This week’s joint RCMP report for Unity, Macklin and Wilkie saw a wide variety of calls keeping our officers busy between June 25 to July 1.  

Unity detachment received five different reports of thefts, including three from oil sties, a stolen truck that was later found burned out near North Battleford, and a theft that saw the stolen items returned to the owner, resulting in no charges being laid in this case. 

Wilkie police received their own complaints of theft as well as being asked to provide assistance for an individual retrieving their property from a residence. 

And Macklin RCMP stopped an impaired driver, charging a 26-year-old female from Hayter. The 26-year-old driver also received three additional tickets. 

The full report is as follows:

UNITY REPORTS 

  • RCMP received a complaint of theft. Members spoke to the subject of complaint and the stolen item was returned to the owner. No charges were laid. 
  • Members received a report of defamatory libel but there was insufficient evidence to proceed. 
  • Police received a complaint of a stolen vehicle. The vehicle was located burned on a highway near North Battleford. Insufficient evidence to proceed. 
  • Members conducted a wellbeing check at the request of a family member. 
  • RCMP received a complaint of an individual in a residence yard. Members patrolled but could not locate the subject of complaint. 
  • Police received a complaint of theft at an oil site. This matter is still under investigation. 
  • Members received another complaint of theft at an oil site. This matter is still under investigation. 
  • RCMP received another complaint of theft at an oil site. This matter is still under investigation. 
  • Members spoke to an individual regarding a child custody concern 
  • Police received a report of a single vehicle collision. There were no injuries. This matter is still under investigation. 
  • RCMP received a report of an individual hearing gunshots. The complainant informed Members it was only fireworks. 

There were also five traffic complaints, two false 911 calls and four false alarms. 

WILKIE REPORT 

  • RCMP received a complaint of an individual not complying with an undertaking condition. This matter is still under investigation. 
  • Police received a complaint of theft. This matter is still under investigation. 
  • Members received a complaint of theft but there was insufficient evidence to proceed. 
  • RCMP received a complaint of individuals damaging a residence. This matter is still under investigation. 
  • Members are investigating a complaint of uttering threats. 
  • Police received a request to keep the peace while an individual retrieved personal property from a residence. 
  • Members conducted a wellbeing check at the request of a family friend. 
  • RCMP received a complaint of an unwanted individual at a residence. Members attended. The property representative declined to proceed. 

There were also three traffic complaints. 

MACKLIN REPORT 

  • RCMP conducted a property check at the request of the residence owner. 
  • A 26-year-old female from Hayter was charged with Impaired Operation of a Motor Vehicle during a traffic stop. The vehicle driver was also issued three traffic tickets. 
  • Members issued a 21-day roadside suspension during a traffic stop

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