Weekly RCMP Report

            The Carlyle RCMP detachment dealt with several files from Thursday, March 29 to Thursday, April 5.

            Staff Sgt. Darren Simons of the Carlyle RCMP detachment reminds members of the public that the gun amnesty continues until April 29.

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            “If you have firearms you don't want and you want the RCMP to pick them up, please contact us and we will do so,” says Staff Sgt. Simons. “If you bring them in to us, please leave them in your vehicle and a member will come out and pick them up. Please do not carry them from your vehicle to the detachment yourself. It does not look good for someone to approach a police station with a firearm - for any reason.”


            An individual called 911 for the purpose of requesting a ride. “We explained to this person that 911 shouldn't be used for the purpose of calling a 'buffalo cab' - which is a nickname for RCMP patrol cars because of the buffalo painted on the vehicles,” says Staff Sgt. Simons with a smile. “Because it doesn't always take you to where you want to go.”

            One call to 911 was made by a child playing with a phone, while two other calls were due to SaskTel computer glitches.

            Alcohol-related Offences

            Several intoxicated individuals were lodged in cells until sober after the report of a disturbance in the Carlyle area.

            Two intoxicated individuals were lodged in cells until sober after RCMP received a call about property damage in the Carlyle area.

            Members responded to three reports of possibly-impaired drivers in the Kisbey and Manor areas. “We appreciate these calls,” says Staff Sgt. Simons. “We make patrols and we appreciate everyone's efforts to make our roads and highways safe for us all.”

            Animal call

            Members are currently investigating a dog complaint in Arcola.


            An assault which occurred in Redvers resulted in an individual being arrested and charged.

            Members responded to an assault which occurred in Carlyle. RCMP contacted social services, due to their concern for children in the residence. “Anytime there are children involved in a situation  like this, police will contact social services to assist the children and hopefully, the parents, too,” says Staff Sgt. Simons.

            One assault within the detachment area was reported to police, but the individual involved did not want to lay charges.


            Carlyle RCMP assisted the Regina Police Service with warrants.

            Members responded to a call from Carlyle which reported an adult female and a child walking in and out of a local hotel during extremely cold weather. Police found that the pair were at the wrong hotel and provided assistance.

            Police provided assistance to the corrections department regarding the temporary absence of individual prisoners. “We often assist the corrections department with these matters,” says Staff Sgt. Simons. “Individuals who are incarcerated are sometimes granted permission to visit family or to attend funerals or other family events. When this occurs, they are usually lodged in cells here so they don't get into any further trouble.”

            Breach of Conditions

            A person who was previously arrested for domestic assault was found to be in breach of their release conditions.

            Child Welfare

            RCMP responded to a child welfare call regarding a custody issue.

            Members responded to a situation in which there was a disagreement over child care at a residence.

            Criminal Harassment

            Police are currently investigating an allegation of criminal harassment within the detachment area.

            Collisions and Traffic Violations

            A motorist collided with a deer in the Wawota area. This individual was not injured.

            RCMP responded to a call reporting stray horses on Hwy 9.

            Two motorists were fined $280 each for operating cell phones while operating a motor vehicle.

            Members issued several speeding tickets this week, with fines reaching a high of $388.

            A driver was fined $580 for operating an uninsured vehicle.

            A motorist was fined $100 for failing to produce their vehicle registration.

            An individual was fined $100 for failing to display a licence plate on their vehicle.

            An individual received a warning from police for failing to stop at a posted stop sign. The fine for this offence is $230.

            A motorist was charged with driving while disqualified.

            Mental Health Act

            RCMP dealt with a call under the Mental Health Act in Redvers.




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