UNITY SK RCMP REPORTS for June 3 to 9, 2014
RCMP received two complaints of uttering threats. One was unfounded.
A 1976 International bus was damaged at the museum. Police are requesting the public’s assistance, asking anyone who has any information regarding this to please contact Unity RCMP.
There was a report of a semi that collided with a moose. The semi driver did not sustain any injuries.
RCMP received a complaint of mischief in the form of covering a vehicle with mud. No charges were laid as the perpetrator agreed to pay for cleaning and any damage to the vehicle.
Two males were fighting on Main Street. No charges were laid as they left the area when asked by members.
Police received a report of a stolen truck. The truck was located in a rural area by Tramping Lake and was used to damage two grain bags. This matter is still under investigation.
There was a two-vehicle collision at the intersection of 2nd Street and 2nd Avenue in Unity. One vehicle driver sustained minor injuries and was issued a traffic ticket.
RCMP advised an individual to seek legal counsel when the individual inquired about child custody issues.
A 24-hour suspension was issued during a traffic stop when police observed the vehicle leaving a drinking establishment.
There was a report of a suspicious male looking in back yards. RCMP searched for the male but could not locate him.
There were two false 911 calls.