Period Covering 19 May to 26 May 2010 Inclusive
The following is a synopsis for calls for service for Queens District RCMP:
There were 43 calls for service during the above noted time period
Liverpool: 25 calls
Brooklyn: 2 calls
Milton: 3 calls
Caledonia: 1 call
Greenfield: 1 call
Mill Village: 1 call
White Point: 3 calls
Port Mouton: 2 calls
Pleasant River: -2 calls
Labelle: 1 call
Riverdale: 1 call
Hwy 103 (Danesville): 1 call
Notable files are:
On the 18th of May, the beginning of Canada Road Safety Week, Queens RCMP invited the Nova Scotia Motor Vehicle Compliance Inspection Unit to the area. Members from Queens and South Shore Traffic Services assisted the Inspection Unit in a checkpoint on Highway 3 in Sandy Cove. A total of 16 Summary Offence Tickets were written for various offences, 6 motor vehicles were rejected due to equipment deficiencies and 1 vehicle towed as it was unsafe on the road. South Shore Traffic Services conducted enforcement efforts on Highway 3 in Brooklyn, Highway 8 in Milton and at the 3 way stop sign in Liverpool. A further 18 Summary Tickets were issued for various offences such as speeding, non usage of seatbelts, and a variety of Motor Vehicle Act offences.
On the 20th of May 2010 Police were called to Western Head after witnesses observed two males carrying a small gas generator. Although the two individuals were not located, the generator was found and it was learned that it was stolen from a shed nearby. This matter remains under investigation and the public’s help is sought in identifying these suspects.
On the 21st day of May a 23 year old female resident of Milton lodged a complaint of sexual assault to Queens RCMP. It is alleged that the 58 yr old father of her boyfriend committed a sexual assault on her. A 58 yr old resident of Milton was arrested and charges are pending against him.
On the 21st of May Police responded to a disturbance on Main Street in Liverpool where a large crowd was gathering. Police dispersed most of the crowd however two intoxicated males were arrested and lodged in cells for causing a disturbance. Both a 15 yr old young male and a 39 yr old male were released the next morning and charges are pending against both.
Queens RCMP are investigating a number of property damage complaints within the boundaries of Liverpool. Two windows were damaged at the new Visitor Information centre, a window smashed at the Family Resource Centre and a window smashed out at the Fort Point Lighthouse. The RCMP is asking for the public’s help in determining who is responsible for these acts. The damages occurred between the 23rd of May and the 25th of May.
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.