Earlier this week Clearwater RCMP received a call involving two drunk persons, one male and one female. The complainant heard the two persons arguing in the parking lot of their residence.
RCMP showed up and listened to allegations of assault from the female. The male was arrested and awaits trial; the female was arrested due to her extreme intoxication and lodged in the Clearwater detachment for the evening to sober up.
Breach of probation
A Clearwater male was issued a summons this week for breaching his probation order.
After being charged with an offence, the person may be placed on probation and given a number of conditions to abide by. If these conditions are not met, then the person is charged again under “failure to comply with probation.”
A summons is similar to a warrant in that it demands someone attend court, however; no arrest needs to be made. The police officer simply hands the offender the document.
Addressing your address!
Clearwater RCMP would like everyone to be aware that it is important that there is a visible, readable sign posted on your house or in your yard with your address written on it.
This is for your own safety. It can be hard sometimes when the police are dispatched to your residence for an emergency and cannot locate your house.
The police have GPS systems in their vehicles, which give them a reference point. However; these are not exactly accurate. The quicker we pinpoint your house, the quicker we can help you.