RCMP investigates livestock shooting in Wallace-Woodworth

RCMP Report

Jan. 27 - RCMP conducted a traffic stop in Virden and charged a 29-year-old with driving an unregistered vehicle.

Jan. 27 - RCMP received a call of a cow being shot in the RM of Wallace-Woodworth. The RCMP are asking the public to report any suspicious activity and if anyone has any information relating to this matter to contact the RCMP or Crime Stoppers.

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Jan. 28 - RCMP were dispatched to a 911 call of a driver who had got stuck in a field in the RM of Pipestone. Police attended to provide assistance and found the driver had been consuming liquor. The driver provided a "warning" breath sample and received a 72-hour roadside suspension and the vehicle was towed.

Jan. 30 - RCMP received a call that a male was not abiding by his release conditions. An investigation into the matter was conducted, he was arrested and is facing further charges.

Jan. 30 - RCMP received a call of a suspicious vehicle in the rural area of RM of Two Borders. Officers were nearby when the call was received and conducted immediate patrols, but could not locate the vehicle. Further patrols were made the following evenings.

Jan. 30 - RCMP received a call of a semi-tractor on fire on Highway 83. The fire was extinguished.  Mechanical issues are suspected to be the cause of the fire.

Jan. 31 - RCMP responded to a call of a suspicious vehicle in the RM of Wallace-Woodworth.  Extensive patrols were made in the area, but the vehicle was not located.

Feb. 2 - RCMP received a call of a stolen electric fencer in the RM of Sifton. The matter is still under investigation.

Feb. 3 - RCMP stopped a vehicle in Virden and charged a 22-year-old with driving without insurance.

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