backpack and appears to be checking vehicles.

Police attended the area and located a male who matched the description provided by the caller. There was no evidence the male had taken anything but he was given a verbal warning by police about car shopping.

4:29 PM – while on patrol officers issued a ticket to the driver of a white Nissan Sentra for operating a motor vehicle without valid registration.

4:51 PM – while on patrol officers issued a ticket to the driver of a blue Dodge Ram for operating a motor vehicle without valid registration.

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