The Week on the Beat: Cranbrook RCMP report Sept. 18-25

The Week on the Beat: Cranbrook RCMP report Sept. 18-25

The Cranbrook RCMP responded to 120 calls for service throughout the week of September 18 (6 am) to 25 (6 am), according to a press release from the detachment..

• No impaired drivers were reported this week.

• There were three collisions – two in town (with one caused when a driver suffered a medical issue, and the other involving a parked vehicle rolling back into another vehicle), and one outside of town (vehicle vs deer).

• There was one Hit and Run – a witness called in the incident, but there was no report from the victim driver.

• There were four Mental Health Calls – one person apprehended.

• There was one Assault complaints — domestic in nature where a male suspect was arrested.

• Nine thefts were reported, including: six shoplifting incidents; the theft of a truck, which was recovered later that day by police (the driver fled); a theft from a vehicle, which occurred two weeks prior, with hunting equipment stolen from vehicle; and one attempted theft of a bicycle from in front of a local hotel — the suspect was unsuccessful.

• No Break and Enters were reported.

• There were two reports of property damage: washrooms at Rotary Park vandalized, and signage in the 1000 block of Cranbrook Street North was continually vandalized.

• There were two drug seizures: Cocaine and heroin, both in town

• There 17 false alarms/false 911 complaints