The Carlyle Detachment of the RCMP responded to a total of 55 calls during the week of May 25 to May 31.
A report of a single vehicle MVC (Motor Vehicle Collision) began the calls for the 25th.
Members attended and found a vehicle on its roof in a ditch north of the town of Kisbey.
The driver, who was injured in the collision, was transported to hospital for care.
Charges are pending in the matter, as the vehicle was unregistered.
A report of a yellow Dodge truck weaving eastbound down Highway 13 was received.
Members were unable to patrol immediately, due to involvement with a DUI stop, and though patrols were done later, the vehicle was not located.
A 24-year-old male is facing alcohol-related driving charges following a report of an erratic driver leading police to his vehicle.
The complainant reported that a vehicle was seen weaving excessively, and that two children returning from school had to dive into a roadside ditch to avoid being hit.
Members patrolled and located the subject vehicle, and the driver, who failed roadside screening, was taken into cells overnight.
An alarm in the area drew members towards a residence.
En route, the alarm company contacted the detachment to cancel the call, as the alarm had been set off by a labourer working at the home.
The alarm is therefore listed as false.
Another false alarm was received from a business in Carlyle, which was also cancelled quickly by the alarm company.
The detachment provided assistance to the Probation Office by having a PO client report to the detachment to fulfill conditions.
A complaint was received of a white Dodge pick-up truck speeding down Coteau Ave. in Carlyle.
Members patrolled, but were unable to locate the suspect vehicle.
A call concerning a medical emergency proved to be the first call on May 26.
An individual contacted the detachment and spoke of a splitting headache that had been ongoing for more than five hours.
Members directed the caller to EMS services.
A complaint of a possible impaired driver drew members to the area.
The vehicle was not immediately located by patrols, but was located later when members responded to an unrelated matter.
Responding to a complaint from a resident of a home reporting two intoxicated individuals walking down the road, members located the subject vehicle from the aforementioned report, which was parked in the complainants yard.
As no one was in the vehicle, and the identity of the driver was not known, the case is considered closed.
A 27-year-old male was issued a fine for $200 for public intoxication following a report of an MVC.
The report detailed an adult male sprawled on the ground beside an ATV, apparently the victim of an accident.
Upon arrival, members found the supposed victim alive, awake, and unharmed, though insensible due to intoxication.
The subject was taken to cells overnight and issued the fine the following morning.
A call from OnStar started the day for members on the 27th.
OnStar contacted the detachment on behalf of a client who had had their vehicle stolen from the town of Arcola.
The vehicle had been left outside a business establishment unlocked and with the keys in the vehicle.
OnStar informed members that it appeared the vehicle was located in Moose Mountain Provincial Park, and gave members directions to its location.
OnStar maintained contact with the police throughout the incident, informing police when the vehicle moved, and in the end, applying measures to seize the subject vehicle’s engine to ensure it could flee no further.
When members arrived at the vehicle, two individuals were found inside, attempting to restart the engine.
A 23 year-old male and a 14 year-old male each face charges related to the event.
Members provided assistance to an individual on conditions following their eviction from a place of residence, and their relocation.
Conditions on the individual included remaining at their listed residence.
A report of a large pressure vessel afire in a field near Redvers was received.
The caller stated the blaze began due to a lightning strike.
Members did not attend, as the Redvers fire services, and representatives of the company owning the vessel were both already responding.
Members assisted an individual who was the recipient of an odd call.
The caller asked the individual if they knew anyone with the surname ‘Sammy,’ as they had an individual by that name at their hospital in Calgary who had overdosed.
Oddly to the complainant, the caller, while stating they were calling from a hospital, refused to provide any details or an further information.
The event is now under investigation, as the origin of the call proved not to be a hospital.
A complaint of an assault drew members to the area following a call from the victim in the event.
Attending members found the complainant to be essentially uninjured, and despite patrols, were unable to locate the subject of the complaint.
The caller later refused to press charges, so the matter is now considered closed.
Members were called to a residence in the community of Arcola to assist with an unwanted person.
By the time members had arrived, the individual had left the premises of their own volition.
A report of a theft of license plates was received in from the town of Arcola.
The plates, from the province of Alberta, were taken off of a truck parked in the town.
Members took the individual’s statement, and informed them to contact the Alberta Motor Vehicles Department.
A report was received of a residential fire near the town of Redvers.
Members attended, along with Redvers fire services, however the building burnt to the foundations.
There were no injuries, and the cause of the fire is suspected to be electrical.
Members filed a report of an MVC that had occurred some hours previous.
The driver, who was complaining of back pain, lost control of the vehicle and went over an embankment near a bridge.
A complaint of theft began calls for the detachment of May 29.
A John Deer 317 model riding lawn mower was reported stolen from a yard, and part of the mower had been left behind.
Evidence at the scene suggested a larger vehicle had been backed-up to the place where the mower sat, and the mower was then loaded.
The investigation into the matter continues.
A 911 call was received at the detachment, however it proved to be a misdial.
A call was received to remove an unwanted person from a residence in the area.
Members responded, and removed the 20 year-old female from the residence, closing the matter.
A call was received from a Conservation Officer requesting police assistance with a matter due to no Conservation Officers being on duty at the time.
The issue was a complaint from a business establishment within the provincial park requesting a greater level of police presence following damage being done to their establishment.
An individual attended the detachment looking to file charges of criminal harassment and uttering threats related to an ongoing series of text messages from an individual.
While members investigate the matter, the individual also requested a peace bond process be started, as the complainant was concerned about the well being of their family.
A call was received by members from a business in Carlyle complaining of an individual being verbally abuse to staff.
As members prepared to depart, the subject of the complaint walked into the front of the detachment, allowing members to speak with the individual there.
May 30 began for members with a 911 call reporting an assault.
The operator informed members that, while trying to confirm location, a scuffle was heard over the line, and the line then abruptly disconnected.
Members attended the location where the call originated from, and took a 40 year-old male into custody.
The complainant refused to press charges, so the matter is closed.
A 911 call was received by an individual who stated there was an emergency, then hung up the phone.
Members attended and found a young teen who was concerned that their residence had been burgled.
Following an investigation, the concern proved to be unfounded, and the matter is closed.
A complaint was received from a resident in Carlyle complaining of unattended dogs.
A report of theft has launched an investigation in the area, following a complaint detailing an individual raiding a retiree’s pension.
An assault led to an individual being transferred to hospital for care after the victim suffered two blows to the head with a blunt instrument.
Attending members found the victim conscious and bleeding profusely from the contusions caused by the impact of the instrument.
A baseball bat was seized at the scene, and charges are under consideration.
A 911 call was received requesting assistance with an unwanted person at a residence in the area.
Members attended and found the subject of the complaint already gone.
May 31 calls began with members performing a conditions check on an individual.
One of the conditional factors was for the individual not to consume alcohol, however members found the subject in a state of intoxication.
The 42 year-old male was taken into custody and was remanded to Estevan Courts the following Monday.
Members assisted EMS with a patient who had become combative.
Two false alarms were responded to from the same business in Kenosee Lake.
A report of an impaired driver in Carlyle drew members to patrol for the vehicle.
The vehicle was located, and the driver proved to be sober, though the passengers in the vehicle were not.
Members received a call reporting a blockage of the eastbound lane of Highway 48 after a truck hauling farm equipment broke down.
Members noted the blockage.