Swift Current RCMP busy last weekend

The following is a synopsis of calls for service for the dates indicated: 

JULY 12 

4:36 PM - report of a possible impaired driver in a grey GMC Sierra on the 1700 block of Memorial Drive. Police made patrols & located the vehicle parked with no one inside or around it. 

5:03 PM - report of the caller's ex-girlfriend making false accusations to the police about him. Police spoke with both parties & confirmed there was no evidence of the harassment. 

6:58 PM - report of two suspicious males entering a business on the 700 block of 1st Avenue N.W. The caller stated they could of used a key to gain entry but she did not see one. Police attended & spoke to the males who were cleaning staff for the business. 

7:07 PM - report of an unwanted male at a location on the 600 block of 6th Avenue S.E. The caller believes the male may be intoxicated as he is being belligerent & keeps returning to the business after being escorted away. Police attended the location & arrested the male. 29 year old Peter Mccann has been charged with one count of disturbing the peace & one count of breaching his court ordered probation order under the Criminal Code & will be appearing in Swift Current Provincial Court on July 24th, 2019. 

9:05 PM - report of fraudulent purchases being made on the caller's stolen credit card at several stores in the Province including a business in Swift Current. This matter is still under investigation. 

9:27 PM - 911 hang up call from a location on the 2200 block of Woodrow Lloyd Place. Police were able to confirm with staff that there was no emergency taking place. 

10:12 PM - report of a suspicious male & female in the trees near a business on the 400 block of 4th Avenue N.E. The caller can see the two subjects going back &fourth to a shed in the trees. Police attended the location &found the pair camping in a tent on the property. They were advised by police they were trespassing & they needed to leave. 

10:18 PM - report of two suspicious males in two vehicles standing outside a business on the O block of North Service Road W. The caller stated he could see the males texting & believed there may be a drug transaction about to take place. Police attended the location & located one vehicle with one male occupant in it. The male advised he was waiting for a · male to trade vehicles with. The male was cooperative with police & left the location when asked to find somewhere else to exchange vehicles. 

10:48 PM - report of a white Jeep full of males yelling & swearing at the caller when she was walking on the 300 block of Central Avenue N. Police made patrols & stopped a white Jeep with four occupants in the vehicle who denied being the subject of the phone call. A verbal warning was given by police to the vehicle driver & occupants. 

JULY 13 

12:21 AM - report of a red truck towing a cream colored camper leaving a business on the 400 block of North Service Road E. without paying for their fuel. No plate number was able to be obtained by the caller. Police made patrols but were unable to locate any vehicles matching the description provided. This matter is still under investigation. 

1:44 AM - report of a possible impaired driver that wouldn't be expected to be driving until approximately 6 AM. The vehicle is a black Dodge truck with an Alberta plate on it. Officers made patrols during the time frame provided by the caller but were unsuccessful in locating the vehicle. 

2:00 AM - report of eight males sitting in a vehicle drinking at a park on 1st Avenue N.E. Police attended the location & all the males where instructed to dump their alcohol. No charges were laid in relation to the incident. 

2:21 AM - 911 call of a possible impaired driver in a grey Ford Fusion travelling north on 2nd Avenue S.E. The vehicle was seen by the caller travelling at excessive speeds & taking corners very sharply. Police made patrols of the area, located the vehicle & conducted a traffic stop. The driver of the vehicle was instructed to provide a breath sample which resulted in a three day driving suspension & vehicle impoundment. 

3:13 AM - report of a commercial alarm at a location on the 900 block of George Street E. Police attended the location & determined the alarm to be false after ensuring the building was secure. 

3:44 AM - report of a suspicious male on the caller's steps on the 100 block of 6th Avenue N.E. & can be heard making moaning sounds. Police attended the location & found the male passed out on the steps to the caller's residence. The male was arrested by police & held in police custody until he could be released once sober. 

4:36 AM - report of a commercial alarm at a location on the 900 block of George Street E. Police did not attend as they had already confirmed the alarm to be false & there was an issue with the alarm system itself. 

8:45 AM - report of an erratic female driver in a blue Chevrolet Cruze on the #4 Highway coming into the city of Swift Current. Police conducted patrols & were able to locate the vehicle & conduct a traffic stop. The female driver appeared to be distracted & had her cellphone on her lap during the stop. The female was given a verbal warning by police about using a cellphone while operating a motor vehicle & the dangers of distracted driving. 

8:58 AM - report of damage to the siding of the caller's home. It is unknown what caused the damage & there are no witnesses or suspects at this time. 

9:45 AM - report of a hawk with a broken wing on the #4 Highway causing traffic issues. Police contacted SERM who gave direction on what to do with the bird. Police made patrols of the area but were unable to locate the bird. 

10:01 AM - report of a commercial alarm at a business located on the 400 block of North Service Road W . Police attended the location & determined the alarm to be false after ensuring the building was secure. 

