MVAs top the weekly list of calls for Creston RCMP

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  • Nov. 24, 2015 6:00 p.m.

Creston RCMP responded to 67 calls for service from Nov. 16-22, Cpl. Monty Taylor said on Monday.

November 16

•Police were called to a domestic disturbance on 24th Avenue North.

•An uninsured vehicle that appears to have been abandoned on Samuelson Road was towed.

•Officers assisted Saanich police by collecting a DNA sample from a local resident.

•Police were on hand to keep the peace while a female collected belongings from a 24th Avenue North residence.

•An 11th Avenue North resident complained about being harassed by his ex-wife.

•A landlord-tenant dispute was reported on Crystal Road in Kitchener.

•A vehicle partially blocking Highway 3A in the 2700 block was towed.

•A vehicle went off Highway 3 near Kootenay Pass and into the ditch. No injuries were reported.

November 17

•When police checked on a possibly suicidal male they determined he was OK.

•An Erickson Road resident reported that his garage door had been opened in the night but there was no evidence of an entry.

•A vehicle went off Lakeview-Arrow Creek Road at Highway 3A in icy road conditions.

•Another vehicle hit a stop sign nearby.

•Police were called to a Vancouver Street residence where a male and female were in a dispute about possession of a television.

•A vehicle collided with a cattle liner that was turning off Highway 3 onto Nick’s Island Road South.

•A warning letter was sent to the owner of a vehicle reported to driving erratically on Northwest Boulevard at Devon Street.

•A downed power line was reported on Highway 3/95. Another power line was down near Highway 3A at Lockhart beach.

•An Erickson Road resident reported that someone was knocking at her door late at night but police could not find a suspect.

November 18

•Police noted a female driver making a U-turn on Northwest Boulevard and appearing disoriented. She was taken to hospital for assessment and the vehicle was towed.

•A bicycle was found in the 1200 block of Northwest Boulevard.

•When police located a male who was reported to be acting suspiciously near Millennium Park he informed them he likes to sit and read in the area.

•Two pit bulls attacked pedestrians near Erickson Road at Highway 3, causing minor injuries.

November 19

•A female reported pulling into a Cook Street gas bar and being told to move by a male driver, whose vehicle then bumped into hers.

•Abandoned vehicles were reported on Highway 3 near Kootenay Pass and on Highway 95.

•A vehicle went into a ditch on an icy Highway 3 east of town. No injuries were reported.

•A vehicle went off Highway 3 near the Kootenay Pass chain-up area and had to be towed. No one was injured.

•A flare was reported to have been seen from Silvercrest Road in Kitchener but police could not locate a source.

•A resident in the 2800 block of Highway 3 reported that houseguests left after an argument, breaking the glass in the front door.

November 20

•Police received a report that a 32-year-old female has not been seen since August. The investigation continues.

•When police received a report that a child had not returned home from school it was determined that the student was at the home of a police officer, a visit arranged by the parents.

•A vehicle collided with an elk on Highway 3A near View Road. No injuries were reported.

•A suspicious male reported in the 200 block of 11th Avenue North was not located.

•When police checked on a male with a curfew he was found to be breaching court conditions by consuming alcohol and being in the company of a specific person. He was arrested and held for a court appearance.

•At the same location, a female was found to have an outstanding arrest warrant for assault. She was taken into custody until a court appearance was scheduled.

•An intoxicated female in the 200 block of 15th Avenue North was taken to hospital for treatment.

November 21

•A backpack reported lost in the 1500 block of Granary Road was later found nearby, without the iPhone and cash that it had contained.

•A vehicle rolled into a guardrail at the landfill drop-off on Mallory Road.

•An unwanted female guest appeared at a Highway 21 residence.

November 22

•A three-hour rescue operation was required to get a 19-year-old male to hospital after he vaulted a concrete barricade in the 5600 block of Canyon-Lister Road. He was walking and saw an oncoming vehicle, so he jumped over the barricade not knowing that there was a 200-foot drop awaiting. He was treated for injuries.

•Police got more than they expected when they responded to a report of threats on Sixth Avenue North. During the investigation they saw unsecured firearms and requested a search warrant. The search revealed more firearms, which were seized. A 31-year-old male was arrested and charged with a number of infractions. He will appear in court in February.

•Police were unable to locate a source of gunshots reported in the Riley Road Area.

•The host of a noisy party on Northwest Boulevard was warned.

•A male reported “young punks” setting off fireworks near Northwest Boulevard.

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