Police Report

February 13 – 26

The following are some of the files that were opened with the Winkler Police Service during this time period.

February 16

An employee at the Pineridge School reported that she had mistakenly left her cell phone in a room at the school. When she returned to pick up the phone it was gone. Video surveillance from the hallway showed a student exiting that same room and appeared as though he was putting something in his pocket. When asked if he had found a phone the student stated that he had not. Police spoke to the student at his residence, and he again said that he did not take the phone. While speaking to the student police dialed the number for the phone and could immediately hear the phone vibrating somewhere inside the house. The student then retrieved the phone and handed it to police. This was dealt with by way of a verbal caution to a youth.

February 20

Just after midnight police received a complaint of loud music from an apartment on Main Street. The tenant was cooperative and agreed to turn the volume down.

February 21

Police located a 50 year old male that was known to have an outstanding arrest warrant held by the Winnipeg Police Service. The male was arrested and released on an Appearance Notice with a court date of April 18 in Winnipeg.

February 24

At about 11:40 a.m. a resident on Northlands Parkway reported that his pickup truck was stolen sometime during the night. At about 5:00 p.m. the truck was later located by the Altona Police Service abandoned on the highway just west of Altona.

February 26

At approximately 1:00 a.m. police were dispatched to a disturbance inside a residence on Partridge Crescent. A 33 year old female was no longer welcome inside the residence and due to her level of intoxication was arrested under the Intoxicated Persons Detention Act. She was released in the morning with no charges.

At about 7:00 p.m. police conducted a traffic stop on Roblin Boulevard near Majestic Crescent and noted that the driver was showing signs of impairment. The 32 year old driver provided a breath sample into a Roadside Screening Device which registered a “Fail” reading. The driver was issued an Immediate Roadside Prohibition which carries a $700 fine, 90 day license suspension and 30 day vehicle impoundment.

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