Creston RCMP briefs from March 5 and 6

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  • Mar. 14, 2012 11:00 a.m.

Creston RCMP responded to 57 calls for service from March 5-11, Staff Sgt. Bob Gollan said on March 12.

March 5

•Police served a summons for a traffic violation to an 11th Avenue resident on behalf of Nelson police.

March 6

•When police responded to a complaint that ATVs were being driven on Elm Street, they located the vehicles, but the drivers fled and could not be found.

•A person walking a dog on Campbell Avenue in Wynndel reported that the pet was attacked and killed by another dog that was running at large.

•Footprints and cigarette butts were evidence that an unknown person had been at the back door of an 11th Avenue South residence, but no sign of a break and entry or theft could be found.

•Police responded to an intruder alarm at a Vancouver Street residence, where they found that a caretaker had forgotten the alarm code.

•A report was received about an unidentified male who was seen the previous day urinating on a lamppost on Canyon Street.

•When a female driver of a Mercedes drove through the Rykerts border crossing without stopping to pay fees for a parcel she had picked up, police were able to locate her. She was accompanied back to the border, where she was fined by Canada Customs officials.

•A vehicle that got stuck in the snow near Gray Creek telephoned police for help and a tow truck was dispatched to the scene.

 

 

 

 

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