10:15 AM - report of children playing in the caller's blue Ford Contour & bumping the gear shift into neutral causing it to roll into their neighbour's black Acura MDX causing damage to it. No one was charged as a result of the collision & no charges were laid in relation to the incident. 

1:14 PM - report of a white car swerving & driving fast travelling south on Central Avenue N. Officers made patrols but were unable to locate the vehicle. 

3:22 PM - report of a dog inside a black Chevrolet Blazer parked on the 1100 block of 6th Avenue N.E. The windows are only cracked & the vehicle is not running. Police attended the area & located the vehicle & vehicle driver who was given a verbal warning about leaving animals inside vehicles on hot days. While on location officers noticed the driver's side mirror was hanging off the vehicle & the driver was given a written inspection ticket to have the mirror replaced or repaired . 

7:57 PM - report of two females & a male suspected of selling drugs from a residence in Swift Current. The caller also believed one of the females is using drugs while pregnant. Officers attended the residence & spoke to the female who advised she's been having problems with her ex-boyfriend & she believes that was why the complaint was made against her. There was no evidence to support any drug trafficking or use taking place at the residence. 

9:57 PM - report of a male on a BMX bicycle that attends the caller's back alley frequently & believes he may be selling drugs as he will be on his phone a lot & vehicles will come & go from the area. The caller was unable to provide a detailed 

description of the male. Police later made patrols of the area but did not locate anything suspicious or any males on bicycles. 

10:01 PM - report of a large white van with a male driver & female passenger travelling up & down the alley of the 200 block of Central Avenue N. yelling obscenities & homophobic slurs at the performers of an event taking place. No plate number was able to obtained by the caller. Officers made patrols but were unable to locate any vehicles matching the description provided & no other calls were received. 

10:30 PM - report of a family dispute. An argument between a mother & daughter had turned into a physical altercation. Police attended the residence & spoke to both parties who both declined wanting any charges laid. The daughter had packed her belongings & was going to stay elsewhere for the night to prevent any further issues. 

10:58 PM - report of the caller's neighbours having a bon fire & there are lots of people & noise. Police attended the residence & spoke to the property owner who was throwing a birthday party with friends & children present. The property owners were asked to keep the noise down to prevent further noise complaints from neighbours. 

JULY 14 

12:56 AM - report of a black Lincoln Continental doing burnouts in the parking lot of a location on the 1700 block of South Railway Street E. Officers made patrols of the area but were unable to locate the vehicle. 

2:14 AM - 911 hang up call. Upon call back a female answered & said "please go" & then disconnected the call. Upon a second call back it went straight to voicemail. Police were able to locate the female at her residence who advised there had been a male hitting on her when she left a local bar that wouldn't leave her alone. She stated he was trying to get her to come into his residence & was trying to get the female to kiss him. Once the female had dialled 911 the male stopped & she walked home. The female confirmed that no violence, threats or unwanted sexual touching had occurred. 

3:10 AM - report of a suicidal male. Police located the male at his residence who advised he had gotten into an arugument with friends & was upset but was not suicidal. 

11:54 AM - request from a female wanting information on what to do about her ex-boyfriend calling her. The female was instructed to make it clear to the male that she does not want to speak to him unless it is in regards to their shared child & attend to speak to a lawyer about getting a custody order in place. She was also advised that if after she had done this & he is still contacting her to come make a report to police. 

6:10 PM - report of the caller's ex-boyfriend stalking her & she would like him spoken to by police. Police contacted the male & gave him a verbal warning about harassment & to cease communication with the female . No charges were laid & no other calls were received in relation to this incident. 

7:19 PM - report of an alarm at a business on the 1100 block of Central Avenue N. Officers attended the location & determined the alarm to be false. A door to the business hadn't been shut properly. 

7:57 PM - report of four males consuming alcohol at a location along the creek. The males have been there most of the day & have been yelling & swearing & the caller is concerned they may drive as they all arrived at the location in one vehicle. Officers attended the location & found five males near the creek. All the males were given verbal warnings about drinking alcohol in a public place, cleaned up their belongings & left the location. 

9:05 PM - report of an intoxicated male getting into an argument with his parents & then stating he needed to "take care of something" & grabbed a large knife before leaving the residence. Police attended the residence & arrested the male after family was able to convince him to return home. This matter is still under investigation. 

9:48 PM - report of a domestic dispute. The caller can hear a male & female screaming at each other & it sounds like items are being thrown around the home. Officers attended the residence & spoke to the couple who had been arguing about relationship issues. Police confirmed nothing criminal had taken place & they were given a verbal warning about the noise. 

10:53 PM - 911 call of an attempted break & enter to a residence on the 400 block of 6th Avenue S.E. The caller stated there was an unknown female trying to get into the residence. Police attended the residence & located a heavily intoxicated female who believed she was at her own residence . The female was swearing & very uncooperative with police. The female was arrested & held in police custody until she could be released once sober. No criminal charges were laid in relation to the incident. 

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