Alberta man arrested for uttering threats via text message to Carbonear resident
dence in Spaniard’s Bay was reported to the RCMP. A variety of tools and electronics were taken. The matter is currently under investigation. Oct. 28 • RCMP received a complaint of a roaming dog in Carbonear. The dog allegedly had chased people and jumped at cars in the past. Police are investigating the latest incident.
• Trinity Conception RCMP arrested a 19- year- old Heart’s Delight man for breach of recognizance. The man went to the RCMP detachment in Harbour Grace to fulfill release conditions, which included no drinking. While there it was noticed he had been drinking. The man was arrested and held for a bail hearing. Bail was denied, and he was scheduled to appear Nov. 4. Oct. 29 • Damage to a living room window in a home in Victoria was reported to the RCMP. During the evening someone had thrown a rock through the window. An investigation was conducted and a 19- year-old Salmon Cove man was later arrested and charged with damage to property. The accused was held for court.
• A 28-year-old Carbonear man was arrested for breach of recognizance and uttering threats at a residence in Carbonear. The accused was held for a bail hearing and was denied bail. Bail has been set over until Nov. 8, and a psychiatric assessment.
•A 25-year-old Spaniard’s Bay man was arrested at a Shearstown residence after a complaint had been received of criminal harassment and damage to property. The male was charged with the two offences and released to appear in court Dec. 19.
• RCMP received a complaint someone was uttering threats via text messages. The threatening text messages were being sent to a Carbonear resident. The messages were being sent from Alberta and a 32-year-old male living in Wood Buffalo, Alberta was arrested and held in custody in that province. The accused was also held on outstanding warrants. Oct. 30 • RCMP arrested and charged a 53-year-old Butlerville man after a traffic stop in Spaniard’s Bay. The man was charged with impaired driving and driving with over 80 mg. of alcohol. A driving suspension was issued and the man is due to appear in court Dec. 19. Oct. 31 • RCMP arrested a 19-year-old Salmon Cove man after a complaint was received for uttering threats. The male was charged with two counts of uttering threats and three counts of breaching an undertaking. He was held for court.police arrested a 45-year-old Marysvale man at the courthouse in Harbour Grace. The male was observed breaching a court order while at the courthouse and was arrested and held in custody. The defendant was due back in court Nov. 2. Nov. 1 • RCMP arrested a 25-year-old Spaniard’s Bay man at his home in that community. The male had allegedly breached a release condition from an incident that had occurred on Oct. 29. The accused was held in custody for a bail hearing. New commander RCMP have welcomed a new district commander for Trinity Conception.
Staff Sergeant Austin “Bud” Bennett is a 24-year veteran of the RCMP. He was born and raised in Corner Brook and has been sta- tioned in Nova Scotia and Newfoundland. His last post was Marine Operations and Border Integrity in Burin. Community Policing events If your community or community group is looking for RCMP involvement in your event, you may contact the Trinity Conception offices at Bay Roberts, 7862118 or Harbour Grace, 596-5014. You may also contact the Community Policing Officer directly at 589-5635. Reporting crime Trinity Conception RCMP would like to remind the general public that 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. You can go online at www. nlcrimestoppers. com or www.rocktips.ca . Crime stoppers NL is now on twitter and face book.
Const. John Clarke Community Policing and
Drug Awareness Officer Trinity Conception District