Strangeness continues in CBC Police Scanner: Part II

Back by popular demand ... our latest instalment of some of the more curious calls to police reported by the North Battleford RCMP.

Another slice of police life, courtesy of the North Battleford RCMP

Back by popular demand ... our latest instalment of some of the more curious calls to police reported by the North Battleford RCMP.

As we learned last December, in our original presentation of CBC Saskatchewan Police Scanner, police work is not all about sirens and shoot outs.

The RCMP detachment in North Battleford is often busy with reports of stolen vehicles, damage to property, noisy parties and the like. 

They can also get calls about a moose running down the street or someone complaining about being evicted from their apartment.

Dispute over the attempted borrowing of a shovel.- North Battleford RCMP

The detachment continues to provide detailed reports of calls they receive and investigate.

Here is a sampling of the more unusual items from the most recent batch of reports.

[Examples from our first police scanner feature are available by clicking on this link.]


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