Creston RCMP responded to 73 calls for service from May 30-June 5, Staff Sgt. Gord Stewart said.
•Security cameras were stolen overnight from a business in the 1100 block of Canyon Street.
•The driver’s side of a vehicle in the 1700 block of Birch Street was the site of an unsuccessful attempted entry.
•At the request of Calgary police, local RCMP members confirmed the well-being of three youngsters caught in the middle of a custody dispute. The Ministry of Children and Family Development dealt with case with the support of the RCMP.
•When police responded to an alarm in the 1500 block of Northwest Boulevard, they discovered the motion sensor had been set off by a dog.
•Police were unable to ascertain the cause of a 911 phone call from a cellphone. A mother in the 300 block of Third Avenue South confirmed the phone was in possession of her son, who was in school.
•A seed producer in the 1000 block of Reclamation Road in West Creston complained about possible contamination of his crop by a neighbouring property’s weeds.
•Tires came off a truck on Highway 3, damaging the radiator of a westbound semi.
•A male was reported to be posting signs about another male in the 1200 block of Canyon Street in a continuation of a dispute involving several Kitchener residents.
•A male in the 1500 block of Canyon Street reported that he had left a motorcycle at a business several years ago to sell it. He is unable locate the business owner or the motorcycle and police are investigating.
•A male in the 3100 block of Highway 3 complained that he had repaid a debt to another male, who has demanded more money in the form of interest.
•A silver and black Trek mountain bike was found in the Goat River.
•A caller demanding some items from a resident in the 1200 block of Canyon Street has been warned to cease making threatening phone calls.
•Although no one has reported an accident, a vehicle went off Erickson Road, down an embankment and through a fence in the 800 block of Highway 21 sometime during the night.
•A business in the 1100 block of Canyon Street reported that a laptop computer had been purchased with a fraudulent credit card.
•A male who requested a well-being check on his 85-year-old mother in the 1400 block of Murdoch Street was no doubt relieved to learn she is fine.
•The owner of two mastiffs that were loose on Erickson Elementary School grounds retrieved them and apologized.
•While investigating a report of shots fired in the 5000 block of fireworks, police found a male who admitted to having set off fireworks.
•Police were called to a loud party in the 1400 block of Alder Street. Participants were enjoying a game of softball at 11:30 p.m.
•Alcohol was stolen during a break-in to a residential shed.
•Police investigated a report of shots fired in the 800 block of Hurry Road and learned that a neighbor had created a safe gun range on his property.
•A motorcyclist entering Canada through Porthill failed one roadside screening device breath test, then refused to provide a second. He received a 90-day driving suspension and his bike was impounded for 30 days. A quantity of liquor was seized and destroyed.
•A 1990 GMC Sierra witnessed by police doing burnouts at Canyon Street and 16th Avenue was stopped and the driver was issued a ticket for driving without due care and attention. The vehicle was impounded for seven days because the driver was stunting.
•Police are investigating a complaint that tires and rims were stolen from a vehicle in the 600 block of 20th Avenue South. The equipment has been found on another vehicle, which has been seized.
•Police and emergency health services personnel responded to a 911 call from the 700 block of 11th Avenue South, finding an extremely intoxicated female. She was taken to hospital for treatment.
•The driver of a 2009 Jeep Liberty was charged with failing to yield when his vehicle struck a 2010 Dodge Caravan at North-west Boulevard and Cavell Street. No injuries were reported.
•A structure fire in the 8200 block of Livesly Road in Kitchener is not believed to have been caused by humans.