Clearwater RCMP receives multiple calls per week of suspected impaired drivers. With improved cell phone coverage in our area, please do not hesitate to call 911 if you believe that someone is driving while impaired. Members will respond and attempt to locate the suspected driver.
Vehicles broken into
Members received information of four vehicles that were broken into sometime between April 6 and April 8. The passenger side door windows were smashed and the contents of the glove box were gone through. These vehicles were equipped with alarm systems. However, due to the vehicles remote location there was nobody around to hear them. This serves as a reminder to remove all valuables from your vehicle.
Motorbikes on public roadway
RCMP have received complaints of people riding their uninsured motorbikes on public roadways. If a person who does not possess a valid drivers’ license is found operating a uninsured motor vehicle on public roadway, he or she could face in excess of $1,000 in fines.
Break and enter into residence
Members responded to a break and enter into a residence within a local trailer park. Upon arrival members determined the report to be false, no one had entered the house. Members patrolled the area for potential suspects but no one was located. This is another reminder to lock your doors at night and to take simple precautions around the home to prevent a potential break in from happening.