Bay Roberts man charged with threatening Spaniard’s Bay woman
From June 29 to July 8, Trinity Conception District RCMP responded to 169 complaints and calls for service. Routine everyday traffic enforcement duties are not included in that total. The following is a snapshot of several investigations over the last week, which highlight the nature of some calls received and identify incidents the public can possibly help with by providing information.
June 29 - The driver of a vehicle, which left the scene of a two-vehicle accident in Carbonear before police arrived, has been charged under the Highway Traffic Act with “ failure to stop or remain at an accident scene.”
A short time later police located the other vehicle and driver.
RCMP received a complaint of theft in Bay Roberts. A registration sticker was cut from a license plate, attached to a vehicle.
June 30 - Theft of a purse from a shopping cart at the T.C. Square Mall in Carbonear was reported to the RCMP.
July 1 - Property damage to a vehicle parked outside a residence in Carbonear was reported to the RCMP. The vehicle had damage to the driver’s side door, and the front fender.
A person in Coley’s Point reported theft of
a bank card.
July 2 - RCMP received a complaint from Spaniard’s Bay of uttering threats to cause death and or bodily harm. A 22-yearold man from Bay Roberts came home from Alberta and made threats to harm a 21-year-old Spaniard’s Bay woman. Police arrested the accused, who will appear in court Aug. 2.
Break and enter into a cabin in Western Bay was reported to the RCMP. The cabin window was broken out and the front door was damaged.
Four tires were slashed on a vehicle parked outside a residence in Harbour Grace.
Theft of lumber in Spaniard’s Bay was reported to the RCMP. Approximately 25-30 pieces of lumber is missing from the complainant’s back yard.
July 3 - A trailer in Spaniard’s Bay was broken into and entered. Items are missing from the trailer as well as a propane tank.
Cst Vicki Chalker Community Policing Officer Trinity Conception District
RCMP (709)786-2118 (709) 589-5635 cell Vicki.Chalker@rcmp-grc.gc.ca
On the same date, a second report of a break and enter into another trailer was reported to police, also in Spaniards Bay. Items were stolen from that trailer including, a television, two propane tanks and a Coleman’s stove.
July 4 - Property damage to a Carbonear residence was reported to the RCMP. A rock was thrown threw a bathroom window.
A boat was stolen in Harbour Grace. Two males were located in the boat on Lady Lake. A 13-year male youth from Butlerville was arrested for theft and his court date is set for Aug. 16. A 19-year-old man from Harbour Grace was arrested for theft, two counts of breach of probation and one count of breach of a court order. The Harbour Grace man was brought to court July 6, where he pleaded guilty to all charges, and was sentenced to three months secure custody and two years probation.
Theft from Shoppers Drug Mart in Carbonear was reported to police. Two female suspects, both in their 30s, made off with over 30 packs of Mach3 razors, and other items from the store.
July 5 - A rowboat was stolen from a cabin in North River. The boat has the name “ Katherine” painted on it.
A flower garden outside a residence in Spaniard’s Bay was damaged.
July 6 - Two sheds outside the power sub station in New Chelsea, Trinity Bay were broken into and entered. Two gas cans were stolen.
The windows at the Williams Marine store in Western Bay were damaged.
July 7 - A cabin in Carbonear was damaged. The glass in the front door was broken.
An assault was reported in Bay Roberts. A 17-year-old Byrant’s Cove man reported being punched in the face. A 22-year-old man from Tilton was arrested in connection with the assault. Court is set for Sept. 7.
Trinity Conception District RCMP would like to remind the general public they are encouraged to report any information regarding suspicious or criminal activity to their local police detachment. You can report your information in person, by phone or you can be anonymous by calling Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477. www.nlcrimestoppers.com