The following is the RCMP report from July 30, 2019 until August 6, 2019.
July 30, 2019
Police received a report of a breach of no contact conditions related to a domestic assault. A female was arrested and charged on two counts of breach by sending an email and text messages. She was released to appear in court.
Police received a report that someone had burnt someone's lawn in Hartney. Evidence was seized by police to be processed for forensic evidence to further assist the investigation.
July 31, 2019
• Police were called to diffuse a Facebook situation where an adult had name called another adult. Once the investigation was complete it was determined there was no criminal matter to pursue.
• An upset female had entered a store in Deloraine claiming she was starving. She was unable to purchase a barbeque so she bought charcoal and grilling screens to prepare her next meal. Police searched all camping areas, the Border, Peace Garden, all along Highway 3 in search of the female to no avail.
August 1, 2019
• Two gentlemen entered into a consensual fight in Boissevain after one rammed the other's bicycle. One man sustained a bloody nose and was assessed by EMS. Neither of the men were interested in charges and sent on their separate ways.
August 2, 2019
• A work truck was stolen from the Hartney dump. A white 3/4 tonne Chevy diesel with decals and a torch rack in the back. A Manitoba licence plate of CHT-204 was last known to be on the vehicle.
• A 911 call was received at one of the colonies. Police attended and learned a young child had been playing with the phone and called 911 twice. The child was schooled on reasons for calling 911 appropriately.
• A call was received of a female who was passed out due to alcohol. The female was transported to hospital by EMS and kept under medical care until she was released to a responsible friend.
• A truck was stolen from the Boissevain area. The owner knew the truck had a flat tire. An air compressor and generator were also stolen. It is believed the suspects were resourceful enough to utilize the air compressor to pump the flat tire prior to the thefts. The vehicle is described as a green Ford F150 with a Manitoba licence plate of GPC-616.
• Two reports of possible impaired drivers were called into police. Both drivers blew zero!
August 3, 2019
• A male was reported to have possibly slept in the washrooms at the beach. The doors to the washrooms will now be locked up at night to deter any unwanted occupants.
• Police were called to Waskada to arrest a male after he destroyed a sunroom at a residence. He was later released when sober and placed on conditions.
August 4, 2019
• Another mischief was reported in Waskada where a large flower pot was knocked over resulting in broken pieces, flowers and dirt strewn about. Some chairs were also flipped over at the credit union. The matter is under investigation.
August 6, 2019
• An investigation is ongoing in Ninette regarding damage to a hotel room.
• A report of an assault was called in to Killarney. A male had injured himself and then was arrested for four (4) breach of conditions and possession of a weapon. The male was remanded into Brandon Correctional Center.
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: Police continue to remind residents to never provide personal information such as birth dates, SIN numbers, credit card numbers, or e-mail address to parties you do not know. If you feel that you have been contacted by a fraudulent source, please contact police or Phone Busters Fraud Center immediately for further instructions on what you can do. Phone Busters can be reached directly at 1-888-495-8501, however also report same to the local detachment.
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.