For the Townsman
Cranbrook RCMP reported a busy week over the past seven days, responding to 14 calls for service from April 11 (6 a.m.) to April 18 (6 a.m.), according to a press release issued by Staff Sergeant Hector Lee.
• Two alcohol-related Immediate Roadside prohibition was issued, and one 24-hour prohibition (alcohol and cannbis related).
• Three collisions were reported. One of these was an “elk strikes” on the highway. Two were collision resulting in non-fatal injuries.
• There were 14 responses to Mental Health calls — five individuals were apprehended in total.
• There were four assault complaints, one of which was domestic in nature.
• Five thefts were reported: One shoplifting incident, one attempted theft of a subwoofer, one theft from a vehicle, another reported theft of vehicle, which was later found to be false, and one theft of an iPhone.
• No break and enters were reported this week past.
• There were three drug seizures, all involving marijuana.