Creston RCMP receive accidental 911 calls from Riley Road

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  • Apr. 4, 2012 3:00 p.m.

Creston RCMP responded to 78 calls for service from March 26-April 1, said Staff Sgt. Bob Gollan on Monday. (The first part of this week’s police report can be found here.)

March 29

•A parenting issue between a mother and son on Highway 3 was referred to community programs.

•A vehicle reported abandoned on 25th Avenue South belonged to someone staying with friends.

•A 911 call was accidentally made from a credit card terminal at a Canyon Street business.

•Eighteen Canada Post mailboxes on 28th Street were damaged, requiring $540 in labour to make repairs. The issue has been going on for several weeks.

•A 911 call was apparently made from the junction of highways 3 and 21.

•A single vehicle eastbound on Highway 3 ended up in the opposite lane’s ditch. There were no injuries, but the vehicle was damaged.

•A parenting issue between a mother and her adult son on Third Avenue South was referred to community services.

•A suspicious vehicle was reported to be in a Helen Street parking lot.

March 30

•A rear licence plate was lost from a diesel truck on Goat River Road.

•Juvenile females used lipstick to paint the boys’ washroom for an early April Fool’s joke at a Canyon school. The incident will be handled by the school.

•The police were called when a Beam Road Meals on Wheels customer had not picked up a previous meal from his doorstep. They investigated to find that 88-year-old William Brunton had died from natural causes.

•A licence plate decal was reported missing from a vehicle on Canyon Street.

•RCMP checked out a possibly counterfeit $10 bill at a Northwest Boulevard business, and found that it was valid.

•A 911 call came through a cellphone tower on Riley Road, and RCMP found the original owner via the number. The number had been given up in November.

•A vehicle and deer collided on Kitchener Road, and although patrols loated the deer, the vehicle was gone.

•An issue of child custody on Ellis Road was, referred to the Ministry of Children and Family Serivces.

March 31

•A mother called the police because her daughter was refusing to leave a 33rd Avenue party. When police arrived, she had already left.

•Calls to 911 with no subscriber information came through cellphone towers on Riley Road and Regina Street. The Riley Road calls came in on and off all day.

•Conservations officers attended the report of an injured deer on Highway 3.

•A vehicle hit a deer on Highway 3, resulting in damage to the vehicle’s rear side window.

•A property representative attended when police responded to a false alarm on 19th Avenue North.

•The alarm at a church on 10th Avenue North went off when the property owner entered the wrong code.

•A greenhouse was broken into on Northwest Boulevard, and a model 34 Stihl chainsaw was stolen.

•No injuries resulted when a vehicle rolled over on Crawford Creek Road after the driver lost control.

•Before police were able to make a well-being check on Wiebe Road in Wynndel, the person making the request called to say they had gotten a hold of the person.

•After a consensual fight on Sixth Avenue North between two males, 22 and 27, smelling of liquor and marijuana, they were taken to the hospital. One was released to police custody and the other was kept for observation.

April 1

•A suspicious vehicle in a Corey Road driveway turned out to be a neighbour having problems with a vehicle.

•Trail cameras were reported stolen from Muzzy Road.

•Video footage recorded two males prying the lock off a container at a 20th Avenue South gas station, and then stealing four bottles of motor oil.

•Very minor damage occurred when one vehicle backed into another on Devon Street.

•An allegation of a 16th Avenue South subject breaching release conditions was unfounded, when RCMP found the subject had no such conditions.

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