Creston RCMP briefs from Feb. 7

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  • Feb. 15, 2012 6:00 p.m.

Creston RCMP responded to 53 calls for service from Feb. 6-12, Staff Sgt. Bob Gollan said on Feb. 13.

February 7

•A warning letter has been sent to the registered owner of a vehicle that passed a school bus displaying flashing lights on Northwest Boulevard.

•A person reported to be driving without insurance or a valid driver’s licence on Highway 3 could not be located by police patrols.

•A pedestrian walking a dog on Eighth Avenue South got into an argument with a driver whom he accused of speeding and endangering him and his pet. Police were called and received different versions of the incident from each of the human participants. No further action was taken.

•Three youths were reported to be loitering behind Pioneer Villa on Ash Street. Police found one to be in possession of a small amount of marijuana, which was seized. The Ministry of Children and Family Development has been notified about the children.

•When the RCMP got a call about two brothers on 33rd Avenue North arguing about the use of a Kangaroo (a lift used in pruning orchards), they hopped right over and mediated the issue to a resolution.

•A female who was reported missing on Highway 3 was later located and found to be OK.

•An intoxicated male on Centre Road was arrested and held in police cells until sober.

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