The Carlyle detachment of the RCMP responded to a variety of calls between Thursday, Jan. 18, and the morning of Thursday, Jan. 25.
An individual was fined $400 at court for misuse of 911.
An assault occurred in the Carlyle area. Members responded and dealt with the individual the call involved. It was determined to be a Mental Health Act file and the individual was lodged for a brief period at the detachment where the RCMP ensured the individual obtained their medication. The individual was taken home.
There was an assault with a weapon reported in Carlyle. It occurred during a social event at a residence where marijuana was being used. An argument developed and police were called to the house. Those in attendance refused to cooperate.
RCMP assisted EMS to a call in the Wawota area; both emergency services were called off before arrival.
Members assisted with a Child Welfare matter.
Two Mental Health Act matters are currently under investigation.
RCMP were involved in a proactive meeting with an establishment in Carlyle that serves alcohol relating to drinking and driving. Drivers can be charged if they are tested and blow over 0.08 and a roadside suspension can be given out at 0.04 to 0.08; the roadside suspension is for 72 hours. When testing is done a roadside screening device tests for a reading of 0 to 0.04 for a warning and from 0.049 to 0.099. If the driver blows above a 0.08 they will be taken to the detachment for an exact sample. The roadside screening test includes 0 to 0.04 as Graduated Drivers are not allowed to have any alcohol in their system when behind the wheel.
An off-duty member observed an interaction between a person on a no contact order with an individual. The member used discretion and told the person on the no contact order to turn themselves in as there were also warrants out for them. The individual refused, so was arrested and lodged for failing to comply.
An argument at a residence resulted in a 911 call. Members arrived and discovered there were conditions regarding a no contact order. Members used discretion and did not charge the individual – the contact order was later changed in court.
Break and Enter
An oilfield theft was reported near Redvers when fuel was stolen from a generator after being broken into.
Two break and enter files involving cottages were investigated: one was unfounded and the other is under investigation.
An individual was arrested and charged in court for criminal harassment – they were continually driving by a victim’s residence.
Two ongoing files of harassing communications are open: one is in the Carlyle area and the other is in the Redvers area.
A careless driver was reported in the Carlyle area. The vehicle was located, but the driver was no longer in the vehicle.
An impaired driver was stopped in the Carlyle area driving with samples of 0.16 blood alcohol – twice the legal limit.
A 72-hour roadside suspension was given to an individual with a history of drinking and driving. SGI extended this suspension to 90 days.
There was a report of an impaired driving in the Manor area. Members were unable to locate the individual.
A vehicle was stopped for not having a licence plate and fined $175. There was also liquor found in the vehicle and an inspection notice was issued for an inadequate muffler/exhaust.
Three motor vehicles were without insurance and charged $580. One of the three included a letter sent in the mail to the owner of the vehicle as members were working on another matter.
An unregistered trailer was stopped.
A single intersection ticket violation occurred and a warning was issued.
There were numerous speeding violations which occurred with the highest ticket being for $150.
Many inspection tickets were also issued for window tint and several for damaged windshields.
An individual was fined $100 for failing to produce a driver’s licence upon request by an officer.
A vehicle stopped for speeding was also issued a warning for their taillight and windshield.
Two vehicles were stopped regarding auxiliary lamps and headlights.
An individual was stopped for an obstructed licence plate. Ensuring the licence plate is readable is the responsibility of the driver and they must clean any mud or snow off of it.
Two people were charged for using their cell phone while driving and fined $280.
A vehicle parked at the Carlyle Arena was ticketed for parking in a designated “no parking” zone. “We do have bigger things to be working on,” Staff Sergeant Darren Simons explained. “But we also can’t ignore the little things.”
A collision was reported to RCMP. It was determined to be a non-reportable collision and both parties are dealing with the occurrence through their insurance.
An individual was charged with having liquor in a vehicle and fined $360.
RCMP investigated a report of an underage drinker, but the case was not solved.
A false alarm in the Carlyle area was determined to be a child playing with a key fob.
Property damage was reported.
Two theft investigations were conducted and both were determined to be associated with the Mental Health Act.
Seizure of marijuana at a Carlyle area residence was conducted. One person will be charged.