The calls to service for the Rosetown RCMP from November 3 to 9 started off with a complaint of uttering threats on November 3. Upon member arrival the complainant declined to proceed. Also on November 3, there was a complaint of an erratic drivers in Rosetown. Members made patrols but were unable to locate the vehicles.
Moving onto a busy November 4, there were four calls to service in all. First up, was RCMP acting as mediators at a family dispute, and then in a tenancy dispute later the same morning. Moving onto the afternoon, there was another complaint of an erratic driver on Highway 7 near Zealandia. This time Members located the vehicle and spoke to the driver. And the day wrapped up with a complaint of a semi-truck who spilled gravel on highway 4 near Elrose. Members were unable to locate the semi.
Moving onto November 5, three calls to service were made. This included a complaint of an unwanted individuals at a local business in Rosetown. Upon member arrival the individuals were no longer there. Then there was yet another complaint of an erratic driver. This time on Highway 7 near Rosetown. Members were unable to locate the vehicle. And the day wrapped up with a complaint of unauthorized use of a computer. The matter is still under investigation.
Two calls on November 7 started off with a request for a wellbeing check in Rosetown. Members spoke to the subject of complaint. Then there was a complaint of an abandoned vehicle in Rosetown. The vehicle was gone upon member arrival.
November 8 saw three calls to service, starting off with a complaint of a break and enter to a sea-can at a worksite. Fuel, copper wire and tools were stolen. If anyone has information in regard to this theft, please contact the local detachment. The second call was a report of a motor vehicle collision with a deer on Highway 4. There were no injuries, and it was reported for insurance purposes. And the day concluded with a complaint of a Facebook Marketplace scam. The matter is still under investigation.
The week wrapped up with one call on November 9. Members received a complaint of a missing male traveling from Saskatoon to Kerrobert. The male was located and nothing further was required.
There were also 35 traffic related charges issued 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.