Someone having their summer day ruined was included in the latest list of calls from the Rosetown RCMP for the period of August 25 to August 31.

On August 29 there was a reported theft made from the Rosetown Leisure Aquatic Centre. The matter is still under investigation, with no other details into the complaint being released. August 29 also saw members receive a complaint of fraud that saw nothing further required after contacting the subject of complaint.

Before that, the report kicked off on August 25 with four different calls. One saw RCMP receive a complaint of an erratic driver on Highway 7 near Harris where the driver was given a warning. Next there was a complaint of mischief in Rosetown as members spoke to the complainant and nothing further was required.

That same afternoon police got word of a suspicious person in town, eventually locating the subjects of complaint and speaking with them to confirm no suspicious activity, and then during the evening members provided assistance to a driver that had broke down on Highway 7 near Rosetown.

The detachment stood idle on August 26, though two calls on August 27 of a two vehicle collision in Rosetown, and a wellbeing check kept members busy during each the morning and afternoon respectively.

August 28 saw Rosetown RCMP receive a complaint of cheque fraud that is still under investigation. That same day police would deal with a railway crossing malfunction near Zealandia that was reported for information purposes.

After the day of pool theft and separate fraud on August 29, members were treated to just as busy a day on August 30 that kicked off a complaint of an abandoned vehicle on Highway 7, that was later towed. That same morning at approximately 9:00 AM Rosetown RCMP would receive a complaint of trespassing that is currently under investigation. Before the hour could end police would receive another call regarding a complaint of uttering threats in Rosetown, though there was insufficient evidence to proceed.

Entering the afternoon Rosetown RCMP would receive a complaint of an erratic driver on Highway 7 near Tessier that resulted in a traffic ticket. After finally slowing down in the afternoon, another two calls came in after 8:00 PM as members received a request for a wellbeing check in Zealandia, and then dealt with a complaint of uttering threats in Rosetown by speaking to the subject of complaint.

The report finished off with a motor vehicle collision near Herschel during the early morning of August 31. Minor injuries were noted once members made it on scene.

A total of 38 traffic related charges were issued, along with one 911 mis-dial call, and two false alarm calls.

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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