Weekly notes from the Masset and Queen Charlotte RCMP

During the week from October 10th to October 16th, 2011, Queen Charlotte RCMP responded to 17 calls for service.

During the week from October 10th to October 16th, 2011, Queen Charlotte RCMP responded to 17 calls for service.

Some of these were:

– On October 11, RCMP responded to a complaint of a theft at QCSS. Police are still investigating.

– On October 11 at four p.m., RCMP responded to a complaint of ongoing harassment on Park Rd in Sandspit. Police are still investigating.

– On October 13 at noon, RCMP attended to a sudden death in the 300blk of 2nd Ave in Queen Charlotte. The death was not suspicious.

– On October 13 at three p..m., RCMP received a complaint of erratic driving on Oceanview Dr. in Queen Charlotte.

– On October 14 at 4:20 p.m., RCMP received a complaint of a vicious dog in the 600blk of Oceanview Dr where a German Shepard cross bit a person who was walking on the street. Police are investigating under the Community Charter.

– On October 15at five a.m., RCMP received a complaint of a fight in the 500blk of Skidegate heights.

– On October 15 at one p.m., RCMP received a complaint of a motor vehicle accident at Wharf & Causeway in Queen

Charlotte where a car ran into two parked vehicles. The driver of the car was stopped a short distance away and issued a 24hr suspension from driving under section 215 of the Motor Vehicle Act.

– On October 15 at three p.m., RCMP received a complaint of breach of probation in Sandspit. Investigation determined that a breach did not occur.

– On October 16 at one a.m., RCMP responded to an intoxicated male in the area of 3rd and 2nd Ave in Skidegate. A local adult male was arrested for breaching his undertaking. He was held to appear in front of a Justice of the Peace who released him to appear in court at a later date.

 

During the week from October 10th to October 16th, 2011, Masset RCMP responded to 27 calls for service.

Some of these were:

– On October 10 at 11 a.m., RCMP responded to a complaint of a break and enter and theft on Hwy 16

– On October 10 at 3:30 p.m., RCMP responded to a complaint of a stolen bicycle in the 2200blk of Harrison Ave.

– On October 11at 10 a.m., RCMP received a complaint of a bear in the area of new town. Conservation Officer Service was advised of the public safety concern for their action.

– On October 11 at six p.m., RCMP received a complaint of a quad being operated on Eagle Ave.

– On October 13 at 1:50 a.m., RCMP attended to a disturbance in the 1800blk of Cedar Cres. An adult male was arrested and held until he was sober at which point he was released.

– On October 15 at one a.m., RCMP attended to the 1500blk of Old Beach Rd for a disturbance. An adult male was arrested for being intoxicated in public and held until he was sober.

– On October 15 at 1:20 a.m., RCMP received a complaint of an assault with a weapon which occurred on Harrision Ave. Police are still investigating.

– On October 15th at 11:30 a.m., RCMP received two complaints of slashed tires on vehicles that had been parked at the  Mile Zero pub the night before.

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