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Swift Current Municipal Detachment deals with vehicle issues

Posted on 31 May 2023 by Prairie Post

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

MAY-26

4:03 PM – report of a hit and run to the caller’s black Jeep Grand Cherokee while parked in the parking lot of a business on the 1800 block of Memorial Drive. There are no suspects or witnesses.

5:16 PM – 911 call of a dispute between roommates on the 800 block of Gladstone Street E. Police attended the location and spoke to the two roommates who had gotten into an argument over groceries and then started yelling at each other. Police confirmed nothing physical happened between the two and were told they’ll need to get along moving forward.

9:05 PM – 911 hang up call from a dwelling unit on the 1200 block of South Railway Street E. The caller told call takers she had an emergency, needing police to attend and then disconnected the call. Upon call back she then told call takers there was no emergency, her husband was intoxicated and then disconnected again. Police attended the home and confirmed nothing physical happened between the two, they’d had an argument about child care.

9:12 PM – 911 call of a mischief to the caller’s Mitsubishi Eclipse. The caller advised the door handle of his vehicle had been damaged sometime in the last two hours while parked on the 500 block of 6th Avenue NE. This matter is still under investigation.

9:22 PM – report of a two vehicle collision in the parking lot of a location on the 1200 block of Riverdene Park Drive. The caller advised that a female known to her, driving a black Honda CR-V had backed into her red Ford Escape and then drove away. The female in the Honda then returned, the two drivers got into a yelling match and she left in her Honda again. The female was believed to be impaired by alcohol. Police were able to locate the female who blew a warning on a roadside alcohol screening test. The driver was issued a 120 day Provincial driving suspension and her CR-V was impounded for 7 days.

MAY-27

12:38 AM – report of four individuals walking north across the rail road tracks on North Railway Street E. Police made patrols and did not locate anyone in the area. Officers were later advised that the individuals had been seen crossing approximately 45 minutes prior to receiving the call.

2:28 AM – 911 call of a collision on the 1400 block of Hillcrest Drive. The caller advised a grey Mazda 3 had hit her blue

Ford Escape that had been parked in her driveway and was now on her lawn smoking. Officers attended and confirmed no one was injured as a result of the collision. The male driver failed a roadside alcohol screening test and was arrested and held in custody until he was sober. He will be charged with impaired driving under the Criminal Code.

3:34 AM – 911 call of a suicidal individual. Police were able to locate the individual and confirmed they were not a risk to

themself or others.9:56 AM – report of the caller’s rear passenger door of her vehicle being damaged while visiting the city. This matter is still under investigation.

11:33 AM – report of a dog in a red Chevrolet Malibu parked on the 400 block of 9th Avenue NW. Police attended the vehicle and the dog did not appear to be in any distress. Police noted the vehicle was unregistered so when the owner returned, she was advised to update her registration prior to moving the vehicle.

11:55 AM – report of a hit and run to the caller’s red GMC Sierra while parked on the 400 block of 1st Avenue NW sometime overnight. This matter is still under investigation.

12:56 PM – report of a woman yelling at the complainant, calling her a derogatory term because she walks by her house.

Police spoke with the woman who advised she’d told the complainant not to walk by her residence and didn’t care for how

she dressed. Police gave the woman a verbal warning about speaking to people in that manner.

1:36 PM – report of a white Chevrolet HHR with painted windows being parked on 2nd Avenue NW for the last few days and was concerned someone may be inside. Officers attended, no one was in the vehicle.

2:45 PM – report of the caller’s licence plate being stolen off his vehicle while parked at a business on the O block of

Springs Drive. There are no suspects or witnesses.

3:38 PM – report of the caller hitting the concrete base of a light standard on the 1500 block of North Service Road E. with her brown Nissan Altima. Officers attended her location, confirming she was not injured during the collision and provided her with a file number for her insurance.

5:27 PM – report of a suspicious male attempting to get into the caller’s neighbour’s vehicle while parked on the 200 block of 2nd Avenue NW. Police attended and confirmed the male had recently purchased the vehicle and was in the process of arranging for some work to be done to it.

