The calls to service for the Rosetown RCMP from October 20 to 26 started off with a complaint of harassing communications on October 20. The matter is still under investigation. The other call on the 20th saw a complaint of theft of money from a local business. Members attended and located the subject of complaint. The complainant declined to proceed with charges.
Moving onto October 21, there was one call which saw a complaint of an erratic driver on Highway 7 near Rosetown. Members located the vehicle and issued the driver a warning.
Another single call was noted on October 24, as there was a complaint of another erratic driver on Highway 7 near Tessier. Members were unable to locate the vehicle.
Three calls on October 24 started off with a request for a wellbeing check in Rosetown. Members spoke to the subject of complaint. Then there was a complaint of credit card fraud. The matter is still under investigation. And the day wrapped up with a complaint of a stolen John Deere lawn tractor in Wiseton. The matter is still under investigation. If anyone has information in regard to this theft, please contact the local detachment.
One call on October 25 saw another complaint of an erratic driver on Highway 7. Members were unable to locate the vehicle.
And the week wrapped up on October 26 with a report of a two-vehicle collision on Highway 4 near Rosetown. An 86-year-old female from Elrose was taken to Rosetown Hospital for assessment.
There were also 46 Traffic related charges issued, three false alarm calls and three 911 mis-dial calls during the week.