Unlocked vehicles lead to unexpected visitors

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  • Dec. 18, 2011 1:00 p.m.

Creston RCMP responded to 46 calls for service from Dec. 5-11, spokesperson Theresa Vanderberg said on Dec. 12.

December 5

•A minor collision at Cook Street and 15th Avenue North resulted in no injuries and damages of under $1,000.

•An unlocked vehicle parked on Devon Street was rummaged through, but nothing was stolen.

•An unlocked vehicle parked on 19th Avenue North was rummaged through and coins were stolen.

•A Creston male could face charges of breaching his court conditions after police responded to an anonymous tip and learned he was not in his residence when his curfew was in effect.

December 6

•Police were unable to locate the source of an abandoned 911 call.

•Police assisted Creston Fire and Rescue in controlling traffic while a fire at an Erickson Road location was being fought.

•A report of a possibly impaired driver 10 kilometres east on Highway 3 was referred to Cranbrook when local police were unable to locate the vehicle.

•A male was arrested for breaching no-contact court conditions and transferred to Kamloops, where he has a Dec. 20 court appearance.

December 7

•A warning letter has been sent to the owner of a vehicle that was reported to have passed a school bus displaying Stop signs at Devon Street and Northwest Boulevard.

•A suspicious vehicle and person were reported to have entered a driveway in the 800 block of Highway 21. Police patrols were unable to locate the subject.

•Police are investigating an alleged assault with a weapon causing bodily harm on Highway 3A. The perpetrator and victim are both males.

•Mailboxes were knocked over on Pine Street and Birch Street at 20th Avenue.

December 8

•Another well-being check, this time on Cook Street, revealed the male in question to be OK.

•Police are investigating an alleged breach of court conditions by a male in West Creston.

•Mischief was done to mailboxes on Arrow Creek Road East at Highway 3.

December 9

•Participants in a dispute on Hurry Road in which there was a physical altercation and damage to the front door would not co-operate with a police investigation.

•A person complaining about a barking dog on Regina Street was referred to the Town of Creston bylaw department.

•A male reported from Railway Avenue in Yahk that he was accosted by two males in hoodies who had been consuming alcohol.

•Youths gathered on the railway tracks near Seventh Avenue North were told to move along as they were in contravention of the Railway Act.

December 10

•A male driver who rolled his vehicle at Highway 21 and Cedar Street at 3 a.m. was issued a three-day immediate roadside driving prohibition.

•Two intoxicated males who weee in a fight on Seventh Avenue North were arrested and held in police cells, then released when sober.

•Police are investigating an accident where a driver missed the turn at Northwest Boulevard at Devon Street and ended up on the railway tracks.

December 11

•A male driver was issued a three-day driving prohibition after police patrols noticed him driving erratically at Cedar Street and 16th Avenue South.

•Several intoxicated persons were dispersed on 11th Avenue South after police received a noise complaint.