The Elk Valley RCMP release their monthly crime stats to keep community members informed about crime levels in the area. Photo Submitted

Elk Valley RCMP release monthly crime stats

The statistics reflect the time period between March 1 and April 21, 2020

The Elk Valley RCMP responded to 514 calls for service between March 1 and April 21, 2020.

RCMP responded to the following calls: nine Animal Calls; five Assaults; three Uttering Threats Against Person; three Breach of Peace; six Breach of Bail Violations; eight Cause a Disturbance; 28 Collisions; two Harassing Communications; five Fraud; 16 Mental Health Act; 70 Mischiefs; 43 Suspicious Persons/vehicles/occurrences; nine Theft Under $5,000; one Theft Over $5,000; one Theft of Auto Over $5,000; two Criminal Harassments; one Possession of Methamphetamine; four Break and Enter to Business; one Extortion; two Possession of Stolen Property; four Assist Fire Services; one Firearms (unsafe storage); and two Public Health.

Four impaired drivers were intercepted by the Elk Valley RCMP resulting in the following; two 90 Day Driving Prohibitions plus 30 day vehicle impoundments; one 90 Day Refusal; and one three day (warn) Immediate Roadside Prohibition.

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