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RCMP Report - August 7, 2015

Staff Sergeant Steve Sumner reported 62 total calls for duty between the dates of July 28 and August 3. Twenty-eight of these fi les were under the Highway Traffic Act. Four were false alarms to businesses and residences.

Staff Sergeant Steve Sumner reported 62 total calls for duty between the dates of July 28 and August 3. Twenty-eight of these fi les were under the Highway Traffic Act. Four were false alarms to businesses and residences.
July 28

  • Police received a call of a residential alarm. The members were called off before attending the scene.
  • Police received a call of a business alarm. The alarm was canceled prior to arrival.
  • Police received a complaint of a gas and dash at a business in Virden.

July 29

  • Police received a call to an alarm at a business in Virden. The alarm was cancelled prior to arrival by police.
  • Police received a complaint of a domestic assault. The investigation is still ongoing and charges are pending.
  • Police received a complaint of a stolen parking pass, no suspects or witnesses.
  • Complaint received of a person failing to comply to their conditions of their undertaking. Investigation is still ongoing.
  • Police got a call of a suspicious vehicle on a road in the RM of Wallace-Woodworth. Vehicle was towed as it was posing a safety hazard.

July 30

  • While conducting a curfew check of someone who had conditions of an undertaking, police found the subject was not in their residence. Investigation is still ongoing.
  • Police received a report of a female threatening to harm herself. The subject was arrested and taken to the hospital for evaluation.

July 31

  • Police attempted to pull over a motor cyclist who was traveling 130 km/h in a 100 km/h zone. Upon turning the police cruiser around to pull over the motorcyclist, the suspect sped off at speeds upward to 170 km/h. Police could not pursue because of the danger involved in such a high speed chase.
  • Police located a vehicle in the ditch, the vehicle was towed. Later the registered owned called to complain that his vehicle had been stolen.
  • Police received a report of a gas and dash to a business in Elkhorn.
  • Police received a 911 call of a man in the ditch off of Highway #1. The Police located the man and he was fi ne, just waiting for a ride.
  • Police received a report of a person missing for 18 hours after drinking at a local business. Subject was later found okay.
  • Police received a call of a man being assaulted by his employer. The investigation is still ongoing.
  • Complaint of a missing youth in the Oak Lake Beach area. Police located the missing youth a short time later.

August 1

  • Police stopped a vehicle in Virden where they found the driver to have a disqualified license, and was charged with driving while suspended.
  • Police stopped a vehicle going 166 km/h and found the driver had outstanding warrants out of Winnipeg. She was arrested and will appear in court.
  • Police received a call of a gas and dash at a business in Virden. Surveillance footage showed the vehicle but the investigation is still ongoing.
  • Police responded to an alarm at a business in Virden. The alarm was canceled prior to their arrival.
  • Police responded to a complaint of a vehicle driving all over the road. They made patrols but were unable to locate the vehicle.

August 2

  • Police received a call of farm equipment blocking a bridge in the RM of Wallace-WoodWorth.