RCMP Report

The Carlyle RCMP detachment responded to several calls to service from Thursday, July 12 to the morning of Thursday, July 19.

            911/False alarms

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            Several calls came in from a business that was false alarms but police are obligated to respond to all 911 calls. “False alarms are common during weather changes due to computer glitches,” said Darren Simons the staff Sergeant at the Carlyle detachment.

            Assault calls

            There were two assault calls in the Carlyle area, with charges laid in one case.

            Animal call

            RCMP was notified of a calf wondering on the road, the calf could not be located. “Our idea is that calf Mooooved along, or realized the grass wasn’t greener on the other side of the fence,” said Simons.

            Indecent Exposure

            Police responded several times to a call in Redburn about an intoxicated man exposing himself on his front lawn. He was arrested and charged.

            Sexual Assault

             There were two sexual assault calls. One sexual assault call in the Carlyle area is still being investigated. The second sexual assault call in Carlyle resulted in charges.

.           Break and Enter

            A break and enter call to a residence in Wawota is still under investigation. “The door was kicked in and we are not sure if anything was stolen at this time,” said Simons. A second call came in of a possible attempted B&E to a business in the Carlyle area but there was no evidence to be able to determine a suspect.

            Missing Persons

            There were several calls of sightings of missing persons Ruby Barnes, all have been investigated and found not to have been her except for one call where she had been spotted in Regina, and it is still under investigation.

            Mischief

            Several calls of mischief were reported. One call was in the Carlyle area, a person was reported to have been throw objects around in a residence. This call was resolved by engaging Yorkton Tribal Family Services. In Redburn there had been a call of a person knocking on numerous camper doors. In Kisbey the persons disturbing a residence fled before police arrived. A person in Kenosee Lake area reported damage to his fence from a neighbor. it was determined a civil matter. Lines to a vehicle were cut in the Carlyle area causing damage to the vehicle.

            Fraud

            A call was placed about a fraudulent check that was written and that had not had sufficient funds when cashed.

            Impaired Driving

            A man was arrested in Wawota for driving an ATV impaired; he was tested for blood-alcohol level and twice was found to have 1.9mg. That is more than twice the legal limit which is .80mg, after exceeding the limit of 1.6mg it’s considered and aggrivated act.

           

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            Child Welfare

            A call was placed about concern for a child’s welfare, the situation was resolved.

            Domestic Violence

            A call was responded too and is still under investigation

            Motor Vehicle and Traffic Related

            In a call of dangerous driving, the driver was determined to be fit and had not known the reason for the call. A second call for erratic driving was made and police could not locate the vehicle, “But we appreciate all calls,” said Simmons. There were nine incidents of vehicles including trailers without proper registration or insurance, not all resulted in charges. There were two warnings for window tints, four for cracked windshields, six for no seat belts, one for having no mud flaps, and several for obstructed license plates. Some of these resulted in fines.

            Disqualified Driver

            A man with a criminal code driver’s license suspension was found operating a vehicle. His vehicle was impounded and he was released from custody with a promise to appear in court.

            Vehicle Fire

            In Carlyle police responded to a vehicle fire that was determined to be electrical. “We get more vehicle fires than we did 50 years ago I would think due to more electronics in the vehicles,” said Simons.

            

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