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Swift Current RCMP report Nov. 18-20-no calls Nov. 18

Posted on 23 November 2022 by Prairie Post

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

NOVEMBER-18

No calls for service

NOVEMBER-19

12:14 AM – 911 call of a suspicious vehicle at a business on the 0 block of Springs Drive. The caller advised he noticed the vehicle at the location when he was contacted by their monitoring company saying an alarm had been set off. Police attended the business and confirmed the alarm was false and the vehicle belonged to the cleaner’s in the building.

3:10 AM – while on patrol officers conducted a check on a female who is on a court ordered curfew. She was not home. This matter is still under investigation.

9:34 AM – while on patrol officers issued a written warning to the driver of a blue Nissan pickup for operating a motor

vehicle without valid registration.

11:27 AM – while on patrol officers issued an inspection ticket to the driver of a black Chevrolet Silverado to have the window tint on the vehicle removed.

12:35 AM – report of a hit and run to two vehicles parked on the 600 block of 6th Avenue NE. A brown Dodge Ram and a grey Kia Forte were damaged sometime overnight. There are no suspects or witnesses.

3:24 PM – report of a lost wallet.

7:07 PM – while on patrol officers issued a ticket to the driver of a brown Chevrolet Malibu for failing to produce a

registration certificate upon request by police. The driver was also issued a written warning for operating a motor vehicle

without valid registration.

7:31 PM – while on patrol officers issued a ticket to the driver of a black Honda Civic for operating a motor vehicle without valid registration.

7:50 PM – report of a dispute over a dog. The dog was returned to it’s proper owner.

8:39 PM – report of a male causing a disturbance at a location on the 2000 block of Saskatchewan Drive. Police attended the location, the male calmed down and was escorted to where he needed to go.

8:51 PM – report of a male yelling and kicking the front door to a dwelling unit on the 500 block of Robert Street E. Police attended the location and spoke to the male who was intoxicated. The male had gone to the wrong building and lived in an identical one next to it. The male’s landlord was able to assist him with getting to his correct suite.

9:16 PM – 911 call of a possible overdose at a business on the 200 block of 1st Avenue NW. Police along with EMS attended the business. The female had not overdosed and was assessed by EMS. Police determined the female had a warrant out of Moose Jaw Police Service and she was arrested and released with a future court date in Moose Jaw. The female was given a courtesy ride home by police.

11:54 PM – report of a male stranded in Swift Current. The male was connected with Social Services who was able to

provide him assistance.

NOVEMBER-20

12:08 AM – while on patrol officers conducted a check on a female who is on a court ordered curfew. When officers got tothe female’s residence they located her under the influence of drugs in the driver’s seat of her vehicle parked in her drive way. The female was arrested for impaired operation and possession of a controlled substance. This matter is still under investigation.

5:18 AM – while on patrol officers issued a written warning to the driver of a black GMC Sierra for failing to stop at an

intersection displaying a red light.

9:17 AM – report of the caller receiving text messages from a male she believes is on court ordered conditions not to have contact with her. Police were able to confirm that any conditions he’d been on were no longer in effect.

9:22 AM – report of a theft from a business on the 1100 block of Central Avenue N the night prior. This matter is still under investigation.

1:17 PM – report of a vehicle fire under the #1 Highway overpass on the #4 Highway. Police attended and provided traffic control while the Swift Current Fire Department extinguished the flames.

2:50 PM – 911 call from a female youth reporting a dispute between her and another female youth. Police were able to speak with both girls about the consequences of what they said to one another and their parents were notified.

6: 12 PM – report of the caller’s grey Dodge Ram travelling east on Cheadle Street. The truck was initially reported stolen but after investigation police were able to determine the truck had not been stolen and it was a civil matter.

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