An­napo­lis RCMP


There were car crashes, tool thefts, ha­rass­ment, threats, and lots of mis­chief last week in An­napo­lis County.

An­napo­lis District RCMP re­sponded to 87 calls from April 24 to May 1, in­clud­ing 18 that were 911 re­lated, an alarm, an alarm sound­ing, four false alarms, four frauds, nine men­tal health calls, and five ut­ter­ing threats.

Po­lice also stopped seven speed­ers, checked on three sus­pi­cious ve­hi­cles, re­sponded to a ve­hi­cle break-in, dealt with six car ac­ci­dents, and checked on two peo­ple oth­ers were wor­ried about.

Fol­low­ing are a few of the calls for ser­vice: (Note: Due to the sen­si­tive na­ture of cases con­cern­ing sex­ual as­sault, chil­dren’s wel­fare and men­tal health is­sues, not all calls are con­sid­ered ap­pro­pri­ate for pub­li­ca­tion.)

-- April 25 at 9 a.m. at Middleton. Po­lice were called to a com­plaint of mis­chief where a youth had thrown a rock at his own res­i­dence. Po­lice at­tended and dealt with the mat­ter with­out in­ci­dent. No charges were laid.

-- April 25 at 11:54 a.m. at Middleton. Po­lice re­ceived a re­port of a mo­tor ve­hi­cle col­li­sion. The com­plainant went to the de­tach­ment to re­port the ac­ci­dent that oc­curred at the in­ter­sec­tion of Main Street and High­way 10. There were no in­juries. A po­lice re­port was com­pleted.

-- April 25 at 10 p.m. at Middleton. Po­lice re­ceived a re­port that a per­son was send­ing in­ap­pro­pri­ate pho­tos of the com­plainant to other peo­ple on Face­book with­out her con­sent. Po­lice de­ter­mined that the pho­tos were not of an in­ap­pro­pri­ate na­ture.

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