Police News – Police called to calm Police school grads
OnMay 28th, around 7:40 am, the Regie de police Memphremagog (RPM) was called to the Camp de vacances Jouvence, in Orford, because of an altercation between two people. Two students from a graduating group with the Techniques policieres program at College Maisonneuve had a physical fight and a verbal argument. One of the two was hurt but neither wanted to lay charges and the altercation ended when the police arrived. On May 30th, around 1:40 am, the RPM questioned a man who was found sleeping in his vehicle in a parking lot in downtown Magog. The officers noticed the presence of cannabis in the vehicle and the 34 year-old man was arrested for simple possession.
Regie de police Memphremagog is holding its annual free shredding of documents, this Saturday June 4th, from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm, in the parking lot of the Galeries Orford, on Sherbrooke Street in Magog. People and businesses from Magog, Austin, Orford and Ste-Catherine-de-Hatley are welcome to bring their documents
with personal information that they want to get rid of safely. Papers should be brought in strong cardboard boxes, two boxes maximum per person. The safe shredding of documents is a good way to prevent fraud and identity theft.
Last Thursday, the Sureté du Quebec carried out an operation in an apartment on St-Jacques North, in Coaticook. On site, the police found four hundred cannabis plants and several kilos of marijuana in bulk, including 800 grams of buds ready for sale. The two occupants of the apartment, a 30 year-old man and a 26 year-old woman, were arrested.