A brief overview of what has occurred with Codiac Regional RCMP over the weekend from the period of Friday April 5th at 1600hrs to Monday April 8th at 0800hrs for your info:

160 files created as a result of calls for service, of those:
2 robbery with weapon (although not seen, MacDonald's Restaurant Dieppe and Ultramar Dieppe) 
0 assault causing bodily harm 
0 aggravated assault 
5 assault investigations 
3 sexual assault investigation 
0 luring minors over internet 
0 assault on police officer 
6 investigations of uttering threats against a person 
0 sudden death investigations 
3 missing persons (all located) 
1 criminal harassment investigations 
1 break & enters (1 garage) 
3 possible impaired drivers 
5 collisions; 1 with injury, 1 property damage reportable, 3 non reportable 
0 fail to stop/remain at accident scene 
10 false/abandoned 911 call 
1 persons related to mental health 
1 vehicle reported stolen (1 car) 
3 theft from vehicle 
6 theft under $5000.00 investigations 
1 theft over $5000.00 investigations 
4 theft under (shoplifting) 
0 fraud investigation under $5000.00 
0 fraud investigation over $5000.00 
9 mischief investigations - damage to property 
0 public mischief investigation 
6 false alarms 
9 assistance general public 
6 intoxicated persons detention act 
11 suspicious person/vehicle/property investigations 
3 disturbing the peace 
4 municipal by-laws 
13 persons detained in cells

OCC stats from Friday midnight to Sunday midnight:
Admin calls - 1428
911 calls - 477
Fire - 37
PDRM (police radio monitor) - 1270

Un piéton meurt de ses blessures à Moncton http://www.infomedia.gc.ca/rcmp-grc/articles/unrestricted/2013/04/rcm20134838321975_39.htm
Un homme âgé de 25 ans de Moncton est décédé de ses blessures à l'hôpital après avoir été heurté par un véhicule vendredi matin. Vers 2 h 40, des policiers se sont rendus sur les lieux d'une collision sur la promenade Elmwood, près de l'intersection de la rue Cross. Une minifourgonnette roulant en direction sud avait heurté un piéton. L'homme a subi des blessures graves. Il a été transporté à l'hôpital où il a reposé dans un état critique avant de succomber à ses blessures. La victime aurait été sur la chaussée, mais pas dans une traverse pour piétons. Un expert en reconstitution des collisions de la GRC s'est rendu sur les lieux. 

Apartment fire contained
A cooking fire in a Riverview apartment building triggered a major emergency response Saturday evening. Fortunately, there were no injuries and the damage was largely contained to one basement apartment of the building at the corner of Pine Glen Road and Lumsden Road. Riverview Fire Rescue, Codiac Regional RCMP, and Ambulance New Brunswick responded to the call at about 7:30 p.m.

8th Hussars receive Freedom of the City: Time-honoured tradition, presentation of ... 
The calm of a Sunday afternoon was broken by a police officer's barked command. "Identify your unit!" she demanded, as she stood guarding the gates of Moncton city hall, a lone sentinel staring down a group of men and women wearing combat fatigues and brandishing automatic rifles. Fortunately, they were friends, not foes, the 8th Canadian Hussars (Princess Louise's) and affiliated units, re-enacting a centuries old tradition with the help of Codiac Regional RCMP Superintendent Marlene Snowman. As the Codiac detachment's commanding officer, Snowman is the modern equivalent of the chief constables who used to meet and challenge military units as they approached a city's gates. Satisfied the armed formation represented no threat, Snowman escorted the Hussars' commanding officer Lt.-Col. Don Bourque into city hall, so he could be formally granted the Freedom of the City by Moncton Mayor George LeBlanc and Dorchester Mayor Jerome Bear. Dorchester's mayor was present because in the early days of the Hussars' history, Dorchester was the shiretown and major centre in Westmorland County...............

Police receive reports of naked man: Officers unable to find suspect, but may have... 
When police were called about a naked man walking around Moncton's north end Wednesday night, they were unable to find him. But they may have found his clothes. And if he wants them back, he's welcome to go talk to the police about picking them up. "We've seized the clothes, and if the person wants to claim them, he's free to come to Codiac RCMP headquarters," said Const. Damien Theriault. The incident occurred around 11:30 p.m. on Wednesday.................

