The Rosetown RCMP Detachment had a short report for the week of November 22nd to the 29th. During the week, the Detachment and Traffic Services issued 65 tickets and completed 4 check stops.
On November 22nd at 1:00 PM, the Detachment responded to a two vehicle collision on a grid road in the RM of Monet. The vehicles were coming from opposite directions, over a hill and sideswiped each other. There were no injuries but both vehicles had to be towed.
November 23rd, at 10:14 AM, there was a complaint that a 45 year old Elrose man was not complying with the conditions of his probation, that he not consume alcohol. Members arrested the individual, who was intoxicated and lodged him in cells. He was later released on a Promise to Appear for court in Rosetown on January 10th.
On the 24th, at 8:50 AM, there was a complaint of an individual who was on probation with conditions not to contact the complainant. The investigation revealed that the suspect had breached his probation by contacting the complainant, but so had the complainant who was also on probation to not contact the suspect.
Both have been charged with Breach of their respective Probation and will make their first court appearance in Rosetown on January 10th.
On the same day, at 7:22 PM, Members attended a single vehicle collision with a deer on Highway 7 near Harris. There were no injuries but the vehicle did have to be towed.
On November 27th, at 8:22 AM, the Rosetown Detachment received a complaint of theft of licenses plates from a vehicle parked in front of a residence in Zealandia. Police are asking if anyone has information about this incident, that they contact the Rosetown RCMP Detachment.