Queens weekly cruiser report: String of vandalism in Liverpool

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The Old Burial Ground in Liverpool was one of many spots on Main Street hit with bright green spray paint recently.  A string of vandalism hit Liverpool last week.  The paint was located on the back of the Jutland Memorial.

There were 71 calls for service from Aug. 14 to Aug. 21.


Liverpool: 34

Charleston /Mill Village: one

Milton: seven

Brooklyn/Beach Meadows: two

Greenfield/Labelle/Brookfield: six

Port Mouton/Port Joli/Port L’Hebert: one

Hunts Point/White Point/Summerville: eight

Western Head: two

Moose Harbour: one

Port Medway: one

Molega: one

Pleasant River: one

Danesville: one

Carters Beach: four


On Aug. 16 RCMP responded to a single vehicle motor vehicle accident on Old Port Mouton Road in Liverpool. A 22-year-old male suffered minor injuries as a result. The investigation is continuing and charges of impaired driving are anticipated.

On Aug. 16 RCMP responded to a domestic complaint in Milton. A twenty seven year old female was arrested at the scene and is facing charges of assault with a weapon. The accused was released on court documents for an appearance in October.

The RCMP in Queens County has responded to eight complaints of malicious damage between Aug. 14 and Aug. 19. The majority of these complaints has occurred in the Main Street and Waterloo Street areas of Liverpool and consists of street signs being damaged, flower boxes and pots being destroyed and spray painting of a vehicle. The RCMP is requesting that any person who witnesses this kind of senseless vandalism to contact police immediately.

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.





Organizations: RCMP

Geographic location: Liverpool, Charleston, Mill Village Brooklyn Port Mouton Hunts Point White Point Western Head Port Medway Old Port Mouton Road Queens Waterloo Street

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  • Grace Prine
    August 26, 2014 - 08:25

    Retiring in Liverpool, was my plan at one time, but I read about far too much vandalism. I would not be comfortable, nor feel safe, living there. Such a pity, as it has so much going for it to make it a very desirable place for retirees. The Maritime town I live in now is larger than Liverpool-Brooklyn, but many of us comfortably leave our homes and cars unlocked much of the time.