The Creston RCMP detachment is located at 421 16th Ave. S.

Theft, MVAs, well-being checks part of Creston RCMP week

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  • Dec. 16, 2015 10:00 a.m.

Creston RCMP responded to 52 calls for service from Dec. 7-13, Staff Sgt. Darryl Hammond said on Monday.

December 7

•A male resident reported that he hadn’t got the necessary documents when he purchased a vehicle in Alberta. The seller was demanding additional cash to provide them.

•Police are investigating a complaint that a male received a call from a utility company that he does not have an account with.

•A Cook Street resident reported the theft of a PlayStation during a house party.

•No injuries were reported after a truck backed into a vehicle on 10th Avenue North.

•Police attended a 35th Avenue residence to assist a government agency with the removal of a child from the home.

•A semi loaded with lumber was reported to be blocking Highway 3 near Kootenay Pass. It was gone when police arrived.

December 8

•RCMP assisted Calgary police by serving a subpoena at a Crawford Bay residence.

•Police attended a Simon Road residence to keep the peace while a resident moved out.

•A person reported missing by Langley RCMP attended the Creston detachment when he learned he was the object of a search.

•Police received a call about a dispute on 32nd Avenue.

•Four untraced 911 calls were received from the Riondel area, likely the result of the windstorm.

December 9

•A vehicle flipped onto its roof in icy conditions on Highway 3 near Blazed Creek.

•A vehicle was reported to be passing on a double solid line near Mallory Road.

•A vehicle flipped over on Highway 21 at Valley View Road. No injuries were reported.

•A well-being check on an elderly male in Yahk revealed that he was OK.

•When police located a vehicle reported to be in the control of a possibly impaired driver on Highway 21 they found the passengers were intoxicated but the driver was not. He did not, however, have a driver’s licence.

•A complaint about threats and assault by a youth is being processed through the Restorative Justice program.

•Minor damage resulted from a minor collision in a 16th Avenue South parking lot.

•Mischief resulting in damage at a 16th Avenue South residence was not resolved when both parties involved blamed the other.

December 10

•A vehicle rolled over on Highway 3 near Meadow Wood.

•A male who became upset at his long wait for a court appearance earned himself another one when he became angry. New charges will include causing a disturbance, resisting arrest and assaulting a peace officer.

•Police assisted Cochrane, Alta., RCMP with an investigation.

•An attempt to enter a vehicle on 11th Avenue North resulted in minor damage.

•A dead animal was dumped down a well at the landfill site on Mallory Road.

•When police received a report from OnStar that a vehicle’s emergency button had been activated the vehicle was traced to a local dealership, where the OnStar button was being repaired.

•Police were called to a landlord-tenant dispute on Hillside Street.

•A theft was reported at a Riley Road residence.

December 11

•A school bus driver called with a driving complaint on Highway 3.

•A complaint about threats was received from a Centre Road residence.

•Police were called when a baby was left unattended in a vehicle on Canyon Street.

December 12

•A well-being check at a Sinclair Road residence revealed the male was OK.

•An Alder Street resident reported being swindled in an Internet scam.

•Lewd images were spray-painted on a Cook Street building.

•A vehicle lost control in the slush on Lakeview-Arrow Creek Road.

•A wallet found on Northwest Boulevard has been returned to the owner.

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