Thursday May 15, 6:48 PM – Members responded to a two-vehicle collision on Rainy Creek Road. The drivers both suffered minor injuries and were checked by EMS staff.
Friday May 16, 8:17 AM – Members responded to a complaint of a vehicle speeding in a construction zone on Highway 11A. The vehicle was not located.
Saturday May 17, 2:39 AM – Members received a 911 complaint of loud noises that sounded like gunshots or possibly fireworks from the north side of Sylvan Lake. The source of the noise was not located.
11:07 AM – Members responded to a complaint of an abandoned vehicle on a rural road. The vehicle was towed, as members were unable to make contact with the registered owner. The case in still under investigation.
2:52 PM – Members responded to a 911 complaint of a disturbance at a paint ball field near Jarvis Bay. An intoxicated subject had broken a paint ball gun. The matter was resolved informally with the subject paying for the destroyed property and being taken home by a sober friend.
3 PM – Members responded to a complaint of a speeding vehicle on Highway 11 at Highway 20. The passenger of the vehicle had flashed a sign saying “it’s an emergency” and the vehicle attempted to pass on a double solid line. The vehicle was located and the driver stated he was responding to a call from a friend saying he was in trouble at the paint ball park. The driver was warned and advised police were already of aware of the situation at the park. The parents of the driver were also advised.
9:25 PM – Members responded to a 911 complaint of a capsized boat with subject in the water. Two subjects were located on shore having been picked up by other boaters after their canoe overturned. The canoe was retrieved. There were no injuries.
Sunday May 18, 1:10 PM – Members responded to a 911 complaint of a vehicle passing unsafely on Highway 20. The vehicle was not located. The registered owner of the vehicle was contacted, advised of the complaint and warned.
3:56 PM – Members responded to a complaint of a vehicle that had driven across a field and was now stuck. The owner of the vehicle was located and advised she was taking a short cut home through the field. The vehicle was removed and the owner charged for trespassing.
Monday May 19, 8:57 AM – Members responded to a complaint of mailboxes knocked over during the night. The boxes were set back up by members and were not damaged.
2:44 PM – Members responded to a complaint of subjects fishing at Marina Bay off of a dock. Fish and Wildlife officer advised there is a 10-foot public access to the water and there are no laws prohibiting fishing in the area.
10:12 PM – Members responded to a complaint of theft of gravel from a construction site. The offending vehicle was located and the owner returned the gravel to the site. No charges were laid.
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12:08 PM – Members responded to a 911 complaint of a single vehicle accident on a rural road. In swerving to avoid hitting a deer, the vehicle had entered the ditch and hit a power pole. The two occupants of the vehicle were treated for minor injuries by EMS personnel.
The above is only a prtial listing of the Sylvan Lake RCMP including items that may be of interest to Bentley area residents.