RCMP Report: Break-ins continue throughout region
RCMP responded to 62 occurrences between Nov. 16 and 22.
Members responded to three 911 hangups, attending scenes in Alliance and Killam.
Police responded to a call regarding an injured moose near Heisler, determining that the moose had been involved in a collision with a vehicle.
One complaint of assault to RCMP was determined to be unfounded.
Another break in, to a Sedgewick business, is also under active investigation.
A third break in, to a Daysland business, resulted in nothing being stolen.
Police followed up on two child welfare calls; checks were done with no concerns.
A traffic stop in Lougheed resulted in police charging a driver with Driving While Disqualified.
RCMP responded to a residential fire and incidentally arrested an individual for outstanding warrants.
Police had two false alarms, where both were called off by key-holders.
RCMP received a fraud complaint regarding a fraud telephone scam where a third party was asking for money “so that the inheritance could be sent.”
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with files from Cpl. Cleveland