Bareneed man breaches court orders
The Trinity Conception District RCMP answered 129 calls for service during the week of Oct. 19-25. The following is a snapshot of several investigations over the last week which highlights the nature of some calls we received and identifies incidents that the public can possibly help us with by providing information.
Calls for service included 11 false alarms, 22 traffic related complaints, and 10 motor vehicle collisions.
• Received a call of a break and entry into a cabin in the Long Pond area in Marysvale. Several cabins had been entered in this area. Police are looking for a stereo and a microwave stand taken in this break and enter.
• Received a call of another break and enter into a cabin in the same area. Taken from this cabin was a compound mitre saw, a 36-inch LCD TV, a flashlight, circular saw, cordless drill, and a compressor.
• Received a call of a break and enter into a cabin on Mill Road in the Georgetown area. Taken in this break and enter was a lawn mower and some gas cans.
• Officers are investigating a break and enter into a business in the Small Point area. Taken from this break and enter was a quantity of cigarettes.
• Officers arrested a 37 year old Harbour Grace man after he allegedly struck another person with a shovel. The incident occurred in the Harbour Grace area and the man was held and released on conditions. The man is charged with two counts of uttering threats and one count of assault with a weapon. He is due in court Nov. 21.
• Received a report of a break and entry into a business in South River. Taken in this break and entry was a set of golf clubs and car parts.
• Received a call of a missing person overdue from a hunting trip. This occurred in the Bay Roberts area. Volunteers with Avalon North Wolverines Search and Rescue assisted in locating the man very quickly. The man was able to walk out of the woods following search lights that had been provided by the RCMP and Wolverines.
• Received a call of a break and entry in progress in North River. A neighbor observed a male kicking in the front door of a residence in North River and then leave the scene, getting into a white Honda Civic. The male was seen by the neighbour who scared off the would- be thief. The male is described as tall, clean cut with brown hair, wearing a Sean John-style coat and baggy jeans.
• Officers arrested a 19 year old Heart’s Delight man for breach of undertaking. The male was arrested at the Harbour Grace detachment after he failed to abide by conditions of a previous release and undertaking. The male was held for court and denied bail. He was later released by the court on a recognizance and is due back Nov. 21.
• Officers arrested and charged two male youths ages 15 and 16 after they allegedly assaulted a 13 year old male on the parking lot of the TC Square in Carbonear. The 13 year old was treated at the Carbonear hospital for injuries received in the assault. Court date is pending for the males.
• Officers charged a 22 year old Tilton man with possession of marijuana after a traffic check. The vehicle was checked on the wharf in Upper Island Cove. The male was released for court on Dec. 19.
• Received a complaint of a break and entry into a cabin located Georgetown. Taken was a DVD player.
• Officers arrested a 49 year old male of Bareneed after a traffic stop on Veterans Memorial Highway near Harbour Grace. The male was on a recognizance not to drive or carry weapons. The male who was dressed in a costume, had several knives on his person and was operating a motor vehicle at the time. The male was charged with breaching his recognizance and was held for court. A bail hearing was to take place on Oct 28.
• Received a call of a break and entry into a residence in Bay Roberts. Taken was a Sanyo television.
• Officers arrested a 30 year old Marysvale man for breaching his probation order. The male was arrested and charged after the RCMP received a complaint the male had breached a condition of his probation order. The accused was held for a bail hearing.
• Received a complaint of a break and entry into a shed located near a cabin in Western Bay. Taken was a
If your community or community group is looking for RCMP involvement in your event you may contact the Trinity Conception offices at Bay Roberts (786-2118) or Harbour Grace (596-5014). You may also contact the community policing officer directly at 589-5635.
Trinity Conception RCMP would like to remind members of the general public that they are encouraged to report any information regarding suspicious or criminal activity to their local detachment. You can report your information in person, by phone or you can be anonymous by calling Crime Stoppers at 1-800222- 8477. You can go online at www. nlcrimestoppers. com, or www.rocktips.ca