• Officers are investigating a break and enter into the Frank Memorial Building in New Perlican. Taken were four chainsaws and one welder. The items belonged to the Lower trinity South Regional Development Association.
• Officers are investigating a single vehicle motor vehicle collision that occurred on Forest Road in Carbonear. A 49-year-old Carbonear man was taken to hospital with non life-threatening injuries as a result of the collision.
• Officers arrested a 59-year-old man from New Perlican for breaching an undertaking. The man was arrested in Heart’s Content. He was held for bail and latter released. Court is set for Oct. 3.
• Police attended a call of shoplifting at the Bay Roberts Shopper’s Drug Mart. A 46-year-old female from Tilton was arrested for theft under $5,000 and released for court in November.
• Officers responded to a call of a fire to a bus shelter in Heart’s Delight. Youth were seen in the shelter a few minutes before the fire.
• Officers responded to a call of damage to a vehicle in Carbonear. The call was received after several males chased another male in his vehicle. They attempted to assault the male and damaged the vehicle in the process.
• Officers are investigating damage to a vehicle that occurred in Shearstown. The vehicle was parked on Pickett’s Road and when the owner returned to the vehicle there was damage to several areas.
• Officers responded to two cabin break and enters in the New Harbour Barrens area (Old Track Road). A Coleman generator, black in colour, and a green 3.5 horsepower Game-fisher outboard were taken.
• Officers responded to a complaint of an ATV on Wharf Street in Bay Roberts. The ATV nearly collided with a vehicle.
• Officers responded to a call of a hit and run collision in Carbonear. The incident occurred on Powell’s parking lot when an unknown vehicle collided with the front of the store, causing structural damage. The vehicle left the scene.
• Officers attended a call of break and enter in a residence in Cupids. A number of tools were taken. A 28-yearold Spaniard’s Bay man was later arrested for possession of property obtained by crime. Other arrests are expected.
• Officers are investigating a complaint from the Canadian Cancer Society of unlawful collecting. The incident occurred in Northern Bay and it is alleged two females were selling Wayne Morgan CDs door-to-door on behalf of Daffodil Place. The Cancer Society has not been made aware of any such fundraiser.