The Carlyle RCMP detachment responded to a variety of calls between Thursday, May 10, and the morning of Thursday, May 17.
An intoxicated individual was causing issues, but the complainant didn’t want to press charges.
There is an investigation being conducted regarding rocks being thrown.
Wellbeing checks were conducted. One involved two individuals having an argument, a check was conducted, and there was no violence involved it was simply an argument.
A complainant called in worried that someone had fallen down, but all was well.
There was a cell phone turned into the detachment.
RCMP assisted Regina Police Services by transporting a prisoner to court.
Breach of peace
The RCMP attended and offered assistance in the Carlyle area.
Disturbing the peace
Members attended a call regarding someone disturbing the peace; no charges are expected.
There were false alarms at Wawota School as well as at a residence in Redvers.
RCMP assisted with three fire calls: two from Arcola and one from Carlyle.
A 42-year-old male was charged with the careless use of a firearm in the Carlyle area.
There has been more reports of Canadian Revenue Agency frauds where a letter is received stating the individual will be arrested if they do not pay the enclosed amount. This is not how the CRA handles matters.
There was a concerned caller who phoned about an individual in an abandoned building. The complainant was concerned about potential fires being started; this matter remains under investigation.
A mischief investigation is being conducted related to the power going out.
There was a complaint regarding an individual who was yelling and scaring children. Members attended and the matter is under investigation.
Reports of individuals staggering along the highway were reported. They were located and lodged in cells until sober.
An individual was ticketed for using electronics while driving.
Six warnings for tinted windows were issued.
Three warnings and three charges for failure to wear seatbelts were issued.
Four speeders were given warnings, while three were ticketed.
Six individuals were given intersection warnings and four were charged with failure to stop at a stop sign.
There was a complaint of a car driving slowly and swerving. RCMP stopped the vehicle and discovered they were driving slowly because of a carrier on top of the roof that the wind was catching.
A report of a possibly impaired driver was reported.
There was a call regarding a potential traffic collision, but RCMP were not required.
In Manor an individual was given a warning for threatening another person.