During the week of July 8 to July 15, 2019 the Westman RCMP dealt with 72 police activities.
July 9 - RCMP responded to a report of an intoxicated individual who was not able to care for themselves in Virden. The individual was located and taken to a family member who agreed to look after them.
July 10 - RCMP attempted to conduct a traffic stop with a subject who was known to be driving without a valid driver's licence. The subject failed to stop for police and drove away. The subject was followed up with at a later date and is now facing charges of Flight from Police and driving without a driver's licence.
July 10 - RCMP received a call of a stolen vehicle in Elkhorn.
July 12 - RCMP received a call of a break and enter in the Oak Lake area. A shop on a rural farm had been broken into during the early morning hours.
July 12 - RCMP responded to a report of a break and enter in Virden. Police attended and located a subject and it was determined that it was not in fact a break and enter and the subject had permission to be at the residence.
July 13 - RCMP responded to a complaint of an assault at a licensed establishment in Virden. The complainant declined to proceed with an investigation.
July 13 - RCMP conducted a vehicle stop on Highway 83 outside of Virden. The subject provided a sample of his breath which resulted in a 72-hour roadside driver's suspension.
July 15 - RCMP responded to a complaint of vandalism on Sioux Valley Dakota Nation. A building had the glass doors broken.
July 15 - RCMP received a report of a vehicle that was vandalized on Queen Street East in Virden.
July 15 - RCMP received a report that a vehicle was stolen from Kola.
During the week, RCMP also responded to two reports of vehicles being involved in collisions with wildlife.