The Creston RCMP detachment is located on 16th Avenue South.

Creston RCMP week includes re-arrest of Jason Neil Beaudry

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  • Jun. 6, 2013 11:00 a.m.

Creston RCMP responded to 64 calls for service from May 27-June 2, Staff Sgt. Bob Gollan said on Monday.

May 27

Jason Neil Beaudry is back in jail with a three-month sentence for breaching probation conditions after he was arrested at a Highway 21 residence for being intoxicated. Gollan said the last time Beaudry breached his conditions, he was given a nine-month sentence.

•A Ninth Avenue South homeowner agreed to reduce the noise level at a house party.

•Following a complaint about a minor assault on Ninth Avenue South, a 61-year-old male was arrested and held in cells overnight. No charges were laid.

•Police were unable to locate a vehicle that passed others on a double solid line on Highway 3.

•Jewelry last seen by the owner in 2012 was reported missing from an 18th Avenue South residence.

•A complaint about elder abuse on Arrow Creek Road was referred to the appropriate provincial agencies to investigate.

•A Dugan Street resident complained about being threatened.

•A Helen Street resident complained about receiving unwanted text messages.

•Patrolling police stopped a vehicle for speeding on Packing Shed Road and the driver was issued tickets for speeding, driving without insurance and not displaying an “N” on the vehicle.

•An intoxicated male on Birch Avenue in Kitchener was arrested and held in cells until sober.

•Police continue to investigate an assault complaint from Seventh Avenue North.

•An intoxicated male was arrested on 11th Avenue South and held in police cells until sober. He left with a ticket for being drunk in public.

•A warrant has been issued for the arrest of Silas Abraham for breaching conditions.

May 28

•A male reported to be breaching an undertaking on Highway 3A was warned.

•Police assisted in the delivery of a no-trespass order at Summit Creek.

•A Cook Street resident complained about being threatened by someone in Ontario.

•Don’t get the munchies when you’ve got the drunkies. An intoxicated male driver was stopped in a Canyon Street drive-through and issued a 90-day driving prohibition. His vehicle was impounded for 30 days.

May 29

•The driver of a semi reported to have failed to check his brakes near Kootenay Pass and passed a vehicle on a double solid line was located and issued a warning.

•A elderly female driver was warned for driving too slow on Canyon Street.

•A house on Scott Street was egged for the third time in recent weeks. Gollan points out that if caught, the egg tosser could be charged with mischief. “It would be kind of ridiculous to end up with a criminal record for such childish behavior,” he said.

•A habitual speeder on Erickson Road was reported to police, who will be stepping up patrols.

•Creston RCMP assisted Nelson City Police by issuing a subpoena on Highway 3A.

•A 911 call from an Erickson Road residence was attributed to a child playing with the phone.

•A 92-year-old female died suddenly of natural causes in her 22nd Avenue South home.

May 30

•A wallet was found on Highway 3A near Boswell.

•A driver who waved at a passerby on Elm Street took offence when a middle finger was waved in response.

•A Hillside Street resident reported a vehicle theft, then called back later explaining he had forgotten where he had parked his vehicle.

•Participants in a consensual fight on Canyon Street could have left quietly when police arrived. Instead, a 45-year-old sped off in his car, nearly hitting some pedestrians. He was issued tickets for driving without due care and attention and failing to follow police directions.

May 31

•A security camera was stolen from the outside of a Canyon Street business.

•Youths doing bike stunts on benches at a 16th Avenue North business were the subject of a complaint.

•Police continue to investigate a report of theft under $5,000 at a Canyon Street business.

See RCMP, page 5

From page 4

•A semi from Alberta knocked over a street sign while making a turn onto Canyon Street.

June 1

•A driver complained about being cut off by a speeding black Ford pickup on Lower Wynndel Road.

•An intoxicated 16th Avenue South resident was warned after getting into an argument with a neighbor. A short time later, police were back on the scene when he started berating another neighbor.

•Quick response from the Canyon-Lister Fire Department helped save a motorhome from going up in flames when a tarp covering it caught fire from a nearby fire pit.

June 2

•A 1998 Subaru Legacy was reported stolen from 12th Avenue North.

•A male was arrested following a domestic dispute on Sunset Boulevard.

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