The Carlyle RCMP detachment responded to several calls between Thursday, March 23 and Thursday, March 30.
Staff Sgt. Darren Simons warns motorists to be especially mindful of spring driving conditions.
“We'd like to remind everyone with the alternating cold and warm spring-like weather, that driving conditions can change quickly. Black ice is definitely a concern and winter storms can come up suddenly. Please drive to conditions and with awareness that these conditions can change quickly.”
911 calls/False alarms
One individual called 911 to request an ambulance.
Four 911 calls were all due to static lines.
Three false alarms were triggered within the detachment area.
A highly-intoxicated individual was responsible for property damage in Carlyle.
Members are currently conducting an impaired driving investigation.
RCMP responded to a report of an intoxicated male wandering on Hwy 13 near Carlyle.
Members responded to a report of a stabbing in the Carlyle area, which resulted in the arrest of an individual who remains in custody.
An individual is still in custody after being charged with assault.
Police arrested an individual in the Wawota area for assault causing bodily harm.
Carlyle RCMP assisted local EMS.
Police provided assistance under the Child Welfare Act.
Breach of conditions/Failure to comply with release conditions
A young offender remains in custody after they took a vehicle without permission. The youth was found to be driving dangerously in the Carlyle and Manor areas and was in breach of their conditions.
An individual wearing an electronic monitoring device failed to comply with their conditions. This person remains in custody.
One person was charged with failing to comply with release conditions three times. This individual was also charged with mischief for causing property damage.
Break and enter
Carlyle RCMP are currently investigating two break and enters - one in the Carlyle area and one in Wawota.
“This week, we had six individuals appear in court,” says Staff Sgt. Simons. “Two prisoners who were charged by Carnduff RCMP and Weyburn RCMP were released, while all four of Carlyle RCMP's prisoners were keepers and remain in custody, including an individual who will serve five months for impaired driving.”
Members continue to deal with numerous attempts regarding fraudulent activity, the latest of which involved Apple iTunes cards. The RCMP continues to urge the public to be aware and to use caution regarding their personal and banking information.
A lost wallet was reported to the Carlyle RCMP detachment.
Mental Health Act
Members dealt with four reported incidents under the Mental Health Act, all of which involved an individual in Wawota.
Members are investigating incidents involving mischief in Arcola.
An individual was charged with causing damage to property and remains in custody.
Carlyle RCMP are currently investigating a file involving the possssion and accumulation of images of a child.
An allegation of theft in the Carlyle area was dealt with by Carlyle RCMP.
An individual was charged after driving a commercial vehicle with a major defect on a highway.
One driver failed to file their driver's daily log; while another driver failed to prepare a trip inspection.
A motorist (and their vehicle's license plate number) was reported to RCMP for passing another vehicle over a double line on the highway near Kenosee Lake. Members are investigating.
Police responded to a call about malfunctioning lights and crossing rails at a railway crossing in Carlyle.
Members issued several speeding tickets during this period, with the highest fine totalling $360.
One driver was warned for speeding as well as for transporting an unsecure load.
An individual was fined $230 for failing to stop at a posted intersection.
Police responded to a report of an abandoned vehicle.
An individual was charged with uttering threats.