July 2nd to July 8th saw the RCMP in Macklin, Unity and Wilkie busy fighting crime. 

Macklin detachment received a call of an abandoned vehicle on highway 14 near Macklin. While investigating they determined the vehicle had been stolen out of Red Deer. This is still under investigation as of reporting. 

Unity police had multiple calls to service involving Mental Health Act complaints. One report required EMS to transport the subject to the Unity Health Centre for assessment. 

Wilkie RCMP are looking into two reports of theft as well as an individual damaging property. 

The full report is as follows: 

UNITY REPORTS 

  • RCMP received a complaint of theft but there was insufficient evidence to proceed. 

  • Police received a report of a two-vehicle collision near Unity.  There were no injuries.  Reported for insurance purposes. 

  • RCMP received a Mental Health Act complaint.  Members spoke to the subject of complaint. 

  • Members received another Mental Health Act complaint.  The subject of complaint was transported by Emergency Medical Services to Unity Health Centre for assessment. 

  • Police received a complaint of theft but there was insufficient evidence to proceed.  

  • RCMP spoke to an individual regarding a child welfare concern. 

There were also two false alarms. 

WILKIE REPORT 

  • RCMP received a complaint of fraud but there was insufficient evidence to proceed. 

  • Police received a complaint of fraud but it was unfounded. 

  • Members are investigating a complaint of theft. 

  • Police acted as mediators in a neighbor dispute. 

  • RCMP received a complaint of theft.  This matter is still under investigation. 

  • Members are investigating another complaint of theft. 

  • Police received a complaint of disturbing the peace.  Members patrolled but could not locate the subject of complaint. 

  • Members issued a 72-hour roadside suspension during a traffic stop. 

  • RCMP received a complaint of an individual damaging residential property.  This matter is still under investigation. 

There were also four traffic complaints. 

MACKLIN REPORT 

  • RCMP received a Mental Health Act complaint.  Members spoke to the subject of complaint. 

  • Police received a report of a vehicle collision with a deer.  There were no injuries. Reported for insurance purposes. 

  • Members received a report of a lost wallet.  The wallet has not been located. 

  • RCMP received a report of an individual in possession of a stolen property.  This matter is still under investigation. 

  • Members spoke to an individual regarding a mental health concern. 

  • Police received a complaint of theft of fuel from a local gas station.  The subject of complaint paid for the fuel.  No charges were laid. 

  • RCMP located an abandoned vehicle on Highway 14 near Macklin.  The vehicle had been reported stolen in Red Deer.  This matter is still under investigation. 

There were also three traffic complaints. 

Anyone with more information on these or any other crime are asked to contact their local RCMP detachment or report anonymously to Saskatchewan Crime Stoppers here