Creston RCMP catch youths who broke windows at former seniors’ home

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  • Apr. 22, 2015 5:00 p.m.

Creston RCMP responded to 62 calls for service from April 13-19, Cpl. Gerry Sliworsky said on Monday.

April 13

•Four youths were caught after they broke windows in Pioneer Villa and then damaged some interior walls. Their parents have become involved and the youngsters will go through an alternative justice process.

•Police have had three calls regarding a neighbourhood dispute on Corey Road on Wynndel, where neighbours have been rolling old tires on to each other’s property.

•An 11th Avenue resident reported suspicions about a young male and female who knocked on the door and asked for food. The complainant was concerned the young couple might have been casing the house for a possible break and entry.

•A Norco bike was found on Hillside Street.

•A 1991 Chevrolet pickup was impounded pending a court hearing after the owner was found to be driving while prohibited on Hillside Street.

•Damage was reported to be minor after a chimney caught fire in Kitchener.

April 14

•Minor damage resulted from a collision on Elsie Holmes Road in Wynndel.

•A vehicle abandoned near the hospital was towed.

•Police are investigating an assault on Cavell Street by a female on her mother.

•Broken windows were reported at an unoccupied residence on 15th Avenue North.

•A female youth who ran away to Vancouver was located by police.

•A female driver who was spotted by patrolling officers was stopped on Cook Street and found to be impaired. She was issued a 90-day driving prohibition and her vehicle was impounded for 30 days.

•A dispute on Erickson Road about a drug debt resulted in a call to police but neither party is co-operating with the investigation.

April 15

•A Camaro reported to be speeding near Yahk was located by Cranbrook police and the driver was issued violation tickets.

•Police assisted in transporting a female who was having an asthma attack on 10th Avenue North to the hospital.

April 16

•A vehicle reported to be abandoned in Erickson on private property was found to be unlicensed and unregistered. It was towed.

•Police were called about a male’s attempt to sell a Boler trailer that did not belong to him. The issue was resolved.

•Police are investigating a neighbours’ dispute in Wynndel that involved threats and yelling.

•A complaint about vehicles speeding on Highway 3 in Erickson was received.

April 17

•A vehicle on Vancouver Street in which dogs were left was gone when police arrived.

•A complaint about speeding vehicles near the weigh scales in Yahk was received.

•A suspect has been identified in a case in which a vehicle was damaged on Canyon Street and the investigation continues.

April 18

•RCMP are investigating a report by a local resident who says he is listed as a co-signer on a vehicle loan without his permission.

•Shots were reported fired in the Wynndel area.

•A deer had to be destroyed after it collided with a vehicle near Arrow Creek Bridge.

April 19

•When police located a vehicle in Erickson that was reportedly driven by an impaired driver, they determined the vehicle had not been moved recently.

•Police transported an elderly female in medical distress from her Northwest Boulevard residence to the hospital.

•A male reported being assaulted on Erickson Road but is not co-operating in laying charges.

•Youths reported to be riding unlicensed dirt bikes on Campbell Avenue in Riondel were not located.