Assaults, accidents top calls for Annapolis District RCMP
at Middleton. Police charged a 46-year-old woman with assault after an altercation at a business in Middleton. The woman will appear in provincial court at a later date.
at Carleton Corner. Police received a call to check out an abandoned vehicle that had been reportedly left for five days. Police patrolled and were able to contact the registered owner and advised if the vehicle wasn’t moved it would be towed at the owner’s expense.
at Deep Brook. Police were called to a complaint of threats. Police went to the scene and as a result of an investigation have arrested a 36-year-old man and charged him with two counts of assault as well as failing to comply with a probation order. He will appear in court at a later date.
Oct. 11 at 2:05 p.m. Oct. 12 at 11:51 a.m. Oct. 13 at 11:51 a.m.
at Inglesville. Police were called to a single-vehicle crash. The caller advised he had been delivering mail and had come across a blue Ford truck upside down in a field. There were no injuries or entrapment. There were four people standing around the vehicle. Police went to the scene where the driver said that he had lost his breaking.
Oct. 13 at 11:48 a.m.
at Carleton Corner. Police were called to a traffic hazard on Rice’s Road. They reported there was a half-load of gravel that had been dumped on the roadway. The Department of Transportation was advised and went to remove the gravel.
Oct. 13 at 5:51 p.m.
at Wright’s Lake. Police were advised of an abandoned vehicle on Highway 101. Police located the vehicle and were able to contact the registered owner who said the vehicle was not operational. Police had the vehicle towed as it presented a hazard on the highway.
at Wilmot. Police were called to a break-and-enter in progress. Police went to the scene and spoke to the caller who said an unknown person drove into her driveway, opened the garage door and entered the garage. He also checked both front and back door of the house. The person did not gain entry to the house and then left in a silver-coloured car heading towards Middleton. Police checked the garage and determined nothing was missing. Additional police made patrols of the area but were unable to locate a vehicle matching the description provided.
at Upper Granville. Police received a complaint of fraud over the telephone. The complainant had received a call from a man reporting that he was with Bell advising the complainant that she’d made an over payment on her last phone bill. He requested her credit card information so as to return the overpayment. The complainant did not comply and hung up on the person.
Oct. 13 at 7:56 p.m. Oct. 14 at 12:21 a.m. Oct. 14 at 9:56 a.m.
at Middleton. Police were called to a 911 hang-up call from a business. Police went to the scene and learned that store employees had been dealing with a disgruntled shopper who had since left. The business did not want to pursue the matter further. They were advised of their options should they wish to stop the person returning to their business.
at Lawrencetown. Police received a call about noise. Police were not able to go to the scene at that time due to call volume, but a patrol was made later in the evening and there was nothing heard at that time.
Oct. 14 at 10:02 a.m. Oct. 14 at 9:16 p.m.
at Wilmot. Police received a complaint of mischief where someone had been dumping their garbage on the complainant’s property. This had happened on two occasions – two bags the first time, and three or four the second time. The file is under investigation.
at Kejimkujik. Police were called to a 911 single-vehicle crash where a vehicle went off the road and hit a tree in the national park. The female driver and two children were not seriously injured. EHS attended as well.
Oct. 15 at 4:19 p.m. Oct. 15 at 1:04 p.m.