100 Mile House RCMP responded to 64 complaints and calls for service during the past week. Below are highlights of the week’s calls.
Breach of conditions
On Nov. 2, RCMP conducted curfew checks on individuals who are presently on bail conditions for outstanding offences.
As a result, three individuals were found not complying with court conditions. RCMP will be requesting warrants for their arrest.
Ran a stop sign
On Nov. 1, police stopped a vehicle on Horse Lake Road for not stopping at a stop sign.
The male driver displayed symptoms of alcohol consumption. As a result, a roadside breath test was completed and the driver blew a “warn.”
The driver was issued a three-day Immediate Roadside Prohibition (IRP) and was also issued a ticket for failing to stop at a stop sign.
Driver blows warn
On Nov. 1, RCMP conducted a roadside check on Mahood Lake Road and a vehicle was stopped and the male driver showed symptoms of alcohol consumption.
As a result, a roadside breath test was completed where the driver blew a “warn.” The driver was issued a three-day IRP.
Failed breath test
On Oct. 31, police stopped a vehicle on McKinley Road in Lac la Hache and the male driver displayed symptoms of alcohol consumption
A roadside breath test was conducted that resulted in the driver blowing a fail. The driver was issued a 90-day IRP and the vehicle was impounded for 30 days.
On Oct. 31, police had extra staff working Halloween night.
A number of proactive patrols were made, and although there was typical call volume for a Saturday night, there were no calls for service that would be typical of what usually comes with Halloween.
A number of organized events in the community were attended and no issues were observed.
Breath sample refused
On Oct. 30, RCMP members were conducting patrols on Exeter Station Road and a vehicle was stopped for speeding.
The male driver displayed symptoms of alcohol consumption. A breath demand was made to the driver and he refused to provide a breath sample.
As a result, the driver was issued a 90-day IRP and his vehicle was impounded for 30 days.
Over the limit
On Oct. 29, police received a report of an intoxicated male and female on Bridge Lake North Road.
The couple was reported to be in a vehicle. Members attended the area and located the vehicle moving. The vehicle was stopped and the driver displayed symptoms of alcohol impairment. The male driver was subsequently arrested for impaired driving and then brought back to cells where breath tests were completed.
The driver blew over the legal limit of .08 and was later released for court at a later date.