Word on the Street
On April 9 police received a complaint of a stolen bicycle. The complainant advised his bicycle had been re-moved from his backyard but he later located it down his back alley. If anyone has information regarding this theft, they are asked to contact police.
On April 11 a citizen attended the detachment to report that unknown subjects had removed the valve caps and valve cores from all four tires on his work truck, leaving him with four flat tires.
On April 12 police attended a two vehicle collision at the intersection of Highway 26 and Range Road 132.
The driver of a Dodge Caravan was attempting to make a southbound turn when it was rear-ended by a GMC pickup. Two people were taken to hospital with minor injuries and the driver of the pickup was issued a violation ticket for Section 9(a) UHRRR.
On April 13 police received a report of a two vehicle collision at the intersection of Highway 36 and 51st Avenue.
An eastbound vehicle proceeded from the stop sign at the highway into the path of a northbound vehicle causing extensive damage.
Fortunately, there were no injuries but the driver of the eastbound vehicle was issued a violation ticket for Section 38(a) UHRRR.
For more see the April 17/12 issue of the Viking Weekly Review