RCMP report

The following is the RCMP report from October 1st until October 8th, 2019. This reporting period, police responded to the following calls for service:

Police would like to give credit for those who dealt with their outstanding warrants!

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A reminder to the public, you can call to report any locations or information for people that have warrants. You do not have to provide your name!

Kevin BJARNSON- 15 Warrants- charges include Harassing Communications, Fail to Comply with Conditions, Fail to Comply with Probation Order, Criminal Harassment.

Colten BERRY- 2 Criminal Code Warrants. Dangerous Operation of a motor vehicle, Flight from police, ande Off Road Vehicle Act charges.

Zane HAMMOND- 2 Warrants, Assault X2.

  Police are strongly encouraging anyone with houses, sheds, shops, vehicles, in houses, out houses or dog houses to lock and secure your items.

• New Fraud trend: Phone Verification Authentication or PVA is a tool used by online account providers (ie. social networks, classifieds websites, etc.). The process confirms the owner of a phone number before approving the creation of their new online account. It suggests that a real person owns the phone and the same person will operate the account.

  Recent reporting to the CAFC indicates that fraudsters are overcoming this authentication process by registering online classified ads using other people's telephone number. The scam starts when you post an ad on a classified site (ie. Craigslists) and include your phone number in the contact information. The fraudster will contact you saying that they are interested in purchasing your item. However, they will mention that there are a lot of scammers on the site. They will claim to want to verify that you are a real person before sending you any money. The fraudster will send you a verification code and ask that you to send it back to them. Once the fraudster receives the verification code, they will enter it to prove that they own your phone number. Voilà! Your phone number is now linked to an account that will be used for spam or fraudulent activities.

Warning signs - How to protect yourself

  • Do not send a verification code to anyone.

  •You should not receive a verification code if you have not requested one.

  • Report and delete unsolicited text messages.

October 1

• A hit and run occurred at the Coop grocery store in Boissevain. If you were a witness to a minor strike, please call us.

October 2

• The Shamrock Center in Killarney was broken into. Items were stolen and evidence was recovered. The matter in being investigated.

• A black and yellow combine header was stolen from Hartney. Make is Macdon with a Model number of FD140. This unit has it's own header but has it's own wheel system that can make it tow-able by a pick up. The value of this unit is $115,000.

October 4

• A 40 year old was pinned under a side by side near Cartwright. The male sustained injuries and was flown by STARS to Winnipeg.

• A fraud was reported in Killarney. The caller stated he was from a from Canadian agency and wanted to know if the recipient had a Royal Bank account and how much money was in it. No money was lost.

• A black Samsung with no case was turned into police.

October 5

• A black Chevy Equinox was stolen from Argyle along with 2 25 litre jerry cans full of gas.

• A break and enter to a home in Argyle. Suspects took two shotguns. A dirtbike was also moved from the property and recovered. The matter is under investigation.

• A break and enter occurred in Argyle where liquor was stolen. Evidence was recovered from the scene and the matter in under investigation.

• A break and enter was reported to a garage and green house. Suspects(s) also damaged a garage. The matter is under investigation.

• A wallet was stolen from a truck in Neelin. The matter is under investigation.

• A break and enter was reported in Argyle. A shop and vehicles were entered. Stolen was a trailer and quad along with a rifle. The quad is a 2016 red Arctic Cat and a 2017 grey Stirling utility trailer.

• A shop was broken into in Glenora, suspect(s) discharged a fire extinguisher resulting in a chemical mess. Evidence was recovered from the scene and the investigation is ongoing.

October 6

• A young adult male was reported to have been seen wearing a "Jason" style hockey mask while walking near the southern area of Killarney.

October 7

• Kids have been reported to have entered a home in Killarney that has ongoing renovations. If you are aware of this, please educate kids on the risks of entering private property.

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

  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.

 

 

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