Creston RCMP briefs from Feb. 16

An investigation of a 911 call from a Clement Road address revealed there had been no problems there...

Creston RCMP responded to 62 calls for service from Feb. 13-19, Staff Sgt. Bob Gollan said on Feb. 20.

February 16

•An investigation of a 911 call from a Clement Road address revealed there had been no problems there.

•A video projector, last used on Feb. 8, is missing from the rec centre. It has the initials CDCC embossed on the back.

•An Advance reader on Northwest Boulevard who noticed the report in last week’s police news about a found motorbike checked his garage and found that his motorcycle was missing. The owner and his bike have been reunited.

•Police were called about a child custody dispute on 25th Avenue South.

•A 911 call routed through a cellphone tower in Erickson could not be traced to its source.

•The owner of a phone from which a 911 call was made on Pilot Bay Road said it was a pocket dialing incident.

•When police arrived at the scene of a fight between two sisters on Scott Street, one ran off. The other was arrested and held in police cells.

 

 

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