Police News –
Service de Police de Sherbrooke (SPS) is looking for a man who tried to defraud an elderly woman. The Sherbrooke woman received a phone-call from a person who said they were her grandson and that they were about to get arrested unless they could pay a hefty fine. The same man showed up at the elderly woman’s home, later that day, to go to the bank with her to take out the money. The male suspect was between 25 and 35 years of age, roughly 1.70 meters tall, 65 to 72 kilograms, and wore a dark red leather coat with black sleeves and beige pants. He was driving a grey, four door car, possibly an American model. Anyone with information can call the SPS at 819 821-5555.
Last Friday, at around 4:20 pm, an accident between a scooter and a truck at the corner of Champlain and Jean-Paul II, in Magog, led to one person being injured. The fifteen year-old on the scooter was taken to the hospital with minor injuries. On Saturday, at 1:00 in the morning, someone called the station of the Regie de police Memphremagog (RPM) to report Seen here at last Thursday’s anniversary celebration at the Colby-Curtis Museum were former councillors and mayors (l. to r.): Georges
Thetown of Stanstead held a special event along with the Colby-Curtis Museum, last Thursday evening, to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the fusion of the ‘Three Villages’. About forty residents attended the event which was held in the museum’s solarium where an exhibit of the Great Fire had been set up for the visitors. Included that a tractor trailer was immobilized on route 112, near Austin. Officers who arrived on the scene suspected the driver to be intoxicated on drugs and brought him in for further evaluation. His license was suspended for 24 hours.
Winter parking rules for the streets on the RPM’s territory come into effect on November 1st and will vary according to the municipality. among the guests were several former mayors and councillors who had lots of memories to share about the merger, including how hard they had to work to persuade many of the citizens to go along with it. Everyone attending seemed to be in agreement that the fusion has turned out to be a good thing for all.
“It was a great collaboration between the Colby-Curtis Museum and the town and I’d like to thank all the former mayors and councillors who came and spoke. It was really appreciated,” said organizer Marise Trepanier. Children aged 6 to 23 months People living with chronic illness Pregnant women Relatives of people mentioned above Relatives of children under 6 months Adults aged 60 and over Healtcare workers.
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