Period Covering 22 April to 28 April 2010 Inclusive
The following is a synopsis for calls for service for Queens District RCMP:
There were forty-one (41) calls for service during the above noted time period
Liverpool: 21 calls
Brooklyn: 2 calls
Beach Meadows: 1 call
Milton: 4 calls
Caledonia: 5 calls
Greenfield: 1 call
Mill Village: 2 calls
White Point: 2 calls
Port Mouton: 3 calls
Notable files are:
On the 22nd of April Police responded to an assault that occurred at a local establishment in Port Mouton involving two female co-workers. There were no injuries sustained and Police are continuing the investigation.
On the 22nd of April Police arrested an 18 yr old male in Liverpool after he was found breaching a condition of his undertaking. He was charged and will be appearing in court at a later date.
A break and enter into a cottage at the Ponhook Lodge Compound was reported to Police. Two youth were identified and admitted to this crime. They will be processed through the Youth Criminal Justice system.
An assault occurred at a residence in Port Medway where a young female alleged that she was assaulted by her brother. He was under the influence of alcohol at the time of the alleged assault. Police arrested him and will be charging him with assault and breach of probation as a condition of his probation order was not to consume alcohol.
An adult male was approached outside a local establishment in Liverpool and Police found him to be under the influence of alcohol. He too was found to be in violation of a probation order not to consume alcohol and was arrested and lodged in Police cells for the night.
Department of Fisheries and Oceans Officers (DFO) were in the Caledonia area when they noted the vehicle in front of them to be swerving back and forth in the driving lane. Police were called to assist and the driver arrested for impaired driving. He has been charged with impaired driving after he blew approximately 3 times over the legal limit of .08 mgs.
On Monday the 26th of April Police were called to a residence in Eagle Head at approximately 3:30am. A male resident was alleged to have made threats to other occupants of the residence, thus he was arrested. A search of the residence resulted in the seizure of a number of long guns, one of which was unsafely stored in accordance with legislation. The matter is still under investigation by Police.
Police are reminding and urging gun owners to ensure their firearms are properly stored in accordance with the legal requirements. If Police respond to a call to a residence and observe a firearm not properly stored, charges could be laid.
On Wednesday night Police responded to a disturbance at a Brooklyn residence where it is alleged that one of the male occupants, who was under the influence of alcohol, assaulted another resident at that home. An adult male was arrested and lodged in Police cells and was released Thursday morning on an Undertaking with conditions.
If you have information on these crimes or any others please contact Queens RCMP at 354-5721 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477
Jeff Wells, S/Sgt.