Po­lice News

Stanstead Journal - - FORUM -

Last Satur­day morn­ing, around 4:00 am, a 26 year-old from Water­ville was ar­rested in down­town Magog for drink­ing and driv­ing, los­ing his li­cense for 90 days. On Sun­day night, a nine­teen year-old man from Magog who the po­lice sus­pected was in­volved in a break-in was ar­rested while rid­ing in a ve­hi­cle. He had in his pos­ses­sion eleven metham­phetamine pills and a cell­phone, some­thing that he was not al­lowed to have fol­low­ing a court or­der.

On Satur­day night, around 11:30 pm, pa­trollers with the Regie de po­lice Mem­phrem­a­gog (RPM) found a ve­hi­cle parked at the cor­ner of Chemin des Peres and Prin­ci­pale West, in Magog. A woman sit­ting in the driver’s seat seemed to have been drink­ing and she re­fused to give a breath sam­ple. Be­cause of the re­fusal, she was ar­rested and her li­cense was sus­pended for ninety days and her ve­hi­cle was seized for thirty days.

Last Thurs­day, the Sureté du Que­bec held its an­nual lunch fundraiser for the En­traide cam­paign. Be­tween 11:30 am and 2:00 pm, of­fi­cers and vol­un­teers waited for clients in the three Louis Lun­cheonettes, of Sher­brooke. For ev­ery lunch served, a dol­lar was do­nated to En­traide. Last year, the SQ raised more than $12,000 for the En­traide cam­paign through sev­eral ac­tiv­i­ties, two thirds of the money com­ing from the pock­ets of the of­fi­cers and civil em­ploy­ees of the Estrie SQ.

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