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Swift Current Municipal Detachment busy this past weekend

Posted on 8 December 2022 by Prairie Post

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

2022-DECEMBER-02

6:06 PM – report of a semi hitting a fire escape on the O block of Cheadle Street W. This matter is still under investigation.

7:04 PM – request to conduct a wellbeing check on a male who has not answered his door when the caller has gone over there. Police attended the male’s residence and when he didn’t answer, the building owner was able to let police in. The male was not there and returned home as police were leaving.

7:41 PM – request to conduct a wellbeing check on a male youth the caller had given a ride to. The caller advised the youth had been walking with a blanket wrapped around him and when he dropped him off at one of the schools the youth started walking away. Police made patrols of but were not able to locate anyone matching the description provided by the caller.

7:45 PM – report of the caller having sports equipment stolen out of the open box of his truck while parked at an establishment on the 1600 block of North Service Road E. There are no suspects or witnesses. The caller contacted police the following day to advise he’d found his equipment behind a business on the 1100 block of Central Avenue N.

8:12 PM – report of a break and enter in progress on the 200 block of 18th Avenue SE. Police attended the location and were met by the business owner who advised it was his employee that had been there and nothing had been stolen.

10:25 PM – report of a male causing a disturbance at a commercial dwelling unit on the 1400 block of Battleford Trail. Officers attended and located the male, who was intoxicated in his room, banging on a window. Police arrested the male and he was held in custody until he was sober.

10:59 PM – 911 call of a female crying outside of a residence on the 100 block of 3rd Avenue NE. Police attended but the female had left prior to their arrival. Officers spoke with occupants of the home who were able to identify who she was and police made patrols looking for her. A short time later, police were able to determine the female’s mother had found her and would look after her for the evening.

23:15 PM – report of a two vehicle collision on the #4 Highway. The driver of a white Chevrolet Cruze pulled out in front of a white GMC Terrain believing the vehicle was making a turn. The two vehicles collided causing minor damage and minor injuries. Both vehicles were required to be towed from the scene and no charges were laid.

DECEMBER-03

2:45 AM – 911 call from a female requesting a wellbeing check on a male in Swift Current and then disconnected the call. Officers were unable to reach the caller to get further details about why the check was needing to be completed. Police attended the address provided by the caller and all appeared well.

5:16 AM – report of an alarm at a business on the O block of Springs Drive. Officers attended and confirmed the alarm to be false, cleaning staff has accidentally set off the alarm.

8:51 AM – report of a sudden death. Police along with EMS attended the residence where a 23 year old female was pronounced deceased. The death has been deemed non-suspicious.

9:57 AM – request to assist Social Services in checking a residence in relation to a safety plan.

1:47 PM – 911 misdial call. Officers attended the residence and confirmed no emergency was taking place, the caller had been trying to dial 411.

2:12 PM – report of someone vandalizing the caller’s black Kia Sportage sometime overnight while parked on the 600 block of 2nd Avenue SE. This matter is still under investigation.

3:32 PM – report of a domestic dispute on the 100 block of Gladstone Street W. Officers attended the residence and confirmed a male had assaulted his spouse. The male was arrested and released with a future court date.

3:53 PM – 911 hang up call from a commercial dwelling unit on the 1100 block of South Service Road E. Officers were able to speak with staff at the location who confirmed no emergency was taking place.

10:37 PM – report of a collision on the 1200 block of Chaplin Street E. The caller advised his red Ford Focus had gotten stuck and when he went to push it the vehicle, that was running with the keys locked inside, got away from him and hit a camping trailer. This matter is still under investigation.

DECEMBER-04

12:44 AM – report of the caller’s tire of his semi trailer catching fire. Police and the Fire Department attended the location on the #1 Highway but the driver had already put the fire out. The trailer was disconnected from the semi and towed away.

2:14 AM – report of an assault at an establishment on the 200 block of Central Avenue N. Police attended the location and

the two men involved had been separated, got into cabs and left. No charges will be laid in relation to the incident.

7:51 AM – request to conduct a wellbeing check on a female. Police attended the female’s residence where she was

located intoxicated and arrested for breach of peace. No charges were laid in relation to the incident and she was

released from police custody once sober.

10:00 AM – while on patrol, officers issued a written warning to the driver of a grey GMC Sierra for speeding.

2:20 PM – request to conduct a wellbeing check on a female that the caller has not seen since the prior Thursday. Police

were able to locate the female in good health.

4:31 PM – report of a sudden death. Police along with EMS attended the residence where a 90 year old male was pronounced deceased. The death has been deemed non-suspicious.

4:49 PM – report of a dog in a black Chevrolet Silverado barking while parked in a parking lot on the 100 block of Hayes Drive. Call takers were able to make contact with the registered owner of the vehicle who advised they would go check on the animal.

6:39 PM – report of a male acting strangely and refusing to leave a commerical dwelling unit on the 100 block of 21st

Avenue NE. Officers attended the location, the male agreed to leave and was voluntarily taken to the hospital for further evaluation.

7:10 PM – report of the caller returning home to find a cat she had given away four days prior back in her residence and some other items taken. This matter is still under investiagtion.

9:14 PM – report of a theft. This matter is still under investigation.

10:21 PM – report of a suspicious grey Honda Civic parked in the caller’s driveway for the last 20 minutes. Officers attended and spoke to a female outside the vehicle who lived in the building. It was her father’s vehicle parked there as he was dropping items off for her.

10:28 PM – report of a male harassing the caller after a falling out between the two of them . The caller stated the male will drive by her residence all hours of the day and rev his truck engine. The male was spoken to by police and it was determined that they lived on the same street and he drives by her residence often but he would keep his distance.

11 :23 PM – report of a black Ford truck parked in front of the business on the 100 block of Alexander Drive with one male occupant sitting inside. Police attended and confirmed all was well.

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