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Swift Current Municipal Detachment had a busy June 17

Posted on 22 June 2023 by Ryan Dahlman

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

JUNE-16

6:33 PM – report of the caller having property stolen out of his vehicle while parked on the 800 block of Gladstone Street E. There are no suspects or witnesses.

8:26 PM – report of the caller being held at a location on the 2000 block of Saskatchewan Drive against his will. Police were able to confirm the male was fine and was recovering after having had surgery and may have been a little confused.

JUNE-17

2:22 AM – report of the caller hitting a deer on the #1 Highway with his semi. The caller advised he did not stop and continued driving. Officers made patrols to make sure the animal was not a road hazard. The deer was not located.

9:29 AM – report of the caller’s ex-boyfriend who resides in Moose Jaw, SK has been sending harassing text messages and making repeated phone calls to her. Police reached out to Moose Jaw Police Service requesting they speak with the ex and have him cease communication with the caller.

10:20 AM – report of a male known to police who does not have a valid driver’s licence at a location on the 1100 block of Central Avenue N may be driving. Officers attendeq the location and watched as the male’s girlfriend got into the driver’s seat.

11:50 AM – report of the back window of the caller’s white Ford F150 being damaged sometime overnight while parked on the 1500 block of North Hill Drive. There are no suspects or witnesses.

6:08 PM – several wallets, a cellphone and jewelry were turned into the Detachment by an establishment. The items were placed into the lost and found.

9:13 PM – report of an alarm at a business on the 1100 block of Central Avenue N. Officers attended the business and determined the alarm to be false, the business was still open and staff were at the location.

9:25 PM – report of a break and enter in progress at a business on the 1900 block of Sidney Street W. Officers attended the location and a male and female were arrested before they were able to leave with any property. The female will be charged with one count of break and enter with intent under the Criminal Code. The male will be charged with one count of break and enter with intent under the Criminal Code and one count of driving with a suspended licence under the Traffic Safety Act. Both subjects were released on conditions with a future court date.

10:10 PM – report of a female shoplifting from a business on the 300 block of Central Avenue N. This matter is still under investigation.

10:31 PM – report of the caller getting harassing text messages from a friend for the last several days. Police spoke with the friend who confirmed they would cease communication and had already blocked the caller.

10:36 PM – report of a fraudulent $100 bill being used at a business on the 1400 block of North Service Road E. This matter is still under investigation.

10:46 PM – report of a female in a black GMC Terrain throwing garbage out of her vehicle when she drove past the caller’s residence on the O block of 3rd Avenue NE and would like her spoken to. This matter is still under investigation.

JUNE-18

12:03 AM – 911 call of a loud black Pontiac Grand Prix driving on the 800 block of 11th Avenue NE. Officers made patrols but were unable to locate the vehicle.

8:27 AM – report of someone who appears to be camping within city limits. The caller did not want to provide call takers with any other information other then there was a camping trailer with it’s slides out parked on Ashford Street. Officers attended the location and spoke to the owner of the trailer who was going to be moving it.

8:59 AM – report of a lost wallet.

10:50 AM – report of someone knocking on the caller’s door in the middle of the night on four separate occasions over the last three months. The caller confirmed they had not answered the door when it happens. Police spoke with the caller and advised them to call the Detachment when the incident happens so police have a better chance of locating the person and also suggested they purchase a door bell camera to capture who is knocking.

1:19 PM – report of a disturbance at a residence on the 100 block of 2nd Avenue SE. Officers attended and spoke to a male and female in the home, determining they had assaulted each other in their dispute. Both subjects were arrested and each will be charged with one count of assault under the Criminal Code. Both were released on conditions with a future court date.

1:38 PM – report of a lost cellphone.

2:20 PM – 911 call of a dispute at a residence on the 100 block of 2nd Avenue SE. The caller advised a male in the home was fighting with her. Police attended the residence and spoke with the caller who would not cooperate with police saying she only wanted the male removed and then walked away, closing the door and refusing to come back outside or continue speaking with officers. Police confirmed no physical violence had occurred. No charges were laid in relation to the matter.

8:06 PM – report of a hit and run to the caller’s red Nissan Altima while parked in the alley on the 800 block of 1st Avenue NW. There are no suspects or witnesses.

10:50 PM – report of a male known to police getting a ride from Swift Current to Regina, SK and was now demanding police come pick him up and bring him back to Swift Current. Police spoke with the caller who was told that wouldn’t be happening for him.

11:11 PM – request to conduct a check at the caller’s mother’s residence. The caller advised she was out of town and had received a message from a neighbour telling her a suspicious vehicle was parked in front of her mother’s vacant residence. The mother was in long term care and the caller had secured it prior to leaving for the weekend. Officers attended and confirmed the vehicle belonged to a neighbour and ensured the home was secure.

11:46 PM – report of loud music coming from a residence on the 200 block of 4th Avenue NE. Officers attended and located two males in the garage playing guitar. Both were given verbal warnings about the noise and agreed to turn in for the night.

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