A brief overview of what has occurred with Codiac Regional RCMP over the weekend from the period of Friday March 8th at 1600hrs to Monday March 11th at 0800hrs for your info:

127 files created as a result of calls for service, of those:
• 1 robbery with weapon (knife) 
• 0 assault causing bodily harm 
• 0 aggravated assault 
• 5 assault investigations 
• 0 sexual assault investigation 
• 0 luring minors over internet 
• 0 assault on police officer 
• 5 investigations of uttering threats against a person 
• 1 sudden death investigations 
• 4 missing persons (all returned) 
• 1 criminal harassment investigations 
• 3 break & enters (3 residences) 
• 5 possible impaired drivers 
• 2 collisions; 0 with injury, 2 property damage reportable, 0 non reportable 
• 0 fail to stop/remain at accident scene 
• 11 false/abandoned 911 call 
• 6 persons related to mental health 
• 2 vehicle reported stolen (1 car and 1 jeep) 
• 3 theft from vehicle 
• 4 theft under $5000.00 investigations 
• 0 theft over $5000.00 investigations 
• 4 theft under (shoplifting) 
• 0 fraud investigation under $5000.00 
• 0 fraud investigation over $5000.00 
• 6 mischief investigations - damage to property 
• 1 public mischief investigation 
• 3 false alarms 
• 5 assistance general public 
• 1 intoxicated persons detention act 
• 6 suspicious person/vehicle/property investigations 
• 2 disturbing the peace 
• 1 municipal by-laws 
• 11 persons detained in cells
OCC stats from Friday midnight to Sunday midnight:
Admin calls - 1052
911 calls - 568
Fire - 53
PDRM (police radio monitor) - 1304

Injured pup needs help: RCMP, SPCA investigating after puppy found brutally injure...
http://www.infomedia.gc.ca/rcmp-grc/articles/unrestricted/2013/03/rcm20133835573226_38.htm
A disturbing case of suspected animal abuse has a four-month-old shepherd mix fighting for his life at the Riverview Animal Hospital. The Greater Moncton SPCA have released photos of young Jackson, who recently suffered severe injuries including two broken legs with multiple breaks, a broken pelvis, many broken ribs, numerous cuts and bruises, facial damage and obvious psychological trauma. He will require multiple extensive surgeries. Karen Nelson, the executive director of the shelter, said animal lovers in the Metro region are reeling after the case was made public yesterday. The case is currently under investigation by the RCMP and the SPCA................Riverview Animal Hospital staffer Mike Black said when the pup came to them, he was in a lot of pain......... Black said when a suspected case of severe abuse comes to light at the hospital, the vet provides X-ray information, diagnosis and prognosis to the NB SPCA, and they open an investigation. The NB SPCA then makes a recommendation to the RCMP whether charges are warranted in the case. Although neither Black or Nelson could comment on this investigation, RCMP are only involved in cases in which charges have been warranted.

Police chiefs lobby province for organized crime funds -- Federal funding for specialized police officers is set to expire in March
http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/new-brunswick/story/2013/03/07/nb-federal-organized-crime-funding-735.html
The New Brunswick government will have to decide soon whether to start paying for an initiative to fight organized crime as federal funding is set to expire at the end of March. For the last four years, the federal government has spent $9 million in New Brunswick to pay for officers who are targeting criminal gangs. The federal infusion of cash has allowed New Brunswick to hire 21 RCMP and municipal police officers. Those police officers are part of a provincial unit dedicated to stopping biker gangs or others associated with organized crime. An additional five officers have specialized in shutting down properties used in the drug or sex trades. Bill Reid, the police chief in Saint John and president of the New Brunswick Police Chief's Association, said the two units have allowed police forces across the province to coordinate their efforts. "We work together because it's integrated," he said. "So whatever happens in one part of the province can certainly be supported in other parts of the province." Since the program, Reid said, these officers have targeted 40 individuals or groups who have links with organized crime. Reid said he's been lobbying the provincial government to cover the additional officers that were funded by the federal cash. "They've listened to us, we've talked about our successes, we've talked about the future where we're going with these units and how they absolutely concentrate on organized and serious crime in our province," he said. A spokesperson for Public Safety Minister Robert Trevors said the minister will not do interviews about the province's plans. The departmental spokesperson said the police and the public will find out in the budget if the program will continue. Finance Minister Blaine Higgs is expected to reveal his budget later this month.