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

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

Barking dog, thefts reported to Creston RCMP

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  • Nov. 19, 2013 6:00 a.m.

Creston RCMP responded to 56 calls from Nov. 11-17, Chris Harland said on Monday.

November 11

•A hunter was reported missing in the Corn Creek area. He walked out with five unofficial searchers the following morning, uninjured.

•Police were called about a dog barking on Hilts Street in Yahk in an ongoing dispute between neighbours.

November 12

•Nothing was reported missing after a locked vehicle was broken into in the 1000 block of Cook Street.

•Both neighbours in an ongoing dispute on Clement Road in Kitchener were warned about their behaviour.

•The owner of an unlocked, unattended vehicle in which police found an unsecured rifle was warned.

•A female on Erickson Road reported to police to be suffering from dementia was interviewed and appeared to be OK.

•A blue Ford Ranger reported to be driving at high speeds on 20th Street in Lister was not located.

•Police did not locate a vehicle reported to have been tailgating and driving without lights.

November 13

•Locks were cut at the Riondel boat docks and thieves made off with jerry cans.

•A female resident in Lister reported coming across two males, one big and one small, with covered faces in her home. They fled when confronted and were not located.

•Police are investigating a complaint from Lister that a male was assaulted by two males who were attempting to collect a debt.

•Creston police served subpoenas on behalf of Cranbrook RCMP.

•A female driver reported her vehicle was rear-ended by a male driver when she stopped at a crosswalk in the 1500 block of Cook Street.

•A vehicle was undrivable after a collision with a deer on Highway 21. No injuries to humans were reported.

•Sheds were broken into at the Riondel golf course and a leaf blower valued at $500 was stolen.

•A Ford 150 was undrivable after colliding with a deer near Yahk. The driver was not injured.

November 14

•The owner of a Blade mountain bike found near Ash Street and 25th Avenue can claim the bike at the police station.

•Police were unable to immediately locate a trio of spray-painting vandals near Canyon Street and 15th Avenue North. A short time later, a female and two males were reported to be on the roof of the Legion with beer. They were checked and had no spray paint or break-in tools, and were given a verbal warning.

November 15

•A number of items, including a wallet, passport and keys were stolen during the night from an unlocked vehicle in the 100 block of Fifth Avenue North.

•Three horses were reported running loose on a Zapp Road property in Canyon.

•Eight solar fencepost lights were stolen from a Canyon Street yard.

•A Prince Charles Secondary School student reported seeing four suspicious, oddly dressed males in the area, all in different locations.

•Garbage was dumped on a property in the 1100 block of 16th Avenue North.

•Females on both sides of an ongoing dispute reported each other for harassment and minor assault on Canyon Street.

•A driver reported his vehicle was hit by a maroon four-door sedan on Canyon Street at 10th Avenue South. The offending driver then fled the scene.

•A female was arrested on an outstanding warrant at Rykerts, then released with a promise to appear in court.

November 16

•Police were unable to locate a driver who ran a stop sign and gave the finger to a female driver as he drove away from the intersection of Murdoch Street and Northwest Boulevard.

•The owner of an iPod Touch found downtown has not been identified as two females claim it is theirs.

•A mother requested police help located her 15-year-old son, which they did.

November 17

•Alcohol was stolen after thieves kicked in a door on Riondel Road. The investigation continues.

•An 85-year-old male died suddenly in his Erickson Road home. Circumstances are not considered suspicious.