Bay Roberts man charged with threat­en­ing Spa­niard’s Bay woman

The Compass - - NEWS -

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

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.­crimestop­

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