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RCMP Report - No mischief or damage on Halloween

posted Nov 21, 2016, 10:09 AM by Kathy Carr
RCMP report for the period of October 31 to November 15, 2016.  
During this time, members responded to approximately 231 incidents or reports, having occurred in the Town of Carberry, Munici­pality North Cyp­­ress-Langford and the Munici­pality of Glen­boro-South Cyp­ress; The reported incident num­bers include traffic related offence notices issued by Traffic Ser­vices while conducting check stops.
 Halloween appears to have come and gone peacefully without any mischief or property damage reported to police. Police would like to acknowledge and thank the individuals and groups that volunteer their time in organizing and chaperoning the annual youth dance. This event keeps our youth safe and busy and is understandably popular with the students.  Hats off to all of you! Your time and effort is very much appreciated. 
 October 31
 Police received a complaint from a female resident of Glenboro that she had been assaulted by her common-law husband.  Police attended to the residence and the adult male was arrested without incident. He was released on conditions of an Un­dertaking. He will appear in Brandon Provincial Court on his charges in late November.   
November 3
Police were travelling on Highway #5 northbound in the late afternoon of this date. A school bus was travelling southbound, approaching pol­ice. A vehicle driven by an adult female pulled out from behind the school bus in an attempt to pass.  Due to the close proximity to the police vehicle, evasive action was taken to avoid a collision. The female driver advised she thought she had enough time to pass the bus before meeting oncoming traf­fic. She was issued an offence notice for driving to left without regard for safety.
November 5
Westman Traffic Ser­vices stopped a vehicle for speeding on Highway #1, which was travelling at a rate of 126 km/hr in 110 km/hr zone. Police noted a strong smell of raw marihuana coming from the vehicle. When questioned, the driver admitted to having possession of the drug and turned it over to police.  He also admitted to having smoked a joint 20 minutes prior to the traffic stop. A search of the vehicle revealed approximately 2.5 grams of cocaine.  The driver was also bound by conditions to not possess or consume drugs or alcohol. He was arrested and released on a Recog­nizance and will appear in court early December.
November 7
Police received a complaint from a resident in Glenboro who advises her boyfriend is intoxicated and causing a disturbance. No violence was reported and the subject of the complaint was threatening to kick her out of the residence. 
Police attend to find the female complainant is bound by conditions of a peace bond in which she was not to be in contact with her boyfriend. She was transported to a shelter in Brandon and later served with a summons for court. 
 November 8
A disturbance at a residence in the Glenboro-South Cypress area was reported through 911. The female caller advises her adult son was out of control and the call then disconnected. No answer was received on call back. Members attend the residence and are told the subject of the complaint has now left and was believed to be heading to Alberta. No physical in­jury or threats were re­ported. Minor property damage was incurred as a result of the disturbance. There were no further incidents reported. 
 November 12
A serious injury collision was reported to police in the early evening of this date. Two vehicles collided in the Municipality of North Cypress-Langford near Wellwood on Road 70N. The young female driver of a Kia Sportage was transported to Win­nipeg by STARS ambulance where she remains at the time of this report. The adult male driver of the pickup truck involved was not seriously injured. The matter remains under investigation. 
 November 13
Blue Hills RCMP are investigating a report of what was believed to be a woman screaming in the Sprucewoods Park, Epi­nette Creek area. There was little detail regarding what was being "sc­reamed." It was reported that when the complainant approached the parking lot, a vehicle was seen leaving and a female was noted seated in the drivers seat of second vehicle.  She did not seem to want to speak to the complainant and left. A licence plate was obtained which belongs to a rental company. The incident occurred at approximately 5:30 pm. Police are attempting to contact the person whom rented the car.  There are no further incidents of this nature reported to police. At this time it appears to be an isolated incident. The matter was reported to police approximately three hours after the incident. If anyone has information regarding this incident, please notify the RCMP. 
 November 14
A Carberry resident reports the theft of two lighted deer lawn ornaments. The incident occur­red overnight. The deer were placed on the front lawn of the Toronto Street home as a seasonal decoration. The value of the items is approximately $250. 
Police responded to two separate incidents of persons walking on Highway #1 in the dark, late evening of this date. The persons were either not dressed for the climate and/or dressed inappropriately with dark clothing, causing them to be at risk. Police transported the individuals to a safe location. 
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Are you seeing possible poachers/night hunters in your area or suspect that a resource related law has been violated, please contact your local Manitoba Conservation and Water Stewardship office or the toll free line Turn in Poachers 1-800-782-0076.
 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 www.manitobacrimestoppers.com or text “TIPMAN” plus your message to CRIMES (274637). 
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The Carberry Detac­hment members would like to thank the Carberry Collegiate Peer Mentor group for the delicious cookies delivered to our office.  They were thoroughly enjoyed and much appreciated! 


Authorized By;
Cpl. Michael BOYCHUK
Blue Hills RCMP
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