Call for service June 7-9

The following is a synopsis of calls for service for the dates indicated by the Swift Current RCMP:


6: 12 p.m. - report of an adult male following the caller's son and his friend home the night prior. In speaking with all parties involved the caller's son and his friends had been looking at the male's dirt bike when the owner came outside and told them to leave. There were words exchanged between the youth and the male who had followed them in an attempt to find out where they lived so their parents could be spoken to. No charges were laid in relation to this incident.

8:27 p.m. - 911 call from a male stating he dialed the wrong number and then disconnected the call. Upon call back the call taker spoke to a woman who advised they were trying to reach a local business. Police contacted the home and spoke to the female who confirmed no emergency was taking place and that they had been trying to reach the cable company.

9:04 p.m. - found weapon turned into police after it was located in a vacant apartment.

9:30 p.m. - report of a male with his buttocks out, laughing at some girls. There have been noise complaints in the past and the caller was advised by his landlord to contact police. The male has since left and police were no longer required.

9:47 p.m. - 911 call of a disturbance on the O block of 5th Avenue N.E. The caller said that her ex-boyfriend was outside of her residence trying to get in and causing damage to her home and vehicle parked outside. Police attended the location and the male had left prior to their arrival. There was no damage to the vehicle but there was damage to the door of the residence. This matter is still under investigation.

10:25 p.m. - report of a disturbance at a residence between the caller's daughter and her husband. Police contacted the caller who advised that police were no longer required as the daughter and her husband had left the residence.


8:24 a.m. - 911 call of a black Ford F150 driving through the side wall of a business on the 200 block of Industrial Drive causing damage to both the vehicle and the business. The driver of the vehicle stated that the truck accelerated on its own and when he tried to brake, they failed. The male was transported to the hospital by EMS for evaluation. This matter is still under investigation.

8:47 a.m. - report of a traffic collision on George Street E. involving a white Jeep Compass and a green Jeep Wrangler. No one was injured as a result of the collision but one vehicle was required to be towed . This matter is still under investigation.

10: 10 a.m. - 911 call of semi traveling westbound on the #1 Highway that is swerving all over the road and nearly caused a collisions. Police made patrols for the semi but they were unable to locate it and no other driving complaints about the semi were received.

1 :47 a.m. - report of threatening messages being sent to the caller by her fiancé’s daughter. This matter is still under investigation.

11 :49 a.m. - 911 misdial call from a business on the O block of North Railway Street E. Upon call back dispatch were advised there was no emergency taking place and they must of dialed 911 by mistake as they have to dial 9 to get an outside line.

1 :25 p.m. - report of a child custody dispute. Police assisted with mediation and both parties were advised to speak with their lawyers.

2:30 p.m. - report of a stolen licence plate.

7:39 p.m. - 911 call of an unwanted person in a residence on the 700 block of 3rd Avenue N.W. The caller advised that a woman was in her residence refusing to leave. Police attended the location and spoke to an intoxicated female who advised someone had broken her door at her apartment and she wanted them charged. This matter is still under investigation.

8:54 p.m. - while on patrol officers issued a written warning to the driver of a gray Dodge Ram. to have the window tint removed from their vehicle.

9:57 p.m. - report of a barking dog on the 300 block of 5th Avenue S.E. for the last three hours. Police attended the residence and could not hear any barking dogs in the area. The caller was also advised by the call taker to make a complaint with the City if this has been a consistent occurrence.


12:44 a.m. - while on patrol officers issued a written warning to the driver of a red Dodge Caliber to have their tail light signal repaired.

3:06 a.m. - while on patrol officers located a male youth running through a park on the southside of the City wearing a backpack. Police stopped the youth to find out why he was running and where his backpack had gone since he no longer had it. The backpack was located by the police under a tree and cannabis was located inside. The male youth will be charged under the Cannabis Act and also charged under the Youth Criminal Justice Act for breaching a condition of his probation order.

10:39 a.m. - report of a suspicious black Nissan Armada that has been parked on the O block of 9th Avenue N.E. for days and the vehicle driver frequents a residence in the area. The caller believed the vehicle occupants are up to no good and doesn't believe they look like they could afford to be driving that type of vehicle. Police attended the area and the vehicle was gone. Police also looked into the registered owner of the vehicle and found nothing suspicious that would require further investigation.

10:54 a.m. - 911 hang up call from a commercial dwelling unit on the 1100 block of 5th Avenue N.E. Police attended the location and went to the room where the call had come from and confirmed no emergency was taking place.

1 :31 p.m. - 911 call of a disturbance on the 400 block of 1st Avenue N.W. The caller's mother's boyfriend stole her mother’s vehicle and then returned to the residence. The caller believes the male is intoxicated. He is yelling at her mother and refusing to leave her mother's residence. Police attended the residence and spoke to both parties. No violence or threats had happened but there was Jots of yelling. Police arrested the male who was intoxicated and he was held in police custody until he could be released once sober.

1 :38 p.m. - report of a Jost set of vehicle keys on Central Avenue N.

2:41 p.m. - report of a stolen licence plate.

3: 11 p.m. - report of an argument coming from the caller's neighbours residence on the 300 block Matador Drive. The caller stated she can hear a female telling someone to "get out" and then a male screaming back at her. Police attended the

location and spoke to both parties who advised an assault had taken place after an argument. The male had also caused damage to a television inside the residence. 24 year old , Michael Edwards of Calgary, Alberta was charged with one count of assault under the Criminal Code and appeared in Swift Current Provincial Court on Monday June 10, 2019. Royal Canadian Gendarmerie royale

7:30 p.m. - report of a suspicious vehicle on the 500 block of 1st Avenue N.W. The vehicle, a silver Chrysler 300 was parked behind the caller's residence. A male exited the vehicle and knocked on the caller's door but she did not answer. The male then went into the caller's shed but nothing was taken. Police received a second call a short time later from the same caller advising the male had made contact with her and they had originally been at the wrong residence.

9:39 p.m. - request to conduct a well-being check on the caller's daughter who is currently staying with her father and the caller has been receiving text messages from the father that do not make sense and she is concerned for their child 's safety. Police reviewed the text messages and did not find them confusing or suspicious. Police attended the father's residence and confirmed the child was fine.

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