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RCMP REPORT - Driver caught going 168km/h in 110km/h zone

posted Sep 26, 2016, 8:44 AM by Kathy Carr
RCMP Blue Hills Area report for the month of August, 2016.  During this period of time, members responded to app­roximately 192 calls for service or incidents in the Town of Carberry,  Mun­i­ci­pality North Cyp­ress-Langford and Glen­boro South Cy­p­­ress Municipality.
August 2
The owner of a black Chevrolet Silverado truck returned home after the long weekend to find his vehicle had been damaged. The truck was parked on Main Street in Carberry and was "keyed" down one side. 
 The Carberry Fire Department attended to a small fire on Main Street Carberry in the early evening. A substance was poured onto the roadway and then ignited. The fire had extinguished itself before the fire department had attended. Two youths are found to be responsible, with the matter still under investigation pending a statement from the second youth involved.
 A Carberry resident known to not have a driver's licence was observed driving through town in the early evening of this date. The police were notified and subsequently issued several offence notices to the adult male driver which include driving while disqualified; make unnecessary noise (squealing tires); drive without drivers liability insurance and drive without a valid Manitoba drivers licence. The fine amounts will be determined by a justice. 
August 3
H&L Motors in Glen­boro advise of the theft of several items of farm equipment parts such as hitches, wheels, and an axle assembly. A customer's utility trailer was used to load the items and then the suspects drove away. The incident occur­red between 4:00 and 4:15 in the morning. 
August 5
A domestic dispute turned violent in the Edrans area in the late evening of this date. The female complainant ad­vised police that her common-law struck her and then left in her vehicle.  The complainant and the suspect had both been drinking alcohol during the incident. The suspect returned the next day and was arrested by police and taken into custody. 
August 11
A Carberry resident reports her barbeque was stolen overnight from her property. She describes it as a Broil King brand with a silver lid and a two door cabinet that holds the propane tank. The barbeque had a dark grey vinyl cover. 
 A motorist from the Montreal area was stop­ped by police on Highway #1 in the early afternoon for speeding. The vehicle was travelling at a rate of 168 km/hr in a 110 km/hr zone. The applicable fine totals $809.50. The adult male driver indicated he was on his way to the airport and did not have an excuse for the excessive speed. 
August 12
A Carberry resident reports the theft of a red 2013 Polaris Sport ATV from their property on Lisgar Street. The theft occurred between the 7th and 12th of August. 
August 13
A resident of the Municipality of North Cypress-Langford calls police to report the theft of an ATV. The owner was on vacation between the 10th and 13th of August.  Upon return they noticed their 2008 Polaris Sport­s­man ATV was taken from the property. The keys had also been left in the ignition. 
August 16
While patrolling High­way #1 eastbound toward Highway #5, police ob­serve a vehicle being driven by an adult male known to police. The licence plate attached to the vehicle did not match the vehicle descriptors. The vehicle did not pull over when police activated the lights and siren and continued into Carberry, coming to a stop at a residence on Young Street. The male driver was found to have an outstanding endorsed Warrant is­sued by Brandon Police for failing to comply with a probation order - he was arrested and released on a Promise to Appear on their behalf. The accused was also issued four ­of­fence notices which in­clude; unlawful transportation of liquor ($237.50); display a number plate that does not match the registration card ($113.20); drive unregistered vehicle ($299.65) and fail to stop and remain stopped when signalled or requested by a police officer (fine to be determined by a justice). 
August 17
A Brookdale resident reports two suspicious persons that were drop­ped off in the small town in the early evening hours. A white truck pulled up to an unoccupied dwelling unit and two males exited the truck. They tried to open the doors of the building. The witness asked them what they were doing and they replied they were looking for two other people, and then said they were going to Brandon and were from Sas­katoon. They began to swear at the complainant when she said she would not drive them to Bran­don. The subjects then left walking west on PR 353. A short time later they were noted to be walking north on High­way #5.  Patrols in search of the two subjects were negative. 
August 22 
During the very early morning of this date, two male youths are observed causing minor mischief at the Carberry Motor Inn parking lot and outdoor patio area. The matter re­mains under investigation.
 August 31
A Carberry resident reports vandalism to his vehicle while parked on Main Street. Between the 29th and the 31st of August, one side of the complainant's red Dodge Ram pickup was "keyed". 
RCMP are asking anyone with information regarding any unsolved crime to contact the Car­berry RCMP at (204) 834-2905 or call Crime Stop­pers anonymously at 1-800-222-8477, submit a secure tip online at or text “TIPMAN” plus your message to CRIMES (274637). 
 Authorized by;
A i/c, Cst. Matthew DEMEY,  Carberry RCMP Detachment