Weekly RCMP Report

An interview with Detachment Commander Darren Simons

Simons has asked for the public to phone the police directly if there are any crimes that need attention in a timely manner rather than phoning Crime stoppers.  The report time of Crime stoppers can cause a delay in dealing with cases that need immediate attention. All callers can still remain anonymous even when phoning police directly.

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            The Carlyle RCMP detachment responded to several calls service from Thursday, July 19 to the morning of Thursday, July 26.

            911/False alarms

            A false alarm at a new business is being attended too by Sasktel.

            911

            A very intoxicated person had phoned in and was warned of misuse of 911

            Assault

            In Carlyle Area an assault call was responded to that occurred between two siblings and is still under investigation.

            Indecent Exposure

            Police responded to a call in Redvers about an intoxicated man exposing himself on his front lawn. He was arrested and charged and remains in custody because of repeated offenses.

            Domestic Assault

             In Carlyle there was a domestic assault charge laid on an individual who assaulted a common law partner in front of police. “We’re not exactly sure what happened before we got there, but we know what happened after,” said Simons.

            A second call in the Carlyle area lead to charges for both parties involved, one party was then transported to Regina due to outstanding warrants.

.           Disturbance 

            There was a disturbance at White Bear Health Clinic where several individual got into a fight. All involved where charged for disturbance and give a court a notice to appear in court.

            A disturbance was reported in the Carlyle Area at a residence. Emergency Medical Services attended to treat a minor injury and no charges were filed.

            Family Dispute

            A dispute was attended in Carlyle between two individuals breaking up, no charges were laid and police kept the peace...

            Erratic Driving

            A call came in of an erratic driving on highway 13 throwing beer cans out of the car window driving near Kisby. Police were unable to locate the vehicle.

            Theft                                                                                                                                                

            A Carlyle business reported shoplifting and it is still under investigation.

            Trafficking Illegal Substance

            A suspect for drug trafficking has been reported and is still under investigation. Police cannot release the area it occurred while the investigation is ongoing.

           

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            Child Welfare

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

            Impaired Driving

            A person was charged with impaired driving and received a 30 day vehicle impoundment and a suspension of driver’s license.

            Motor Vehicle and Traffic Related

            Over 20 vehicle offenses occurred including speeding, not all resulted in fines or charges.   Break and Enter

            A break and enter was reported in Wawota to a business and is still under investigation.

            Mental Health

            Police responded to a call and the situation was resolved in an appropriate manner.            

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