Bentley and area crime report

  • Mar. 23, 2010 2:00 p.m.

Submitted

Fri., March 5 1:06 AM – Members received a complaint of a possible impaired driver on Highway 20 near Rainy Creek Road. The vehicle was located and the driver was issued three violation tickets and a 24-hour license suspension. As the license plate on the vehicle was reported to be stolen, the driver was also charged with possession of stolen property.

9:58 PM – Members were dispatched on a 911 call of several vehicles being parked on Rainy Creek Road. All vehicles were gone when the members arrived.

Sat., March 6 11:43 PM – Members attended a loud party complaint in Bentley. The music was loud and numerous intoxicated subjects were in attendance. A verbal warning was issued.

Mon., March 8 11:41 AM – Members responded to a 911 complaint of a vehicle swerving all over Highway 11 near Eckville. Patrols were made but the vehicle was gone on arrival.

Tues., March 9 9:06 AM – Members responded to a single vehicle collision in the

Eckville area. There were no injuries sustained and a collision report was completed.

9:51 AM – Members received a complaint of a single vehicle collision near Eckville. There were no injuries. The driver was asked to attend the detachment to complete a collision report.

6:00 PM – Members received a complaint of a vehicle that was parked on private property in the Eckville area. The registered owner was contacted and advised to move the vehicle.

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