8:19 PM – report of the caller’s tree branches being broken and believes it may be from neighbour kids who jump the fence into their yard to retrieve items that have gone from their yard into hers. The caller only wished to have the matter documented and not to have anyone spoken to.

9:35 PM – while on patrol, officers observed a white Cadillac Deville speeding on Battleford Trail, taking the curve at a

high rate of speed, almost striking the meridian at Central Avenue and then proceeding through a red light. Officers conducted a traffic stop and could see alcohol present in the vehicle. The male driver failed a roadside alcohol screening test and was arrested and taken to the Detachment for breath samples. The male driver will be charged with impaired driving under the Criminal Code. Two passengers in the vehicle were also issued tickets for consuming alcohol in a motor vehicle under the Alcohol & Gaming Regulations Act.

10:14 PM – 911 call from a male youth reporting he and his sibling being followed by a truck after leaving a location on the 200 block of 3rd Avenue SE. The occupants in the vehicle had been yelling at them and it had frightened them. The two waited for their parent to pick them up. Officers spoke with the caller and their mom. It was unknown who it was in the vehicle and no description was able to be provided.

10:14 PM – while on patrol, officers located a male in a vehicle who was on a police ordered curfew who was supposed to be at his residence. The male was arrested and had in his possession a small prohibited knife and a small amount of methamphetamine. The male will be charged with one count of failing to comply with the conditions of his undertaking and unauthorized possession of a prohibited weapon under the Criminal Code.

10:32 PM – report of the caller receiving harassing phone calls from two males known to her. This matter is still under investigation.

11 :55 PM – request to conduct a wellbeing check on the caller’s son who was with his mother. Police were able to determine the boy was at a friend’s residence for a sleepover. They attended the residence and confirmed he was well.

MAY-28

12:58 AM – report of an unwanted person at a residence on the 1300 block of South Railway Street E. Officers attended and removed a female after she refused to leave the home after being asked to by the homeowner. The female had a warrant for her arrest out of the Swift Current Municipal Detachment. She was arrested and held in custody. 45 year old Tari Billard of Shaunavon, SK had outstanding charges of one count mischief under $5000, two counts of breaching her probation order, one count of theft under $5000 and three counts of failing to appear in court under the Criminal Code. Billard appeared in Swift Current Provincial Court on Monday May 29, 2023.

4:58 AM – report of a female known to the caller driving without a valid driver’s licence. No plate or vehicle description was

able to be provided by the caller. Officers made patrols as the female was known to them but they did not locate her.

7:35 AM – report of the back window on the caller’s white Ford Edge being smashed out sometime overnight while parked on the 200 block of 14th Avenue NE. There are no suspects or witnesses.

8:54 AM – found wallet was turned into the Detachment and placed into the lost and found.

10:04 AM – report of a theft from a business on the 1700 block of Sidney Street W. Various construction items had been taken from the yard of the property. There are no suspects or witnesses.

1 :00 PM – report of an assault that occurred in Regina, SK. Officers took statements from the complainant’s and then forwarded all the information onto Regina Police Service for their investigation.

4:14 PM – report of a green Ford van with a female driver with earbuds in driving through a 4-way stop on 2nd Avenue NE. No plate number for the vehicle was able to be obtained by police.

7:53 PM – 911 call of a green and black motorcycle speeding up and down Douglas Drive. Officers made patrols and located the motorcyclist who was given a verbal warning about speeding.

8:36 PM – report of a male known to the complainant making lewd comments to her on a few different occasions. The complainant did not wish to proceed with charges and only wanted the male spoken to. Officers spoke with the male and verbally warned him to cease contact.

9:00 PM – report of the caller’s electronics being stolen from the common area of a dwelling unit on the 300 block of 13th Avenue NE. This matter is still under investigation.

10:38 PM – report of an assault at a residence on the 1500 block of Bell Street E. The complainant attended the

Detachment to report earlier in the evening he and his girlfriend had gotten into a verbal argument and she assaulted him .

The female was arrested and will be charged with one count of assault under the Criminal Code.

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