Creston RCMP weekly report September 26-October 3
2022-10-05 14:07 PDT
Creston RCMP received 89 calls for service from September 26th to October 3rd.
- Officers attended a mental health call and were able to get the person in crisis to the hospital for medical assistance.
- A woman reported that her unknown neighbour had banged on her residence’s wall 3 times in the last 3 years.
- Creston RCMP File 22-2905: Officers arrested Daniel Jackson for an outstanding warrant out of Cranbrook. Jackson was released with a court date in Cranbrook.
- Creston RCMP received a 911 call from a panicked tourist kayaking in the Kootenay River who was concerned over a cow swimming alone. Police contacted the Livestock Association who advised of a possible Rancher in that area. The Rancher was immediately dispatched as there were no lifeguards on duty.
- Received a report of a stolen vehicle. The owner had left the keys in the car with it unlocked. Creston RCMP reminds people to follow a 9 pm routine and to secure all belongings and to never leave their keys in the vehicle.
- Officers attended a local motel to assisting in removing unwanted guests.
- A man called to report an unwanted person was at his complex. The person he reported being there was currently with police and not at his complex. An investigation is on going for Public Mischief.
- Officers removed the same unwanted guests from the day before from another motel. During interactions with police they were both arrested and charges are being forwarded for Uttering Threats.
- Officers attended a report of a man being inside some’s RV. Officers located the man who was arrested. The man was given a court date and multiple conditions.
- An officer attended a verbal domestic. The officer was able to assist the parties in their difficult time.
- Officers attended an early morning disturbance. Parties were separated and sent to bed.
- A stolen dirt bike was recovered by police and returned to the owner.
- Officers were called to a man challenging people to fight. The man was located and arrested due to his high level of intoxication. The man was lodged in cells until sober.
- Officer’s attended a shoplifting complainant. The suspect was identified and charges are being forwarded.
Cst. Brett Urano
Creston RCMP General Duty
- Date modified: