Creston RCMP briefs from Jan. 10

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  • Jan. 18, 2012 7:00 p.m.

Creston RCMP responded to 58 calls for service from Jan. 9-15, Const. Dan Cameron said on Monday.

January 10

•A female driver was uninjured when she rolled her Jeep into a ditch in icy road conditions on Highway 3A near Crawford Bay.

•Police were unable to locate a white sedan reported to be in the control of a possibly impaired driver.

•A customized, motorized bike with a Norco frame was reported stolen from an apartment during the same time frame as some of the bike owner’s friends had been drinking at his home.

•Graffiti was painted on the Crawford Bay Elementary-Secondary School. No suspects have been identified.

•A female in her 20s, carrying a flashlight, knocked on an Eighth Avenue South door at 4 a.m. asking for cash on Jan. 7. There have been several similar reports recently.

•An abandoned 911 call appears to have been dialed accidentally when the cellphone was jostled in a backpack at a local school.

•After police were called to a disturbance in the 1200 block of Northwest Boulevard, they learned one of two intoxicated males was refusing to leave the premises. He was arrested and held in police cells until morning, when he was transported to hospital with a medical complaint.

•An abandoned 911 call was made from a cellphone in possession of its owner’s son. No problems were identified.

•Police determined an elderly couple was okay when a well-being check was conducted.

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