Three Virden vehicles stolen and recovered by Regina RCMP
A spate of auto thefts, a historic sexual assault and a child and family services case were among the cases last week.
During the week of September 6-12, Westman RCMP dealt with 43 law enforcement activities, including the following dispatches:
September 6 – Virden for a report of an unsupervised child walking alone. RCMP attended the mother’s residence with the 4-year-old. The mother slept inside the residence. Child and Family Services have been contacted.
September 8 – Virden for a report of a Chevy Equinox theft. The keys had been left inside the vehicle. Regina Police Services located the vehicle and initiated a traffic stop. The driver of the vehicle was arrested for several offenses as he was found with methamphetamine and a modified airsoft gun.
September 8 – Virden for a report of a Ford Taurus theft. The vehicle was located in Regina the same day. The investigation is ongoing.
September 8 – Virden for a report on a historic sexual assault. The investigation is ongoing.
September 9 – Virden for a report of a Toyota Tundra theft. The keys to the vehicle had been left in the fuel cap. The vehicle was located by the Regina Police Department. The investigation is ongoing.
September 9 – Virden for a report that five children aged five to nine were on their scooters unsupervised. Patrols were carried out, but the children had left the area before the police arrived.
September 9 – Sioux Valley for a report of an erratic driver. The vehicle was in a nearby residence. As a result of the investigation, a 54-year-old man was arrested for impaired driving of a conveyance and transported to the Virden Detachment for breath samples. Once at the detachment, he refused to provide samples of his breath and was therefore charged with failing to comply with the breath request. The 54-year-old is also facing multiple Highway Traffic ACT charges and his vehicle has been impounded. He was released at a later date from the court.
September 10 – Sioux Valley for a report from an impaired driver. A witness observed a female driver driving into the ditch. The woman was located, arrested and transported to the Virden Detachment. 100 mg% and 90 mg% breath samples were provided. The 30-year-old driver was charged with driving a conveyance while she was over 80 mg%, and her vehicle was impounded. She was released at a later date from the court.
September 11 – Sioux Valley for a report on a woman suffering from a mental health crisis. She was taken to hospital for medical assistance.
September 11 – Sioux Valley for a report of an adult male threatening to self-harm. After checking several locations, the male was located. He was deemed too intoxicated to take care of himself and was therefore transported to the Virden Detachment. He was assessed by a doctor and released when sober.
September 11 – A residence in the MR of Pipestone for a report of a woman passed out in the driver’s seat of her vehicle. The vehicle was moving and it was reported that the woman was slumped and unresponsive. As a result of the investigation, the 23-year-old driver was arrested for impaired driving of a conveyance. 200 mg% and 180 mg% breath samples were provided. She was charged with operating a conveyance when she was over 80 mg% and was released at a later court date. She is also facing several traffic violations and her vehicle has been impounded. She was released at a later date from the court.
September 11 – Sioux Valley for a disturbance report at a residence. While the police were on their way, it was learned that a 34-year-old woman was threatening people inside the residence and also threatening to self-harm. She was arrested and returned to the detachment. Once at the detachment and while being escorted to her cell, she hit one of the officers on the head. She was charged with assaulting a police officer and resisting arrest.
Two Covid compliance checks and two wellness checks were performed during this reporting period.
Cpl. Kevin bruce