A brief overview of what has occurred with Codiac Regional RCMP over the weekend from the period of Friday January 25th at 1600hrs to Monday January 28th at 0800hrs for your info:
158 files created as a result of calls for service, of those:
• 1 robbery with weapon (MacArthurs - knife and gun mentioned, no item seen)
• 0 assault causing bodily harm
• 0 aggravated assault
• 8 assault investigations
• 0 sexual assault investigation
• 0 luring minors over internet
• 0 assault on police officer
• 5 investigations of uttering threats against a person
• 2 sudden death investigations
• 2 missing persons (2 located)
• 0 criminal harassment investigations
• 3 break & enters (3 residences)
• 4 possible impaired drivers
• 12 collisions; 2 with injury, 7 property damage reportable, 3 non reportable
• 1 fail to stop/remain at accident scene
• 11 false/abandoned 911 call
• 7 persons related to mental health
• 1 vehicle reported stolen (car) and 2 snow mobiles and trailer
• 3 theft from vehicle
• 2 theft under $5000.00 investigations
• 0 theft over $5000.00 investigations
• 2 theft under (shoplifting)
• 2 fraud investigation under $5000.00
• 0 fraud investigation over $5000.00
• 2 mischief investigations - damage to property
• 0 public mischief investigation
• 11 false alarms
• 7 assistance general public
• 5 intoxicated persons detention act
• 10 suspicious person/vehicle/property investigations
• 2 disturbing the peace
• 8 municipal by-laws
• 15 persons detained in cells
OCC stats from Friday midnight to Sunday midnight:
Admin calls - 1236
911 calls - 681
Fire - 62
PDRM (police radio monitor) - 1560
Une ado retrouvée saine et sauve
L'adolescente âgée de 14 ans qui avait été portée manquante mardi, à Dieppe, a été retrouvée saine et sauve. C'est ce qu'affirme la GRC dans un communiqué de presse publié vendredi matin. Kiana Patles avait été portée disparue peu après avoir quitté une résidence pour jeunes de Dieppe. Elle avait été vue pour la dernière fois le mardi 22 janvier, à 14 h, dans la région du chemin Dover, à Dieppe.
Protestors rally against EI changes: Saturday evening demonstration draws a few do...
Seasonal workers, their supporters and other New Brunswickers who oppose the changes to employment insurance contained in Bill C-38 that came into effect earlier this month weren't fazed by cold temperatures over the weekend. More than 50 people, holding signs with "Scrap the Changes to EI" and "Protection of the unemployed: a human right" written on them, lobbied in front of the Delta Beauséjour on Main Street in Moncton Saturday evening. The weekend demonstration, organized by SouthEast Committees Against EI Cuts, comes after a string of similar events held across the province in the last couple of months, many which have been held in front of local and federal government offices.................... Five Codiac RCMP officers were on-site at the demonstration, mainly to ensure traffic in and out of the hotel driveway wasn't impeded, as the protestors often marched around the block..............
Police are trying to locate 4 teens: Public assistance sought to find four who lef...
Codiac Regional RCMP is requesting the public's assistance to locate four teenagers who left the same youth residence in recent weeks. Over the last two weeks, 15-year-old Tyler Noel, 16-year-old Kingsley Matthews and 17-year-old Travis Timothy Prosser left without permission from the youth residence where they are required to reside. The three youths may not necessarily be together. Efforts to locate them have so far been unsuccessful. Noel is described as about five-foot-eight (173 centimetres) and weighing approximately 145 pounds (65 kilograms). He has black hair and brown eyes. Matthews is described as about six-foot-two (190 centimetres) and weighing approximately 110 pounds (49 kilograms). He has blond hair and blue eyes. Prosser is described as about six-foot-two (190 centimetres) and weighing approximately 160 pounds (72 kilograms). He has blond hair and blue eyes. Codiac RCMP is also still trying to locate 16-year-old James Hannah. On Dec. 31, 2012, he left without permission from the youth residence where he is required to reside. Hannah is described as slender, about six-feet tall (183 centimetres) and weighing approximately 145 pounds (65 kilograms). He has short brown hair and blue eyes. Anyone with information on the whereabouts of these youths is asked to contact Codiac Regional RCMP at 857-2400.
Marijuana trafficker faces time in prison: Moncton man caught three times with lar...
Thanh Tuan Tran was caught with a trunk full of marijuana in May 2010, but it didn't deter him from the drug trade. While that matter was still before the court, Tran was caught with several pounds of marijuana in a hotel room in June 2011. Again, that wasn't enough for him to change his ways. With two matters now before the court, Tran was arrested by police again last week, after being caught with more than 30 marijuana plants in his Moncton home. He pleaded guilty to two counts of possession of marijuana for the purpose of trafficking and another charge of producing marijuana, and at a sentencing hearing in Moncton provincial court yesterday, he told the judge he was trapped in the drug trade. "There's people out there after me, and I had to do what I had to do to keep them off my back," he said, from the prisoners dock. "I really did not have a choice." Whether breaking the law was a choice or not, the first-time offender is heading to a federal penitentiary. Federal prosecutors Patrice Deschenes and Nicole Poirier are seeking three years in prison for the drug offences, while defence lawyer Eric Aucoin is arguing for two years. Judge Pierre Arseneault heard submissions from both sides yesterday and adjourned his decision to Friday morning. But the judge did say the fact Tran continued to break the law while he had two matters before the court will be a factor at sentencing.........
Crime Stoppers targets grow-ops
Crime Stoppers and New Brunswick RCMP Federal Operations are asking the public to be vigilant and report any information they may have about possible indoor marijuana grow operations in New Brunswick. With winter here, police say criminals move their illegal operations indoors. These types of operations can pose significant risks to areas in which they are located, such as increased criminal activity and risks of fire and toxic chemical exposure. The police continue to focus on disrupting and dismantling these activities and request the public's help protecting the well-being of New Brunswick's communities. Anyone with information concerning indoor marijuana production in their neighborhood is asked to contact Crime Stoppers at crimenb.ca or call 1-800-222-TIPS (8477). Tips can be made anonymously and if the information leads to an arrest, it can qualify for a cash reward of up to $2,000.
February is Suicide Prevention Month - the Albert-Westmorland Suicide Prevention Committee is asking community members to join in a walk to commemorate those who have died by suicide, to support those who grieve, and to reduce stigma and raise awareness toward the prevention of suicide.
WHERE: Dieppe Rotary Park. WHEN: February 2nd, 2013 1030hrs