RCMP Report

Nov. 11 - 18, 2019

Nov 11 - RCMP were called to a report of a break and enter at a residence in Sioux Valley. The matter is under investigation.

Nov 11 - RCMP conducted two curfew checks on subjects who were on court-imposed curfew conditions. Neither subject was home as required by their conditions and as a result, warrants have been issued for their arrest. 

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Nov 12 - RCMP responded to a two vehicle collision on Highway 21 just south of Highway 259. The two vehicles collided head on, resulting in serious injuries to the occupants. A forensic collision re-constructionist was called to assist with the investigation, which is ongoing. 

Nov 13 - RCMP were called to a vehicle stopped at Highway 1 and Highway 21. The vehicle had broken down and an occupant of the vehicle was found to be intoxicated and failing to comply with conditions to abstain from alcohol. The subject was arrested and lodged until sober and charged for failing to comply with conditions.

Nov 14 - RCMP received a call of an assault on a school bus in Sioux Valley. A 10-year-old child was assaulted by a 12-year-old who was warned by police and the matter was referred to the school for follow up. 

Nov 14 - RCMP conducted a vehicle stop in Virden and the driver was found to be disqualified from driving. The driver was charged and the vehicle seized for 30 days.

Nov 14 - RCMP were called to a report of a single vehicle roll over in Sioux Valley. Upon arriving, RCMP determined that the driver was impaired by alcohol and was arrested. Breath tests were obtained and the subject was nearly three times the legal limit to drive and is now facing charges. 

Nov 18 - RCMP received a report that a vehicle had been vandalized while parked overnight on Nelson Street in Virden. If you have any information on this matter, please contact the Virden RCMP or Crimestoppers. 

RCMP continue to get a large number of reports of collisions involving wildlife in the Westman area.  Please drive with care and caution.


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