Cranbrook RCMP Report
The following is a synopsis of calls received by Cranbrook RCMP for the week (from 6 a.m.) April 16 to 6 a.m., April 23.
Police handled 121 calls for service throughout this week.
Among the calls police handled…
Three impaired driving: (alcohol).
Two collisions in the city: both minor in nature.
Two collisions outside the city: One was a serious rollover in the Jaffray area that is being investigated by East Kootenay Traffic Services. The other was a single vehicle minor accident between a trailer and boulder.
One hit and run: A vehicle hit a parking meter in the area of 8th Ave S and Baker Street; matter is still under investigation
Seven assaults: Two domestic assaults resulting in arrests and pending charges. Five assaults where suspect and victim were known to each other.
Three Mental Health Act related calls.
One theft from auto: Theft of a Ford truck tailgate from 2100 block of 2nd Street North area.
One theft of auto: Suspect located and arrested and charged for dangerous operation of a vehicle. The arrest was a joint effort between Cranbrook RCMP, Police Dog Service, Kimberly RCMP and East Kootenay Traffic Services.
One theft other: Theft of cash from a backpack at Tamarack Mall.
One break and enter to residence: Nothing stolen, items moved around residence.
Three damage to property: old damage to window of residence/ window broken by neighbour/ tire slashed.
One drug seizure: Cocaine.
Eight false alarms and false 911 calls.
– S/Sgt. Hector Lee is Cranbrook RCMP Detachment Commander