During the week of September 16 to 23, 2019 the Westman RCMP dealt with 55 police activities.
Sept. 16 - RCMP were called to Sioux Valley for a report of a structure fire. It was deemed non-suspicious and the fire department was able to extinguish it.
Sept. 17 - RCMP were called to Sioux Valley for a report of a vehicle theft. The vehicle was located and the owner declined any further actions taken by police in the matter.
Sept. 18 - RCMP were advised of a theft of vehicle from a residence in Virden. The vehicle was later located by Brandon Police. A 26-year-old female is facing charges of Possession of Property Obtained by Crime.
On the same day, RCMP were called to a vehicle vs. moose collision on Highway 1 near Highway 83. The moose did not make it, and there were no injuries to the driver of the vehicle.
Sept. 20 - RCMP were called to a vehicle collision at Highway 1 and Highway 21, between a tractor trailer unit and passenger vehicle. The driver of the passenger vehicle was taken to hospital with serious injuries while there were no injuries to the semi driver. The investigation is continuing with the assistance of a Forensic Collision Reconstructionist.
Also on the 20th, RCMP were advised of a theft of diesel fuel from a vehicle parked in a yard in the RM of Two Borders. 150 gallons of fuel and tools were stolen from the vehicle. The investigation continues.
Sept. 22 - RCMP were called to a domestic assault in Sioux Valley. As a result of the investigation a 31-year-old male is facing charges of assault.
Sept. 23 - RCMP were called to a report of a male trying to enter vehicles on Lacrosse Street West. He was not located. RCMP would like to remind the public to lock their vehicles and remove valuables from plain view, in order to deter such actions.