As­saults, ac­ci­dents top calls for An­napo­lis District RCMP

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un­der in­ves­ti­ga­tion.

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.

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