All moved into their new home, the Kindersley RCMP shared their latest report on Tuesday. The first list of July, spanning the period between June 25 and July 8, recorded 55 calls to service.

Six calls were made public in the report, including one where screaming was head near the Motherwell Dam. It turned out to be innocent in nature, as police found kids running around and chasing each other.

A more serious matter saw police intervening following a disagreement between partners, resulting in a 24-year-old woman being arrested and charged with assault. Members would also assist with another personal dispute, aiding the Saskatchewan Sheriff’s Office in an eviction from a local residence.

Members also made an arrest after locating an individual on a 24-hour curfew. The male was apprehended for failing to comply with his conditions.    

The detachment was given word of some surveillance footage after a license plate was stolen. The complainant video detailed "a person crawling through the bushes near their house" before "subsequently stealing the license plate from their vehicle".

The final call in the report led to a discussion with local conservation officers. After police were called to a group of wild pigs loose in a yard, they were gone upon arrival, and Conservation Officers were notified of the situation shortly after.

If you have any information about the above crimes, or any crime, please contact the Kindersley RCMP detachment by calling (306) 463-4642 or your local police service. To submit information anonymously, you can call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477), or submit a tip online using the P3 App ( or at