The following is a synopsis of calls for service for the dates indicated by the Swift Current RCMP:
4:45 PM – report of an unwanted male at a business on the 2000 block of Chaplin Street W. Police attended the business and spoke to the caller who advised that up until last week the male had been allowed on the property but was no longer welcome. The male agreed to leave without further incident.
5:05 PM – report of a couple young boys messing around on skateboards near a business on the 200 block of Central Avenue N. Police attended the area and spoke to them at the same time they were being picked up by a family member.
7:23 PM – request to assist the caller with tracking down a male who had been renting from him and then left town without paying what he owed. Police advised the caller the concern with rent was a civil matter.
8:18 PM – request from Regina Police Service to check a location in Swift Current for a vehicle and male subject who had been involved in a collision in Regina earlier in the afternoon. Police conducted the checks and the male nor the vehicle were located.
8:58 PM – report of a female known to the caller threatened to harm a male known to both of them . The caller later contacted police again to advise the female had now threatened her as well. This matter is still under investigation.
9:07 PM – request to assist the caller with having a male removed from her residence. Police attended and the male agreed to leave without further incident and was provided a courtesy ride to a hotel where he could get a room for the night.
9:12 PM – report of two boys at the caller’s front door on the 200 block of Gibbs Street W attempting to gain entry. The caller stated she went to the door and she could hear them laughing and then they left on foot. Police made patrols as soon as they were clear from other matters but they did not locate any boys in the neighbourhood. No other calls of a similar nature were received.
9:33 PM – report of a three vehicle collision on 19th Avenue NE. Police attended the collision scene and determined the driver of a black Honda Civic had pulled out in front of an on-coming blue Ford Flex. The two vehicles collided and crashed into a grey Buick Envison that had been parked on the street. No one was injured as a result of the collision. The Honda and Ford were required to be towed from the location. The driver of the Honda was charged under the Traffic Safety Act for driving without due care and attention.
9:43 PM – request to conduct a wellbeing check on a female in Swift Current. Police were able to locate the female and update the caller that she was okay.
10:35 PM – report of a male at a dwelling unit on the 600 block of Chaplin Street W who is not supposed to be at the property. Police attended and the male, who was there to speak with a neighbour, left without further incident.
10:52 PM – request to conduct a wellbeing check on a female who had left a location for a walk earlier in the afternoon and had not returned. While police were attempting to locate the female they were advised she’d returned to the property.
11:23 PM – report of a gas and dash from a business on the 400 block of North Service Road E involving a red Dodge Journey. This matter is still under investigation.
12:36 AM – report of three males outside an establishment on the 900 block of Central Avenue N getting aggressive and using foul language with other patrons. Police attended the location but the males had left prior to their arrival.
12:51 AM – report of the caller being threatened by a woman known to her. This matter is still under investigation.
1:10 AM – report of an assault with weapon at an establishment on the 200 block of Central Avenue N. A staff member at the location had been hit over the head with a bottle and punched by a highly intoxicated patron. Police attended the location and the male was arrested. The victim of the complaint did not wish to have charges pressed against the male. The male was held in police custody and released once he was sober.
2:36 AM – report of a potential drug exchange between three males occurring outside of an establishment on the 200 block of Central Avenue N. The caller did not witness any drug or money exchange and had left the location. Police attended and the remaining subjects outside had contacted a taxi. No evidence of a drug exchange could be determined.
11:05 AM – report of a gas and dash from a business on the 100 block of North Service Road E. The caller advised the male had come into the store and paid for his cigarettes but had not told him he also had fuel to pay for and left. Police were able to determine who the registered owner of the vehicle was based on the plate number provided and spoke with him. He advised he would return and pay for the fuel, which was confirmed by the business. No charges were laid in relation to the incident.
12:47 PM – report of the caller feeling like he was “ripped off” after paying for fuel at a business on the 500 block of South Service Road E. The caller advised he thinks he paid more than what was stated on the sign and had an issue with having to pump his own gas. Police attended and confirmed that what the caller paid was what he owed and this was not a police matter.
1:44 PM – 911 call reporting there is a male at an establishment on the 200 block of 1st Avenue NE who is wanted by police. Officers attended the location and spoke with staff who advised they had not seen the subject.
1:48 PM – request to conduct a wellbeing check on a female in Swift Current after sending the caller some concerning text messages. Police were able to determine that there was no concern for the female, she had gotten into an argument with her mother.
2:03 PM – 911 call of the wanted male from a previous call being at an establishment on the 1400 block of North Service
Road E. Police attended the location and made patrols but he was unable to be located.
2:20 PM – report of the complainant dropping his debit card somewhere the day prior and someone picked it up and has since used it at two businesses in Swift Current. The debit card had since been cancelled . This matter is still under investigation.
2:38 PM – report of three kids stopping people on 6th Avenue NE asking for rides and the caller was concerned for their safety. Police made patrols once free from other matters but the kids were not located.
4:57 PM – report of a male known to the caller driving past her residence and yelling obscenities at her boyfriend. The caller did not wish to have the matter pursued, only to have it documented as this is something the male has done to the caller in the past.
5:15 PM – request to conduct a wellbeing check on a male who had been at a business on the 300 block of Central Avenue N earlier in the day and appeared unwell. Police were able to locate the male out walking and confirmed he was okay.
5:46 PM – report of a male at a business on the 300 block of Central Avenue N who appears very confused. Police along with EMS attended the location and the male was left with EMS for further assessment.
9:12 PM – report of two males hanging around a business on the O block of 1st Avenue NE making other patrons at the location uncomfortable. Police attended and spoke to people inside as well as the two males and no one reported they were uncomfortable and the two were not causing any issues.
9:49 PM – report of the caller finding her friend on the floor. Police along with EMS attended the residence. An intoxicated female had fallen and cut her chin and was left with EMS for further assessment.
11 :54 PM – report of a female who is on a curfew with electronic monitoring in Swift Current possibly tampering with her monitoring bracelet. Police attended the residence and the female was not there and the bracelet had been cut off and left behind. While police were at the residence the female returned. She was arrested and held in police custody. A 23 year Swift Current woman was charged with one count of failing to comply with the condition of her release and appeared in Swift Current Provincial Court October 3, 2022.
12:16 AM – 911 call from a female reporting she had been locked out of her apartment by her boyfriend after being assaulted by him . Police attended the residence and the male was arrested and released from custody with a future court date. He will be charged with one count of assault under the Criminal Code.
2:27 AM – 911 call from a male requesting police assistance in locating his girlfriend. Police were able to locate the female and confirm her wellbeing.
6:49 AM – 911 call of a two vehicle collision on the 2000 block of Hillcrest Drive. Police were able to determine the collision was non-reportable. No one was injured as a result of the collision, both vehicles were still drivable and both were plated in Saskatchewan. The two parties were instructed to exchange information and speak with their insurance provider.
11:00 AM – report of a female walking up to houses on the 800 block of 9th Avenue NE. Police made patrols of the area
and located the female who was known to police who had concerns about her mental health. Police transported the female to the hospital for further evaluation.
1:31 PM – report of loud music coming from a residence on the 100 block of 9th Avenue NE. Police attended and spoke to a male who apologized for the music and turned it off.
3:02 PM – report of the caller’s ex-boyfriend damaging her cellphone. This matter is still under investigation.
4:12 PM – 911 call of a possibly suicidal individual. Police located the individual and they were transported to the hospital for further evaluation.
6:40 PM – report of a lost wallet.
10:35 PM – while on patrol officers issued a ticket to the driver of a grey Mazda 3 for failing to obey a stop sign.