UNITY SK RCMP REPORTS for September 20 to 26, 2016
RCMP received a report of stolen fuel from a rural farm yard. There are no suspects at this time.
A 37-year-old male from Reward SK was charged with mischief after police received a complaint of a damaged vehicle.
Members completed a well-being check on an individual at the request of a family friend.
Police attended a single vehicle collision with a train near Taco, Sask. The two vehicle occupants, a 62-year-old female and a 66-year-old male from the Unity area, were pronounced deceased at the scene. This matter is still under investigation.
RCMP received a complaint of assault but the complainant declined to lay charges.
Members are investigating another report of assault.
Members acted as mediators in a neighbour dispute.
A 72-hour roadside suspension was issued to a vehicle driver after he blew a warning when police requested a breath sample during a traffic stop.
Members were requested to keep the peace between two individuals allocating property.
Police received a complaint of damage to a vehicle. This matter is still under investigation.
RCMP received a report of cows on Highway 14 west of Unity. Members herded the cattle off the highway then located the owner who moved them to a pasture.
CN Police reported a railway crossing malfunction at Unity.
Members are investigating a break and enter at the Delta Co-op C-Store.
Police received a report of theft of contents in a swather that had been left in a field for harvest near Senlac, Saskatchewan. This matter is still under investigation.
RCMP received a report of damage to concrete forms left at a property in Unity. This matter is still under investigation.
There were also five false alarms and two traffic complaints.
Persons with information about crimes being committed are urged to call the Unity RCMP detachment at 306-228-6300; the Wilkie RCMP at 306-843-3480; or the Macklin RCMP at 306-753-2171. If you wish to remain anonymous, you may also call Saskatchewan Crime Stoppers at1-800-222-8477, or *8477 on the SaskTel Mobility Network. Crime Stoppers will pay up to $2,000 for information which leads to the arrest of person(s) responsible for any serious crime. Crime Stoppers is anonymous and does not subscribe to call display, nor are your calls traced or recorded.
You can also submit a tip online at www.saskcrimestoppers.com.