Rimbey RCMP Detachment—weekly crime report

  • Feb. 18, 2009 9:00 a.m.

R.C.M.P. Rimbey Detachment received 30 calls for assistance over the

last week. It was a relatively slow week for members with only one

criminal charge laid for uttering threats. The calls that members did

receive were made up mostly of business alarms and traffic complaints.

The deer population would miraculously only suffered one loss this week

due to vehicle collisions. This weeks crime report theme is , “The

False Alarm”.

2009/02/02- Complaint of a vehicle collision. The driver swerved to

avoid hitting two small dogs and lost control on a icy road. The vehicle

would end up in the ditch where it struck a tree. The driver was ok

with no injuries.

2009/02/02 – Complaint from Onstar of a emergency button pressed inside

a vehicle. The owner was contacted and advised children were playing in

the vehicle.

2009/02/02 – Complaint of threats uttered. One female has been charged

as a result after a call was made to another female and some friendly

words were exchanged.

2009/02/02 – Complaint of loud music coming from a residence. Patrol

made, music had since been turned off.

2009/02/03 – Complaint of intoxicated male driver leaving a Rimbey bar.

Patrols made, vehicle not located

2009/02/04 – Complaint of a vehicle collision. The driver was backing

out of her driveway and backed into a parked vehicle.

2009/02/04 – Complaint of residential panic alarm. Member contacted

homeowner who advised it was a false alarm.

2009/02/04 – Complaint of a business alarm. False alarm

2009/02/05 – Complaint of a intoxicated driver. One female and two

males were observed leaving the bar in a white pickup. Patrol made,

vehicle not located.

2009/02/05 – Complaint of a vehicle collision with deer.

2009/02/05 – Complaint of a abandon vehicle near Rimbey.

2009/02/05 – Complaint of a 911 call hang up. Member attended and a

young child had been playing with the phone.

2009/02/07 – Complaint of a vehicle collision. The driver swerved to

avoid a collision with deer on Highway 20. The vehicle ended up in the

ditch with no injuries caused to the driver.

2009/02/07 – Complaint of a fight at a local bar. Both males were

kicked out as a result and left before police arrival, sparing

themselves a trip to Sylvan Lake cells.

2009/02/07- Complaint of a 911 call from a young child. The young boy

advised he had broken his mothers curtains. Member spoke with the mother

who advised everything was fine and the curtains were fixable.

2009/02/07- Complaint of a vehicle break and enter. A radar detector

was stolen with a power cord.

If you have any information of illegal activity please call the local

Rimbey RCMP Detachment or Crime Stoppers:

PHONE: 1-800-222-8477

#8477 on Telus Mobility

*8477 on Rogers AT&T

Crime Stoppers is a community program that does work! Do your part and

call now.

Rimbey RCMP Detachment



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