The following is the RCMP report to March 21, 2017. This reporting period, police responded to the following calls for service.
- 2 traffic collisions
- 12 traffic violations
- 6 provincial statute (Mental Health Act, Fire Prevention Act, Coroner's Act, 911 Act)
- 8 common police activities (alarms, suspicious persons/vehicles, assistance to general public)
- 4 crimes against property
- 1 crimes against persons
- 1 other criminal code
- 1 impaired driver
March 14, 2017
Police received a 911 call to report a dangerous driver on Highway 10 near Boissevain. Police attended and located the vehicle and initiated a traffic stop. The complainant and the vehicle driver both provided their stories to police and the driver apologized for any wrong doing.
March 15, 2017
Police received a report of a possible domestic situation near Dunrea. Police attended the location and no one was around. The matter was later deemed unfounded.
Police received a report of online issues in Killarney. It was determined that there was no threats and nothing criminal. Complainant was advised to block the subject on all social media.
Police received a report of a pickup truck in the ditch on highway 10. Fire Department contacted police to indicate that there was no one on scene. Fire Department flipped the vehicle over to ensure no one was trapped underneath. The male driver attended the scene and indicated that he was doing roughly 80 km/hr when his back tires started to kick out on him and he lost control of the vehicle. Road conditions were icy at the time of the accident.
March 16, 2017
Police received a report of a new scam involving the Royal Bank. A text message is sent to clients asking them to click on a link to avoid account suspension. THIS IS A SCAM. Please do not click on the link. If there is a problem with your account the bank will call you, not send a text message.
March 17, 2017
Police received a complaint of a male youth driving erratically on Oak Point Drive in Killarney. Complainant did not wish to provide a statement, but wanted police to speak with the youth. Patrols were made and the youth warned about the dangers of his driving.
Police received a report of disturbing the peace in Boissevain. The report stated a man and woman were arguing on the street. Patrols were made in the area but were unable to located any suspects.
Police received a call from Regina Police Service who reported a stolen Manitoba license plate was recovered on a stolen vehicle in Regina.
March 18, 2017
Police received a 911 call regarding an erratic driver. The caller was following a vehicle that was swerving onto the shoulder, going across the middle line into oncoming traffic. It was described as a dark Toyota pickup with one occupant. Police in the area and quickly located the truck. A traffic stop was initiated and the male showed signs of impairment. The male was arrested, read the breath demand and transported the Killarney Detachment and provided breath samples. The male was lodged and charged with impaired driving and released the following day on promise to appear in court. He provided samples over 3 1/2 times the legal limit.
Police received a complaint of a dog that was loose on Laurier Avenue in Killarney. The caller was concerned as the dog "snapped" at him and his dog walking by. Police attended and determined that the dog had "slipped" its chain. The dog was fairly cooperative with police who were able to secure the dog again.
March 19, 2017
While on a snowmobile patrol in Turtle Mountain Park, members initiated a stop on two oncoming sleds. The first sled failed to stop and fled from police at a high rate of speed. The second sled stopped and cooperated with police. Later members located the suspects vehicle and trailer. The male observed police and fled on his sled a second time at a high rate of speed. Emergency lights and siren were activated. The male eventually returned to his vehicle and was arrested for Flight From Police and released on a Appearance Notice. The male was sober and other charges are pending.
March 20, 2017
While traveling south on Highway 5, Cst. Goetz's keen eyes were on the road when he spotted a raccoon. He narrowly missed the little creature when another one came out of the darkness. With no where to go, Wayne's defensive driving was not enough to save the second raccoon. A small vigil was held roadside.
Police received a report of a break and enter to a garage in Ninette. Several items were stolen and the matter is under investigation.
March 21, 2017
Another report of the Canada Revenue Agency scam in Deloraine. Information was provided by the complainant. The Canadian Anti-Fraud centre was notified.
Police received a report of a lifted burgundy Dodge Ram 1500 with white decals on the back window, was driving on Broadway Avenue in Killarney at a higher rate of speed, while small children were in the area. The complainant did not see the licence plate of the vehicle, but advised that there were two occupants in the truck. A female with red hair, who gave an indecent hand gesture as they drove by and a male with blond hair. Patrols in the area were conducted.
If you have any information about these crimes or any other crimes, please contact the RCMP Office or Crimestoppers at 1-800-222-8477.
Police continue to remind residents to never provide personal information such as birth dates, SIN numbers, credit card numbers, or e-mail address to parties you do not know. If you feel that you have been contacted by a fraudulent source, please contact police or Phone Busters Fraud Center immediately for further instructions on what you can do. Phone Busters can be reached directly at 1-888-495-8501, however also report same to the local detachment.
Child Abuse Registry checks are NOT done through the RCMP. Please call 1-800-282-8069 for any information on the Child Abuse Registry. Criminal Record Checks and Vulnerable Sector Searches: Our goal is to complete these checks in a timely manner, however please plan ahead as they can take up to 3 weeks to complete. People are reminded they themselves can only request and pick up their own checks and are asked to bring two pieces of identification, one photo.
Please also remember that Criminal Checks and Vulnerable Sector Searches for volunteers must provide a letter from the organization stating their volunteer status or there will be a $10.00 fee.
Criminal Record Checks for employment are $10.00 each.
Police would like to remind the public that if anyone requires fingerprinting services, they must make an appointment at the Killarney RCMP detachment. Drop-ins cannot be accommodated.
We would like to advise that the business hours of operation at the Killarney Detachment are 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., Monday to Friday
NEW HOURS FOR THE BOISSEVAIN OFFICE: The Boissevain RCMP business hours are Monday to Thursday 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. No office staff on Fridays.
The Deloraine RCMP business hours are Monday, Wednesday and Friday 8:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. Tuesday and Thursday are 8:30 to 3:00 p.m.
The general public is encouraged to attend during those hours to ensure someone will be here. It is also recommended to call ahead, however, in the event of an emergency, call 911 or the emergency line.
RCMP WOULD LIKE TO REMIND THE PUBLIC THAT AFTER HOURS AND ON WEEKENDS TO USE THE POLICE EMERGENCY LINE FOR YOUR LOCAL OFFICE or 911. The administration line may not be checked until the following day or possibly the Monday following a weekend. Members may be in another community or on the road. DO NOT LEAVE A MESSAGE IF YOU REQUIRE IMMEDIATE POLICE ASSISTANCE, YOU MUST DIAL 204-523-7255 (Killarney), 204-534-7261 (Boissevain), 204-747-2575 (Deloraine) OR 911 TO HAVE A POLICE OFFICER RESPOND TO YOU REQUIRE IMMEDIATE POLICE ASSISTANCE, YOU MUST DIAL 204-523-7255 (Killarney), 204-534-7261 (Boissevain), 204-747-2575 (Deloraine) OR 911 TO HAVE A POLICE OFFICER RESPOND TO YOUR CALL.