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North Battleford RCMP
2014.02.22 6am - 2014.02.24 6am
Over 40 calls for services/occurrences reported over time period. 9 false/nuisance 911 calls. 3 Alarm calls responded to.
932am - Single vehicle collision on bridge. No injuries, vehicle did obstruct traffic briefing and had to be towed from scene.
1055am - Complaint of shoplifting on 101st Street. Suspect fled but did not get away with any property. He has been identified and banned from business, no charges pursued as per wishes of business.
500pm - Harassment complaint filed. Suspect warned about actions as.
741pm - Unwanted intoxicated person at a residence on Clark Drive. Suspect left when police called and not located.
747pm - 14 year old male charged with Breach of Probation on 1400 block of 104th Street.
930pm - 24 year old male arrested and facing charges of Impaired Care and Control of a vehicle, Care and Control of a vehicle while over .08 and Failing to Remain at the scene of an accident after a hit and run was reported on Railway Avenue East.
1006pm - Loud music complaint on St Laurent Drive. Warning given.
1030pm - 29 year old male arrested for Public Intoxication on 101st Street and report of passed out male.
1110pm - 17 year old male facing charge of Breach of Probation Order, for violation of curfew.
241am - Two female suspects at a residence on 101st Street broke a window. Still under investigation.
831am - Call to Clark Drive. Female called requesting police attended and claimed to have been assaulted. No signs of injury, subject very intoxicated wanted a male arrested but refused to say who. Advised subject was causing problems and refusing to leave party. Subject left and then started causing problems at another residence and so was arrested and held in custody until sober.
628pm - 49 year old male arrested and charged after report of a male entering a bar and stealing money from the tip jar.
820pm - Report of a suspicious male on 99th Street. Subject located and taken to a shelter for the evening.