Creston RCMP responded to 83 calls for service from June 18-24, Cpl. Charlotte Joa said on Monday.
•An intoxicated female on Elm Street complained that an intoxicated male refused to leave her residence. Police arrested him for breach of peace and held him in cells until sober.
•In an ongoing neighbours’ dispute on 32nd Avenue South, residents complained that a neighbor had parked an RV next to their house, then made a threat when he was asked to move it. The RV had been moved when police arrived.
•A neighbor reported to police that an unknown person was loading items from a Haskins Road East residence onto a trailer while the owners were away. The male and trailer was gone when police arrived.
•A report that a dump truck spilled oil onto Highway 3A near Gray Creek Bridge was referred to conservation officers and the Ministry of Transportation.
•Police were unable to locate a Volkswagen Passat that was reported to be in the control of an uninsured driver on Helen Street.
•No suspects have been identified after a vehicle’s windshield was smashed in a parking lot 1500 block of Cook Street.
•An intoxicated male who attempted to crash a party on Mallory Place was gone when police arrived.
•When police contacted the owner of a Pontiac Montana reportedly abandoned on Elm Street, they learned that he wasn’t aware it was missing from his Fernie home.
•Minor damage was sustained by a vehicle that collided with a deer on Highway 21 South near Goat River Bridge.
•A wallet lost by its owner during the winter on Bayonne Creek Forest Service Road was found and has been returned.
•A complaint of a female shoplifter at a 10th Avenue North business is being investigated.
•When police were asked to locate a female from Alberta who was staying at a Riverview Road address they found her to be OK, but are now investigating an assault as a result of the visit.
•Police were unable to locate the source of shots reportedly fired near Crusher Road.
•Increased police patrols will be made after a report from Evans Road about excessive speeders and drivers running stop signs.
•Two motorcycle drivers were injured on Highway 3 near the Yahk provincial campground exit when one swerved to avoid a deer and the other collided with his biking partner. They were both thrown from their bikes and required hospital treatment in Cranbrook.
•A vehicle was keyed on Sixth Avenue North.
•Police are investigating a report that shots were fired in the Erickson Road area.
•No injuries were reported after a minor collision in the 3700 block of Highway 3 in Erickson.