The Rosetown RCMP had some good news to share prior to their weekly report for the period of April 21-27.
First off, the Saskatchewan RCMP Media Relations team has provided an update on a situation first shared back on April 17th.
According to their release, back on April 20, David Cressman was arrested by Swift Current RCMP in Swift Current. Cressman was originally wanted by Rosetown RCMP for failing to attend court in Rosetown, being scheduled to appear on a number of charges related to incidents that occurred in the Rosetown and Swift Current areas including break and enter, unauthorized transfer of a firearm, fraud and possession of property obtained by crime over $5,000.
He made his first appearance in Swift Current Provincial Court on April 21, and the Rosetown RCMP thanks the media and members of the public for their assistance with this investigation.
Looking at the rest of the recent report from April 21 – 27, on April 22 the Rosetown RCMP received a complaint of a break and enter to a shop at a rural farmyard. The matter is still under investigation.
April 21st started with a report of an individual failing to comply with a Probation Order. A 67-year old male from Rosetown was arrested and charged with Fail to Comply with Order and released for court. Later on that day they received a traffic complaint near Zealandia, a complaint of theft at a rural farmyard, and then a complaint of mischief in Rosetown. All of these matters are still under investigation.
On the evening of April 22, Rosetown RCMP received a report of the sudden death of a 54-year-old male from Rosetown, SK. The death was not suspicious in nature.
The next day April 23, Rosetown RCMP received a report of a fire at a rural farmyard. The fire was extinguished by Rosetown Fire Department and was not suspicious in nature. Shortly after noon that day the Rosetown RCMP received a traffic complaint on Highway 7 near Tessier, but members were unable to locate the vehicle. That same afternoon, Rosetown RCMP received a complaint of theft in Rosetown. The matter is still under investigation. That night members would receive a report of a found wallet, later locating the owner as the wallet was returned.
A bombshell came in on April 24 at exactly 1:00 PM. At that time Rosetown RCMP received a report of a suspicious vehicle, as members would make moves to locate the vehicle and arrest and charged a 44-year-old female from Regina. She was charged with Possession of Property Obtained by Crime and Illegal Possession of Trafficking in Government Documents.
The other call on April 24 saw a report of a suspicious person on Highway 7, as members located the individual and there was nothing suspicious to note.
The report closed out with a complaint of fraud in Harris on April 25, with the matter still under investigation. April 27th saw Rosetown RCMP receive a complaint of an abandoned vehicle on Highway 31, as that matter is still under investigation. One more call that night saw Rosetown RCMP receive a complaint of a suspicious vehicle on Highway 7 near Fiske, where the vehicle was located and traffic tickets were issued.
There were 52 traffic related charges issued, two 911 mis-dial calls, and 3 false alarm calls made during the week.
Police are asking anyone with information about these or any other crime(s) to please contact the Rosetown RCMP at 306-882-5700, Saskatchewan Crime Stoppers anonymously at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477) or submit a tip online at www.saskcrimestoppers.com