During this reporting period, MPS:
- Conducted 3 compliance check for travelers who were under a Mandatory Isolation Order.
During this reporting period, MPS issued:
- One ticket for Speeding (105 km/hr in a 70 km/hr zone) which carries a fine of $508
- Two tickets for Speeding (96 km/hr in a 70 km/hr zone) which carry fines of $391 each
- One ticket for Drive While Disqualified which carries a fine of $672 and a 30-day vehicle impound
- One ticket for Drive Without a valid Driver’s License which carries a fine of $298
- One ticket for Failing to Stop at a Stop Sign which carries a fine of $203
- One ticket for Drive an Unregistered Vehicle which carries a fine of $298
October 25th, 2021
Police received a complaint of a male checking vehicles along Parkhill Drive. Police patrolled the area but were unable to locate the individual.
October 27th, 2021
Morden Police Service received a report of a scam. The victim stated that they received a phone call from someone that appeared to be a contact in his phone and gave out personal information to the caller. The victim then purchased a $50 Apple gift card and sent the security code to the caller. Shortly after, the victim realized this was a scam and called police.
Police issued a warrant of arrest for 24-year-old Andrew DUECK from Altona for failing to attend Morden Police Service for identification on October 26th.
At 4:30 pm, police received a report of a hit and run. The caller stated that she was driving west on Conner Hill Drive when a white Ford F150 that was backing out of a driveway, backed into the rear passenger side of her 2017 white Chevrolet Cruze and continued driving. Police located the driver of the pick-up, who stated that he was unaware that he hit someone. Both drivers attended the office to complete a traffic accident report.
At 10:07 pm, police received a call from a female requesting assistance at a residence for an annoying male. When police attended, they learned that the male lived at the residence and the female was the one causing issues. The female left the residence without incident.
October 28th, 2021
Police issued a warrant of arrest for 41-year-old Melanie Ramirez from Carman for failing to attend Morden Police Service for identification on October 26th.
At 9:33 am, Morden Police Service were dispatched to a school to assist with an agitated parent. When police attended, they found that the parent had already left. Police located the individual and informed them that they were no longer welcome at the school.
October 29th, 2021
At 3:45 pm, police received a call from a business stating that there was a male inside the business refusing to wear a mask. Police arrived but the male had already left.
October 30th, 2021
Police received a call from a female concerned about her husband’s well being while working, due to ongoing health concerns. Police located the husband and determined that he was well.
At 7:05 pm, police received a call from an individual stating that his prescription medication was stolen from his room. Police attended the location and did not observe anything suspicious. Police left the scene and received a call a short while later from the individual, who stated that he found his pills and that he had misplaced them.
October 31st, 2021
At 2:29 am, police were dispatched to a residence for a male who was intoxicated and had injured himself. Police arrived on scene and spoke with a family member of the male, who agreed to transport the male to a healthcare facility for treatment.
At 8:29 am, police received a call from a mother requesting police remove her adult son from her residence as he was intoxicated and causing a disturbance. Police attended but the male had already left.
Morden Police Service received a call from a male who stated that while he was at a restaurant, a male approached him and slapped a coffee out of his hand. The caller stated that the individual was upset at him as he was not wearing a mask. Police advised the male to walk away if this happened again, and to wear a mask when required. Police would also like to caution the public to not confront people who are in non-compliance and instead report instances to the appropriate people.
Anyone with information regarding the above incidents is asked to call the Morden Police Service at (204)822-4900, Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477, submit a secure tip online at www.manitobacrimestoppers.com or text “TIPMAN” plus your message to CRIMES (274637).