Woman faces charge after girls struck
A Moncton woman has been charged in relation to an assault involving a vehicle that occurred in Moncton on Feb. 22. Nadia Mallaley, 19, appeared in Moncton provincial Court yesterday to answer to two counts of dangerous operation of a vehicle causing bodily harm, two counts of aggravated assault and one count of failure to stop at the scene of an accident. At around 11 p.m. on the night of the incident, Codiac RCMP members were dispatched to King Street following a report of a hit and run. The investigation revealed that two teenage girls were hit by a vehicle. They were taken to hospital and later released. The matter was adjourned to May 15, at 9:30 a.m. when Mallaley is expected to enter a plea

Heed the lessons of intelligent policing http://www.infomedia.gc.ca/rcmp-grc/articles/unrestricted/2013/04/rcm20134139620102_40.htm
Four years ago, Saint John introduced intelligence-based policing, using computers to track crimes. With this data, the force has been able to shift resources to areas of higher crime and check emerging trends by changing strategies. This good news story could be even better if administrators would use what they've learned to restructure. At full staffing, the Saint John Police Force deploys 155 uniformed men and women to police approximately 70,000 people. To put that in perspective, the Codiac RCMP in Greater Moncton polices approximately 125,000 people with 143 officers. If the Saint John Police Force's size were calculated according to a standard measure - the number of police per 100,000 citizens - its size would be 233. Comparable Canadian cities such as Sudbury and London, Ont. are rated at 158 and 155 officers, respectively. Other jurisdictions have replaced up to 40 per cent of their uniformed officers with civilian employees - in part, because intelligence-based policing has reduced the need to keep lots of officers out on patrol. In Saint John, the police and police commission continue to insist that this city may need more officers per capita than other communities, citing its large geographic footprint, port and heavy industry, and the level of poverty. Intelligence-based policing is rendering these factors irrelevant. As the force modernizes, we believe it should also be right-sized by freeing officers of duties that can be performed by civilians. The strategy is working elsewhere; it can work here, too. © 2013 Telegraph-Journal (New Brunswick)

Transit bus collides with car
Several people were injured yesterday afternoon when a bus collided with a vehicle at a Moncton intersection. The incident occurred at the intersection of Morton Avenue and McLaughlin Road just before 2:30 p.m. Codiac RCMP Const. Damien Theriault said the bus was turning right, travelling from Morton onto McLaughlin, when it hit the car. "The collision occurred due to a medical issue with the bus driver," Theriault said. The bus was not in service, but three Codiac Transpo employees were on board. Police, firefighters and paramedics responded. People from both vehicles were taken to hospital. Police don't believe their injuries were major

Windows smashed
A man was arrested yesterday afternoon after smashing car windshields with a hammer in a Moncton parking lot. "Just after 2:30 p.m., we had a report of an individual smashing windows of vehicles at NBCC on Mountain Road," said Codiac RCMP Const. Damien Theriault. Police found the suspect immediately and arrested him without incident. The 51-year-old man was taken into custody and mischief charges are anticipated. At least five vehicles were damaged. 

Drug dealer sentenced to prison: Man arrested during raid of after-hours club in M... 
A drug dealer was sentenced to two years in prison yesterday for selling his product to undercover police officers in winter of 2012. Nathanual Michael Gommer, 20, appeared before Moncton provincial court Judge Irwin Lampert for sentencing. He was supposed to stand trial last month, but instead pleaded guilty to eight charges, including three counts of trafficking cocaine, three counts of trafficking ecstasy, one count of possession of methamphetamine for the purpose of trafficking and another count of breaching an undertaking to report to police once each week......Undercover agents visited the club on Feb. 19, Feb. 25 and March 2 and bought cocaine and two ecstasy pills from Gommer each time. A search warrant was executed on March 2 and police seized alcohol and drugs and arrested several people...... 

New scam mimics police
A new Internet scam is locking computers, accusing the person of looking at pornography, and asking for a fine to a policing body, such as the RCMP, say fraud investigators. The scam locks down a computer, making it inaccessible to the user, said Const. Isabelle Beaulieu, an investigator for the New Brunswick RCMP's financial crime unit. "It's a pop-up saying you just got caught by the RCMP. You have to pay a fine to have your computer unlocked," she said. Telegraph-Journal.