RCMP report

The following is the RCMP report from July 16, 2019 until July 29, 2019. This reporting period, police responded to the following calls for service.

July 16, 2019

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  Police received a report of a smashed rear window of a vehicle while parked at a business. The vehicle was parked for two years and was be towed to the owner's home.

  A male was observed on a vacant lot on a residential street. The male was recognised and arrested shortly thereafter for outstanding warrants out of Brandon.

  A report of a possible attempted break and enter occurred in Ninette. No entry was gained and staff vigiliant in reporting same.

  Additional patrols are requested between the back lane of Finlay and Clark Avenue in Killarney due to suspicious looking people frequently walking in the area.

  A report of racing vehicles was received on road 443 between Ninga and Boissevain. One vehicle was described as a grey Sante Fe and a dark coloured car. Police attended, no vehicles matching the description and unable to puruse the investigation without licence plate information.

July 17, 2019

 A report of fraud was received. A phone call that was a recording saying that their credit card had been charged $300 and $1000 and to press one to continue. No money was lost and police like to remind the public of crafty scams that are being created via phone, email, and Facebook.

  Do not give any personal information or press any numbers. Do not purchase Itunes cards, or be lured into paying a fee to get a larger amount. Unfortunely, you have also not won any lotteries. Please discuss this with family and friends, spread the word!

 A break and enter was reported in Hartney. Yard maintenance equipment was stolen and the matter is being investigated.  

 Another scam was reported. A phone call claiming to be a representative from CIBC asking for personal information. Once the Killarney residence realized it was a scam, they blocked the number and a new number with the same scam called the next day. Nothing was lost financially.  

  A vehicle fire was reported in Killarney. The vehicle was un-insured and the fire appeared electrical in nature.

July 18, 2019 

  A naked male was seen in Boissevain and reported to police. Police responded to the description that he had short hair and a large belly. Police made patrols but the naked man entered some apartments, we are hoping he found some clothes!

July 19, 2019  

  A female called 911 to report she spun out and landed in the ditch near Boissevain. There were no other vehicles involved. The female suffered no injuries and the vehicle was towed.  

  In Deloraine, a truck was reported stolen. The owner of the truck lived in Saskatchewan and learned the vehicle was involved in a collision and a criminal investigation is ongoing.  

  A shoplifting incident is under investigation that occurred at the Killarney mall.

  A curfew check was conducted in Killarney. The person on the curfew was not present and the matter is being investigated.  

  An American resident ended up at the Canadian port of entry without the American passport. The driver was not attempting to enter Canada. The driver was arrested by CBSA where they learned the driver was arrested for assault and mischief. The driver was turned over to US border protection officers.

July 21, 2019 

  Police attended a home in Killarney to make an arrest. Police were accompanying the person arrested when they observed someone in the home in breach of the their no contact conditions with the resident of the home. The movie being watched was cut short and one prisoner became two!

July 23, 2019

 A storage trailer was broken into at a construction site, a significant item valued at $60,000 taken. Numerous items were also stolen. This matter is under investigation.

  A truck was reported stolen and later abandoned off Highway 23. Another truck was stolen in the area of Prairie Lakes. There is evidence that this stolen vehicle is connected to the prior stolen vehicle and both matters are being investigated.  

  A tool box was found and the happy rightful owner it picked it up from the Boissevain detachment.  

  Beer was stolen from the Ninette area and is under investigation.  

 

  A report of a vehicle fire, vehicle was full of gas and a fire started in the engine. Fire and police attended where the vehicle was a total loss, no injuries.  

  Two reports of assault occurred in Cartwright. Two parties were arrested, one released and the other party remanded into custody. The matter is still under investigation.  

  Brandon Police notified a vehicle owner that their truck had been recovered, not knowing it had been stolen. The matter is still under investigation. Another truck was recovered in a slew and being processed by Forensic Identification Services.

July 25, 2019  

  A female was apprehended for shoplifting in Boissevain. Numerous stores were victimized and the female was arrested shortly thereafter.

  A report of an assault was received. One party was arrested and placed on no contact conditions.  

  A report of a break and enter in the area of Prairie Lakes. Several items were stolen and the matter is being investigated.

  If you have any information about these crimes or any other crimes, please contact the RCMP Office or Crimestoppers at 1-800-222-8477. 

Reminders:

  We would like to advise that the business hours of operation at the Killarney Detachment are 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., Monday to Friday. 

  Boissevain RCMP business hours will be Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.  

  The Deloraine RCMP business hours are Thursdays 8:30 to 3:30 p.m.  

  The general public is encouraged to attend during those hours to ensure someone will be here. It is also recommended to call ahead, however, in the event of an emergency, call 911 or the emergency line.

 

 

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