The following is a synopsis of calls for service for the dates indicated for the Swift Current RCMP:
7:25 p.m. -while on patrol officers issued a written warning to a male in a grey Chevrolet Impala for having open alcohol in a vehicle.
8:12 p.m. - received call from a female requesting police attend her residence and provide her with a ride to the hospital so that she wouldn't have to pay for an ambulance. When police asked if she could take a taxi or ask a family member or friend to provide her a ride she said "forget it" and hung up on the call taker. Police attended the female's residence to check on her well-being and were advised by the female she was suicidal. The female was transported to hospital by police for evaluation.
8:25 p.m. -while on patrol police issued a ticket to the driver of a blue Ford F150 for failing to produce a driver's licence upon request of an officer.
9:28 p.m. - report of a possible fight about to happen between some youth at a location on the O block of 1st Avenue N.E. Police attended and spoke to all youth involved and confirmed no assault took place.
10:41 p.m. -911 call from a female reporting she can hear a female screaming "no" over and over in the Highland area. Officer attended the area and spoke to a group of youth in the park who advised they had been yelling while they were playing soccer and apologized for being loud.
11 :33 p.m. - report of two to four suspicious males on the 200 block of 18th Avenue N. E. pretending to point a gun at the
caller. The caller confirmed there was no real weapon and the male had pointed his fingers like a gun at the caller. All the males got into a white Chevrolet Impala and drove away. No plate number was able to be obtained from the caller. Police made patrols but were unable to locate the vehicle.
12:05 a.m. -while on patrol officers located an intoxicated male staggering on the street of 4th Avenue N.E. Police arrested the male and he was held in custody until he could be released once sober. No criminal charges were laid in relation to the incident.
3:54 a.m. - received call from a male who is on court ordered conditions to live at an approved residence wanting police permission to stay at his parents residence for the night as he and his girlfriend have been arguing. When police were able to call the male back things had calmed down and he no longer needed to stay somewhere else.
8:16 a.m. - report of two injured cats along the bike path on 7th Avenue S. E. Local animal catcher for the City was advised of the animals. When police later made patrols both cats were gone.
10:25 p.m. -911 call of a brown Honda Accord travelling in the Highland area with a passenger holding their head out the back window and holding what appears to look like a beer can. The caller was able to obtain the licence plate of the vehicle. Police made patrols of the area and attended the registered owner's residence but they were unable to locate the vehicle.
11:53 p.m. - report of the caller being kicked out of her apartment by her roommate. When the caller attended the apartment to obtain her belongings the locks had been changed and the roommate was refusing to return her property until the caller paid the rent. Police contacted the roommate who admitted she was withholding the property and she was advised by police she could not withhold the caller's property in lieu of rent. The roommate agreed to return the property to the caller.
12:09 p.m. - report of a loud party coming from a location on the 2000 block of Hillcrest Drive. The caller advised there was very loud music and believed alcohol may be involved. Police attended the area just as an event taking place at the location was wrapping up. No further calls about the noise were received.
4:42 a.m. - report of the caller's girlfriend being intoxicated and running away from the caller making suicidal comments after they had been arguing. Police made patrols and located the female who was arrested under the Mental Health Act and transported to the hospital by police for evaluation.
7:13 a.m. - report from a male advising they will be throwing a birthday party for their child and will also be doing some landscaping later today and he anticipates the neighbour will call police to make a noise complaint against him and wanted police to be aware. There have been on-going issues between the two neighbours making frivolous complaints about each other to police. The caller had made a complaint the night prior about the neighbours dog barking. No calls were received from the neighbour about noise in relation to the birthday party or the landscaping.
8:36 a.m. - received call advising while walking along the creek the night prior near Ponderosa Trailer Court the caller saw what appeared to be a cougar. Detachment staff contacted SERM to advise them of the call and they advised they have also been receiving similar complaints.
10:04 a.m. - received call from a male advising his daughter is yelling at him and refusing to get back into the vehicle. The male advised he is going to leave her in Swift Current as he will be heading to the lake for the rest of the weekend. Police made patrols and located the caller's daughter and returned her to her parent.
12:01 p.m. - 911 call of a red Chevrolet half ton not being road worthy. The caller advised that the vehicle was missing a
tail gate and the driver of the vehicle was having to hold the door closed because it wouldn't latch. Police made patrols for the vehicle but were unable to locate it. A plate number was able to be obtained by the caller however police were unable to obtain an updated phone number or address for the owner.
12:59 p.m. - report of a needle being located under a tree in the caller's front yard on the 200 block of 6th Avenue S.E. Detachment staff contacted the Swift Current Fire Department to attend for disposal.
1:03 p.m. - report of a hit and run that occurred the day prior while parked at a location on the 1100 block of Central Avenue N. There are no suspects or witnesses.
1:25 p.m. - received call from a male stating he had lent a friend his vehicle to travel to Maple Creek and instead the friend travelled to Strathmore where they got into an accident with the caller's vehicle and required a file number for insurance. The caller was provided the file number and then advised he was homeless and needed some assistance finding a place to live. The male was given a couple of locations he could attend to discuss living assistance.
