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Jan. 26

Jan. 27

Jan. 28

• Com­pleted a bar com­pli­ance check in Bay Roberts. Dur­ing the club check two males were ob­served in the wash­room in pos­ses­sion of co­caine. A 43 year old male from Bay Roberts and a 26 year old male from Shearstown have been charged with pos­ses­sion of the drug and court is pend­ing on the mat­ter.

Jan. 29

• Re­ceived a call of a dis­tur­bance at a res­i­dence in Up­per Is­land Cove. A 23 year old male was ar­rested and held as a re­sult of the dis­tur­bance. The mat­ter is un­der in­ves­ti­ga­tion and charges are pend­ing.

Jan. 30

• Re­sponded to a call of a dis­tur­bance at a Car­bon­ear res­i­dence. A male claimed that threats had been made and his mother had been forced into a car. A short in­ves­ti­ga­tion re­vealed the woman was OK and had not been forced away. The mat­ter is still un­der in­ves­ti­ga­tion.

Jan. 31

• Re­sponded to a two- ve­hi­cle mo­tor ve­hi­cle col­li­sion on the main road in Cupids. One ve­hi­cle op­er­a­tor was charged un­der the High­way Traf­fic Act for hav­ing no driv­ers li­cence, in­sur­ance, or valid reg­is­tra­tion. The mat­ter re­mains un­der in­ves­ti­ga­tion. No in­juries were re­ported at the time of the in­ci­dent.

Some help­ful tips

Win­ter is fi­nally here. If you have not done so now is the time to ad­just your driv­ing. With the re­cent snow fall and more in the fore­cast, our roads will be icy and slip­pery for the next few months. Here are some safe win­ter driv­ing tips;

• All sea­son tires are not ef­fec­tive be­low seven de­grees Cel­sius. Only win­ter tires are rec­om­mended for win­ter weather. In fact, four win­ter tires must be on your ve­hi­cle. Mix­ing or match­ing tires ad­versely af­fects the han­dling of your ve­hi­cle.

• Slow down and ad­just your speed in the win­ter. Just be­cause the roads look good does not mean they are. Ice and snow drifts are al­ways haz­ardous and can not al­ways be ac­counted for on those good driv­ing days.

• Charged a 19 year old fe­male from Vic­to­ria with fraud af­ter she cashed two cheques that did not be­long to her. The com­plaint was re­ceived from the Bank of Nova Sco­tia in Car­bon­ear af­ter the owner of the cheques no­ticed money miss­ing from their ac­count. Court is pend­ing on the mat­ter.

• Re­sponded to a call of a dis­tur­bance in Ge­orge­town. A 35 year old woman from Ge­orge­town was later ar­rested and charged with a breach of un­der­tak­ing for be­ing at a res­i­dence. The woman was later re­leased by the court on an­other un­der­tak­ing and is due back in court Feb. 21.

• Re­sponded to a call of break and en­ter in Broad Cove. An el­derly woman heard some­one in the res­i­dence and af­ter check­ing dis­cov­ered a sum of money miss­ing. The sus­pect(s) had left the area and the mat­ter is un­der in­ves­ti­ga­tion.

• Re­sponded to a com­plaint of dam­age to a ve­hi­cle at the Cana­dian Food In­spec­tion Agency in Clarke’s Beach. Some­time overnight some­one had re­moved four tires and rims and drilled the gas tank, re­mov­ing the gaso­line. The mat­ter is un­der in­ves­ti­ga­tion.

• Re­sponded to a Dog Act com­plaint in Cupids. A com­plaint was re­ceived about a roam­ing dog in this par­tic­u­lar in­ci­dent the an­i­mal al­most caused a mo­tor ve­hi­cle col­li­sion. The owner was spo­ken to and the mat­ter is con­cluded. Pet own­ers are re­minded that you are re­spon­si­ble for pen­ning or teth­er­ing your an­i­mals at all times. If they should be deemed a nui­sance an­i­mal they can be seized and de­stroyed.

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