Broken curfew, injured moose - RCMP on the beat

RCMP Report

This past week, Westman RCMP responded to a number of calls including:

Nov. 11 - Sioux Valley for a family dispute. Police separated all involved parties for the night and assisted one of the individuals to find a different place to stay for the evening.

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Nov. 11 - a report of an injured moose on Highway 1 near Oak Lake. The officer determined the Moose was suffering and euthanized the animal.

Nov. 12 - Sioux Valley for a report of a stolen truck. The truck was located the following morning by the complainant with extensive damage.

Nov. 14 - Sioux Valley for a report of an unknown male pointing a firearm at a person in front of a residence. Subsequent to investigation, it was determined the complainant was mistaken and that there was no firearm involved.

Nov. 15 - RCMP observed a vehicle swerving on Highway 83 in the RM of Pipestone. A traffic stop was initiated. Subsequent to investigation, the 39-year-old male driver was arrested for impaired driving. He provided breath samples of 230 mg/100 ml, and 250 mg/100 ml. His vehicle was impounded, his driver's licence suspended and he was released on a future Court date.  

Nov. 15 - RCMP conducted a curfew check at a residence in Virden. The individual had been released by a Court Order with the Condition that he be at his residence after 10 p.m. Subsequent to investigation, it was determined the individual was not home and in breach of his curfew. A 20-year-old male was arrested for failing to comply with the release order, and released on a future Court date.

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