The Rosetown RCMP Detachment only had a handful of items to report in their weekly release for the period between April 4th and the 11th.
On April 7th, at 12:25 AM, Members of the Rosetown Detachment charged an 18yr old Rosetown man with breaching the conditions of his undertaking. He made his first appearance in Rosetown Court on April 11th.
The same day, around 2:22 PM, there was a complaint of a break and enter into a vacant residence Harris. Nothing appeared to be missing.
Also on April 7th, around 2:40PM, there was a complaint of theft of a right side brake light cover, from a blue 2004 Ford F150 Supercab. The theft is believed to have occurred sometime over the two days prior.
On April 8th, at 4:15 PM, members of the detachment, along with the Kindersley Detachment, received a complaint of a missing person. The 21 year old male was last seen in Kindersley but believed to be headed to Rosetown. The individual was located safe and sound at a Rosetown residence the following day.
On April 11th at 9:30 AM, there was a complaint of a theft of a 'NO PARKING' sign and stand, from behind the Rosetown Town Office. The theft occurred sometime between April 8th and April 10th.
If anyone has information on these incidences, they are asked to contact the Rosetown RCMP Detachment or Saskatchewan Crime Stoppers.
Members of the Detachment also dealt with 13 calls of Assistance General Public, 3 False 911 calls, 1 False Alarm call and 3 erratic driving complaints. Members of the Detachment, along with the Rosetown Traffic Services issued 142 tickets during the past week.