During the week of Feb.24 to March 2, the Westman RCMP dealt with 45 police activities.
Feb. 24 - RCMP responded to a report of Fraud in Reston. An individual claimed that while trying to sell his house, someone else had been trying to sell it online without his knowledge at a different price. The investigation is continuing.
Feb. 26 - RCMP received a report of harassing communications out of Napinka. The investigation revealed that no harassing communications took place.
Feb. 28 - RCMP were called to keep the peace at a residence in Virden.
Feb. 28 - RCMP were called to Tundra Oil and Gas Place due to a hockey game getting rowdy. Police attended and did a walk through. Everything was fine.
Feb. 29 - RCMP responded to a disturbance in the RM of Pipestone. Upon attendance, police were able to calm the situation down and reach a resolution with the involved parties.
Mar. 1 - RCMP responded to a motor vehicle collision near Pipestone. No injuries were reported and weather is believed to have been a factor.
Mar. 1 - While patrolling downtown Virden on an unrelated matter, a very intoxicated male stumbled onto the street in front of police. He would not cooperate, and was in such a state that caring for himself was a concern. He was arrested and lodged in cells to sober up for his safety.
RCMP responded to five false alarms and were involved in 11 traffic enforcement actions during this reporting period.