The Carlyle RCMP detachment dealt with several files from Thursday, Jan. 11 to Thursday, Jan. 18.
Carlyle RCMP provided assistance to the Regina Police Service by obtaining statements.
Members assisted the Estevan Police Service in locating an individual.
RCMP assisted a member of the public by helping them retrieve their belongings from an area residence.
Police assisted local EMS.
Breach of the peace
RCMP responded to a request to remove an intoxicated individual from a residence.
Break and enter
Members responded to the report of a break and enter at a residence in the detachment area.
Child Welfare Act
RCMP dealt with one file under the Child Welfare Act.
A false alarm originated in Redvers.
Several firearms were seized from an individual in the detachment area. This person was also charged with assault and uttering threats.
A business in Carlyle was vandalized with spray paint.
RCMP members responded to a report of assault and mischief regarding an individual in the Carlyle area. At the officer's discretion, no charges were laid.
Police dealt with a report from Edmonton concerning two ATVs which were suspected to be in a rural area near Carlyle.
Members assisted CN Rail police in retrieving some stolen items which were sold online. These items were located and returned to CN Rail.
Carlyle RCMP responded to a report of the theft of a motor vehicle.
Carlyle RCMP responded to two reports of possibly-impaired drivers. One motorist was found to be impaired; the other was not.
Two motorists were fined $580 each for driving improperly registered vehicles.
Four individuals were found to be operating or riding in motor vehicles without wearing seatbelts.
Three drivers within the detachment area failed to stop at posted stop signs.
Two individuals failed to produce vehicle registration when asked to do so by a police fficer. The fine for this offence is $100.
A motorist was fined $280 for operating an electronic device while driving.
Three individuals operated motor vehicles without a valid driver's licence.
Members issued 26 speeding tickets and 10 warnings this week.
Members dealt with several other traffic issues during this period. These included: improper window tint on vehicles, windshields in need of repair or replacement, inadequate headlamps, inadequate tail lights, obstructed licence plates and a loud muffler.
Members are investigating reports of of uttering threats involving two people from rural areas near Redvers and in Manitoba.