Cranbrook RCMP respond to 180 calls

Cranbrook RCMP responded to 180 calls for service from Monday, August 31 to Sept. 6.

The insignia of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police.

The insignia of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police.

Arne Petryshen

Cranbrook RCMP responded to 180 calls for service from Monday, August 31 to Sept. 6. Sgt. Scott Milliken provided the details for the police report.

Aug. 31

8:20 a.m. Police responded to a call under the Mental Health Act, after a distressed person called 911.

8:40 a.m. A search warrant was carried out.

8:57 a.m. A white 2003 Ford F350 was stolen from the 1700 block of Cranbrook Street North.

9:24 a.m. Police responded to a case of child luring over the internet. The parents of a young girl reported that she had been sending photos to someone over the internet.

9:35 a.m. An erratic driver with an Alberta licence plate was reported near the Wardner bridge.

9:46 a.m. The family of a man who had passed away wanted the man’s guns destroyed.

11:59 a.m. A man from Alberta was arrested on a breach of court orderer conditions. The man was supposed to stay in Alberta. A second man was arrested.

12:32 p.m. A youth was reported to be trashing the inside of a house and destroying property.

1:19 p.m. An individual reported he had been beaten up by a landlord in a tenancy dispute.

1:56 p.m. A man was brought to the hospital under the Mental Health Act.

2:09 a.m. The second man arrested in a court ordered breach incident from earlier was also charged with breach.

2:27 p.m. Police received a report of a fraud that involved a timeshare.

2:26 p.m. A complainant reported they had been verbally abused by a man and wanted a file created.

3:01 p.m. Some children were reported for causing a mischief at T.M. Roberts School. They were kicking at the doors.

3:15 p.m. A man called for assistance in finding his wife. She had taken his money and left with someone else.

4:03 p.m. Police contacted a woman after a call she placed to 911 was abandoned.

4:14 p.m. A disturbance was reported at Gyro Park as a result of some intoxicated youths. A male and two females were pulling garbage out of the washroom there.

4:40 p.m. A red canoe was spotted floating down the Kootenay River near where Bull River enters. The canoe was empty.

10:00 p.m. Police were requested to keep the peace as an individual removed things out of a home.

10:36 p.m. A speeding vehicle was reported on Victoria and 2nd Street North.

Sept. 1

1:11 a.m. A child called in a domestic in progress — his parents were fighting.

7:42 a.m. Drugs were turned in at the front counter of the detachment.

8:12 a.m.  Report of an erratic driver. A vehicle with BC plates was passing on double solid lines.

1:09 p.m. An SUV and a tractor collided, causing minor injuries to those involved. IT occurred on Theatre Road and McPhee Road.

3:29 p.m. A mother was reported attacking her son.

6:45 p.m. A grizzly attack near the city’s irrigation fields was reported. This was reported in last week’s Townsman.

8:17 p.m. An abandoned 911 call came in. It was a cell phone and police tried to find the cell’s location by GPS, but could only narrow it down to a 830 mile radius.

8:29 p.m. Loud music and wood chopping was reported coming from an Eagle Ridge Crescent property.

Sept. 2

5:28 p.m. A beige F350 truck was reported stolen from the 1800 block of Theatre Road.

9:05 p.m. A mental health patient transferred from Trail to Cranbrook was reported because he had stopped taking medication.

10:50 a.m. A shoplifter was reported at a local grocery store.

3:03 p.m. A driver was reported to be passing on the shoulder of Theatre Road.

5:11 p.m. A white Ford F150 was reported for possible impaired driving.

Sept. 3

12:22 a.m. A vehicle fire was reported at a local car repair shop.

8:52 a.m. A complainant reported that a female had thrown a coffee at her.

11:22 a.m. Another agency requested Cranbrook RCMP to execute a warrant on a man in the area.

1:40 p.m. A caller reported that his neighbour shouldn’t be driving.

2:45 p.m. A complainant said they’d purchased a skateboard from someone online, but despite sending money, no skateboard has arrived.

5:45 p.m. A motor vehicle collision occurred when a motor home hit another vehicle. The occupants of the motor home only spoke German and were just passing through town. That occurred on the 600 block of Cranbrook Street North.

5:50 p.m. A male in the alley was heard yelling threats, but when the caller looked again, there was no one there.

6:49 p.m. A caller reported that $3,000-4,000 worth of tools was stolen from a residence on the 300 block of 18th Avenue South.

7:12 p.m. Report of a suspicious occurrence. The caller said a vehicle pulled into her driveway, a man got out, and then walked away.

Sept. 4

4:00 a.m. Police responded to a call about an unwanted guest — an intoxicated person that had gone onto the complainants patio and laid down on the furniture. That was on 7th Avenue.

5:25 a.m. Police assisted with a single vehicle that had gone into the ditch on the 6100 block of Highway 3/93. There were minor injuries.

6:01 a.m. A warrant was issued for a male in town.

7:37 a.m. Police were requested to check the wellbeing of a person who had started their car at 5:30 a.m. The car was still left running two hours later.

9:41 a.m. A camera worth $1,000 was stolen from a local camera store.

10:32 a.m. Neighbours were having an ongoing dispute, with the latest iteration including one neighbour throwing concrete on the other’s driveway.

12:44 p.m. A man reportedly frightened some people at Kinsmen Park.

12:47 p.m. Two boys were reported playing guitars outside Superstore. They had run away from home.

12:50 p.m. A caller reported that the window of their F150 had been smashed.

1:58 p.m. A brown 2006 Norco with blue grips was reported stolen. It was stolen overnight in the downtown area.

6:05 p.m. A caller had locked herself in a room and reported a domestic dispute in progress.

11:43 p.m. A vehicle went into the ditch on King Street.

Sept. 5

3:03 p.m. A caller reported items stolen by a suspect addicted to crack cocaine.

4:07 p.m. A suspicious vehicle was reported abandoned out towards Wardner.

6:01 p.m. The hospital requested assistance to restrain a patient.

7:30 p.m. The driver of a black Chevrolet Equinox was reported as a possible impaired driver after leaving a liquor store.

9:30 p.m. An assault was reported at the hospital. A patient assaulted a nurse.

10:47 p.m. A man was reported for assaulting a female in front of a pub downtown.

Sept. 6

3:35 a.m. An intoxicated female was reported knocking at the complainant’s door.

4:52 a.m. A fire was reported at St. Eugene. Live wires were hanging from a pole. It may have been a motor vehicle accident.

11:27 a.m. Report of a shoplifter at a local gas station.

12:31 p.m. Counterfeit bills were found and reported.

2:10 p.m. A man assaulted another man at a group home.

2:10 p.m. An elderly woman driving a Honda was reported for driving into oncoming traffic on 11th avenue and Baker Street.

4:17 p.m. A missing woman was reported. She had boarded a flight from here to Prince George with a stop in Vancouver. The caller had not heard from her since.

8:20 p.m. A loud party in which marijuana smoke could be smelled was reported.

11:33 p.m. A caller reported someone was rifling through pop bottles in their carport.


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