2:27 p.m. - report of a yield sign being knocked over by a white truck. The caller was unable to obtain a plate number for the vehicle and unable to provide a description of the driver. Police spoke with a male known to police who drove a similar vehicle but denied causing any damage. Police notified the City of the damage and that the sign would need to be put back up.
4:38 p.m. - 911 call of a male running around, yelling and acting erratically on the 2000 block of Saskatchewan Drive. Police attended the area and spoke with the male who is familiar to police and advised someone had upset him and he wasn't thinking clearly. Police calmed the male down and he returned to his is place of employment.
5:40 p.m. - report of a neighbour in the caller's dwelling unit smoking marijuana in the complex. The caller was advised this was not a police matter and she would need to speak to the landlord of the building about any smoking occurring in the complex.
7:32 p.m. - report of a residential alarm on the 300 block of Cowie Crescent. Police attended the residence where a door was found slightly ajar. Police entered the residence and confirmed no one was inside and nothing appeared to be suspicious or out of place. There was no sign of any forced entry and the homeowner was contacted. The alarm was determined to be false as it's believed the door was perhaps not shut entirely when the last person left the residence.
8:03 p.m. - report of a residential alarm on the 200 block of 18th Avenue N. E. Police attended and determined the alarm to be false.
8:16 p.m. - report of a dispute in the parking lot of a location on the 100 block of Hayes Drive. There are people yelling and it seems to be escalating. Police attended the location and spoke to a female who advised she'd been arguing with a male and then slapped him. After she slapped the male his wife attacked her. No one was injured in the incident and no one wanted to proceed with any criminal charges. The female caller went home to prevent any further issues.
9 p.m. -911 call of a possibly intoxicated male at a location on the 100 block of Hayes Drive causing issues. Officers attended the location and gave the male a verbal wan ring to tone down his behaviour or he would be required to leave.
9:50 p.m. - report of a male sending the complainant rude messages and she would like police to tell him to stop. This matter is still under investigation.
9:58 p.m. - report of the caller's neighbour's dog barking waking up his sleeping child. The neighbours are sitting in their garage and the caller believes they are doing this on purpose as there is a history of both the neighbour and the caller making complaints to police about one another. Officers attended the area and did not hear any noise. There was a dog, however there was no excessive barking.
7:39 a.m. - report of a white Ford SUV with an Alberta licence plate leaving a location on the 400 block of North Service Road E. without paying for their fuel. There was a licence plate provided by the caller however it was likely taken down incorrectly as no information ca.m.e back on it when ran. Similar variations of the licence plate were ran but none came back to a Ford SUV. Police made patrols for the vehicle but it was unable to be located.
9:06 a.m. -report that the caller's father of her child has been breaching his court ordered conditions by consuming alcohol and will not return their child back to her. The caller is concerned for the living conditions for their child but does not have any concerns for the child's safety. The caller did not wish to provide a statement to police in relation to the possible breaching of court ordered conditions. Police advised Social Services of the situation.
9:58 a.m. -report of someone flattening the tires on the caller's son's blue Chevrolet Cavalier and also pouring a white powder on the vehicle sometime overnight causing damage. The caller stated she had seen two suspicious males in the area the night prior. This matter is still under investigation.
10:12 a.m. -911 call from a female stating her husband has been mentally abusing her and has been cheating on her with another woman and when she asked him to stop, he said he won't. The caller was wanting police assistance with finding a place to live in the event he chooses to be with the other woman. Police contacted the female and it was confirmed that no
physical violence or threat of violence had occurred between the two. Police provided the caller with information on places to contact in regards to places to stay if she leaves her husband.
12:32 p.m. - report of a dog in a vehicle parked outside a business on the 1800 block of Memorial Drive in a blue Chevrolet Silverado for the last half hour. Police attended the location and confirmed the animal was okay. Police spoke to the owner of the vehicle and gave him a warning about leaving his animal inside his vehicle on a hot day.
1:22 p.m. - 911 call of a suit bag blowing out of a black Ford F150 on the #1 Highway near Maple Creek. The caller picked up the bag but was unable to catch the vehicle that it blew out of. A plate number for the truck was obtained by the caller. The caller turned the bag into the Detachment and staff will make attempts to get in touch with the owner of the bag.
3:54 p.m. - report of the caller's step daughter telling her that the child's mother wants to take her away where the father can't find them. The caller is concerned the mother may run away with the child prior to their court date as the mother has recently been charged with fraud against the caller. Police spoke with all involved parties and there is no plan to move the child and their court order restricts the child from moving.
4:11 p.m. -report of a male the caller knows trying to hit her vehicle with his Jeep. The caller stated she was parked on 4th Avenue N.E. and the male passed her in his Jeep then turned around and drove at the caller's vehicle. The caller did not wish to provide her personal information or provide a statement to police.
4:58 p.m. -while on patrol officers issued a written warning to the driver of a white Dodge Charger for operating a motor vehicle without valid registration.
7:36 p.m. -found identification card turned into the Detachment.