Sept. 28 • Damage to political campaign signs in the area was reported to the RCMP. Signs were damaged, taken out of the ground and pushed over. The public is encouraged to report any vandalism to any public signs in their area.
• A 23-year-old Victoria man was sentenced to house arrest after being charged with theft and breach of probation. The accused was arrested for shoplifting at Shoppers Drug Mart in Carbonear. The defendant was held for bail and bail was denied. Sept. 29 • RCMP arrested a 30-year-old Marysvale man after receiving complaints of harassing phone calls. The man was arrested for four breaches of undertaking and held for court. The court remanded the man into custody. Sept. 30 • An ATV operator was issued two traffic tickets for operating on a roadway and having no valid insurance. RCMP seized the ATV that was being operated on a roadway on Lower Southside Road in Carbonear.
• A 20-year-old female from Marysvale was charged with theft under $5,000 and released to appear in court Nov. 7. The accused was arrested for shoplifting at Harbourview Grocery in Clarke’s Beach. Oct. 1 • RCMP received a complaint of vandalism to the Salvation Army Church sign in Lower Island Cove. Sometime overnight vandals damaged the sign. The matter is under investigation. Oct. 2 • RCMP responded to a single motor vehicle collision on Route 70 in Broad Cove at Mully Cove Road. A 23-yearold male from Broad Cove received non life-threatening injuries and was taken by ambulance to the hospital.
Twenty-six traff ic related complaints, 10 motor vehicle collisions and nine false alarms were among the 122 calls Trinity Conception District RCMP answered between Sept. 28 and Oct. 4.
The following is a sample of some of the investigations over the last week, which highlights the nature of the calls, received and identifies incidents the public can possibly help with by providing information.