RCMP investigate property damage, theft, uttering death threats
April 15: Trinity Conception District RCMP received a report of property damage in Grates Cove. Wood that had been cut and left on the barrens in that community was set fire.
April 16: A vehicle parked in Brigus had a hole drilled into the gas tank.
Anyone with any information pertaining to the above investigations is asked to contact the RCMP, Crime Stoppers at 1 800 222-TIPS or www.rocktips.ca
A 48-year-old Adam’s Cove man was arrested for uttering threats to cause death to a woman in that community. Court is set for June 1.
The tailgate of a 2001 White Dodge Dakota Sport Pick Up was stolen in Harbour Grace. Anyone with any information pertaining to this investigation is asked to contact the RCMP, Crime Stoppers or rocktips.ca.
April 17: RCMP received a report of breach of a court order in the town of Harbour Grace. A 46-year-old Upper Island Cove man breached his court conditions on two occasions. The man was arrested and is scheduled to appear in court May 4.
While on patrol, RCMP observed a person operating an all terrain vehicle on the road, and doing “wheelies.” The ATV was pulled off the road, and an RCMP officer spoke to the driver.The vehicle was not registered and was towed. The driver of the ATV was issued a provincial ticket for operating an unregistered vehicle.
April 21: A vehicle parked in a residential driveway in New Perlican was scratched overnight. Anyone with any information, please contact the RCMP, Crime Stoppers or rocktips.ca.
The Music Plus store in Bay Roberts had a window broken overnight. Anyone with any information, please contact the RCMP, Crime Stoppers or rocktips.ca.
April 27: DARE graduation at Amalgamated Academy, Bay Roberts. Three classes of Grade 6 students will graduate from the 10-week DARE (Drug Awareness and Resistance Education) Program.
April 29: DARE graduation at All Hallows Elementary, North River. Three classes of Grade 6 students will graduate from the Drug Awareness and Resistance Education Program.
April 26 - May 2: National Victims of Crime Awareness Week.
April 28: Cst. Chalker will be giving presentations at Carbonear Collegiate on over the counter drug and prescription drug abuse. May 10 -16: is Police Week. Police Week began in 1970 and promotes police and community working together to enhance public safety and security.
Police also take this opportunity to highlight the services and technology that they provide.
This year, May 10 to 16, marks Police Week, which is dedicated to strengthening police-community ties. This special week reminds us that police-community cooperation is the key to safer homes and safer communities.
Community Policing Officer Cst. Vicki Chalker, Trinity Conception District RCMP can be reached at (709) 786-2118 or by email at: Vicki.Chalker@rcmpgrc.gc.ca