There were 49 calls for service from Feb. 27 to March 6.
Charleston /Mill Village: four
Port Medway: two
Port Mouton: five
White Point/Hunts Point/Summerville: two
On Feb. 27, police responded to a complaint of an impaired driver in the Sobey’s parking lot. The suspect was able to return to his residence prior to being located by police but follow-up was conducted and the suspect counselled as charges were not supportable in the circumstances.
On Feb. 28, an intoxicated Milton man was arrested and spent the night in police custody after failing to avail of earlier offer to remain at a third party location as long as he kept the peace. The man was involved in an argument in Milton at 1:30 a.m. and was then arrested after causing a disturbance by banging on doors in Milton at 3 a.m..
On March 3 at around midnight, police responded to a call of an unresponsive man in the street on Summer Street. The man was intoxicated and found to be subject of a Conditional Sentence Order including conditions that he abstain from alcohol. The man was taken to court in Bridgewater but was released.
On March 3, police responded with other emergency services to Central Port Mouton for a call of a man overboard from a lobster rig off the coast. The victim was recovered by fishermen and returned to the dock where he was evacuated to Halifax via Canadian Forces Search and Rescue. Despite extensive resuscitative efforts the man died as a result of the occurrence. Foul play was not involved and the police investigation is concluded. The matter was independently investigated by the Provincial Department of Labour.
On March 5, a Liverpool woman’s uncle broke down her residence door and assaulted her. The man was arrested and charges were laid.
On March 5, a fight broke out at Queens Place. An off-duty member broke-up the initial skirmish then on-duty members arrived and made arrests. A 19 year old man face charges as a result.
Sometime overnight March 5, someone broke into the Riverbank General Store in Mill Village. Investigation is underway.
If you have any information on any crime, please contact crime stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 or Queens District RCMP at 902-354-5721.