The Biggar RCMP's latest report came out on Canada Day. Police were kept busy during the week with traffic violations, thefts, disputes, and more.

In the same vein as a dispute, an individual was up against a crowd looking at the headline call coming out of Perdue. SGT. Dereck Crozier shared that multiple calls came in regarding a concerned Perdue citizen.

"...A disgruntled 78-year-old male staged his protest on the service road in Perdue, disrupting traffic flow around Full Line Ag." said Sgt. Dereck Crozier, as multiple calls were received in relation.

Also in the report, another statement from Crozier detailed an altercation inside town limits.

"Two females were fighting in a parking lot in Biggar, resulting in 24-year-old Tami Falcon being arrested, charged and placed on no contact conditions for assault. She will appear in Biggar Provincial Court on Sept 4."

Police also responded to an accident during the week. They attended the scene following a rollover on Highway #4, caused by a driver missing a curve in the road during an early foggy morning, landing their car in the rodeo grounds.

"Thankfully the driver was okay and learned the value in a seatbelt."

Long weekend reports also typically bring with them some traffic violations. Three drivers were cited for various traffic violations, another four receiving warnings.

A stolen property call during the week saw a three-inch water pump and hose taken from the Biggar Airport, with police searching for leads into a possible investigation. Back to Perdue, a debit card was reported lost around a local business. Investigation tracked the card to transactions being made in North Battleford.

More fraudulent behaviour reported by police included a small set of email-hack frauds where money was taken. Mischievous behaviour was reported around railroads as CP shared more on two males sitting on a rail car to the north of Biggar, and then CN's only report had to do with pigs on the track, saving their bacon near Kinley. 

Sgt. Crozier also gave well wishes to Biggar and area graduates setting off into the summer, and their next adventures in life. An RCMP recruitment booth was setup during a special RCMP 150 BBQ last year in Biggar, as perhaps some of those young individuals will find a career in policing.