A brief overview of what has occurred with Codiac Regional RCMP over the weekend from the period of Friday Sept 6th at 1600hrs to Monday Sept 9th at 0800hrs for your info:

182 files created as a result of calls for service, of those:
• 0 attempted murder 
• 2 robbery (alleged "dirty" needle and gun) 
• 0 assault with weapon 
• 0 aggravated assault 
• 9 assault investigations 
• 0 sexual assault investigation 
• 0 luring minors over internet 
• 0 assault on police officer 
• 4 investigations of uttering threats against a person 
• 0 sudden death investigations 
• 0 missing persons 
• 1 criminal harassment investigations 
• 3 break & enter (0 business, 1 other, 2 residences) 
• 3 possible impaired drivers 
• 11 collisions; 2 with injury, 6 reportable, 3 non reportable 
• 1 fail to stop/remain at accident scene 
• 4 false/abandoned 911 call 
• 5 persons related to mental health 
• 4 vehicles reported stolen (1 car, 1 SUV, 2 bicycle) 
• 0 theft from vehicle 
• 7 theft under $5000.00 investigations 
• 0 theft over $5000.00 investigations 
• 2 theft under (shoplifting) 
• 0 fraud investigation under $5000.00 
• 0 fraud investigation over $5000.00 
• 5 mischief investigations - damage to property 
• 0 public mischief investigation 
• 8 false alarms 
• 11 assistance general public 
• 8 intoxicated persons detention act 
• 19 suspicious person/vehicle/property investigations 
• 8 disturbing the peace 
• 13 municipal by-laws 
• 12 persons detained in cells
OCC stats from Friday midnight to Tuesday morning:
Admin calls - 1422
911 calls - 596
Fire - 59
PDRM (police radio monitor) - 1886

Persons who attended front door - 41

La GRC démantèle un réseau de trafic de cocaïne dans le Nord-Est
http://www.infomedia.gc.ca/rcmp-grc/articles/unrestricted/2013/09/rcm2013961937157_39.htm 
Une enquête qui a duré 18 mois a mené à l'arrestation de cinq personnes relativement au trafic de cocaïne au Nouveau-Brunswick. La GRC, en collaboration avec des services policiers régionaux, a exécuté six mandats de perquisition à Tracadie-Sheila, à Val-Comeau et à Shediac, jeudi. Quatre hommes et une femme, âgés de 30 à 50 ans, ont été arrêtés dans le cadre de cette opération lors de laquelle les policiers ont saisi plus de deux kilogrammes de cocaïne ainsi que deux véhicules et de l'argent. Comme l'explique le sergent d'état major de la GRC André Potvin, ces arrestations ont permis de mettre à bas un réseau qualifié de sophistiqué qui serait dirigé par Denis Robichaud, âgé de 50 ans, de Val-Comeau. 

N.B. police make several drug arrests
Police in northern New Brunswick have arrested several people as part of a major drug operation. Yesterday, police executed a number of search warrants, arrested several people and seized a quantity of illegal drugs, following a joint-force investigation into the trafficking of drugs in eastern New Brunswick. The investigation involved the New Brunswick RCMP's federal operations East Bathurst detachment, the Northeast and Southeast District RCMP, the northeast integrated intelligence unit, the Bathurst Police Force, the BNPP Regional Police Force, and the Miramichi Police Force with assistance from the Financial Transactions and Reports Analysis Centre of Canada. The individuals who were arrested will appear in Tracadie-Sheila provincial court at 9:30 a.m. today. Supt. Gilles Maillet, the RCMP's federal policing officer, Bathurst police Chief Eugène Poitras and BNPP Chief Josh Ouellette will speak to media at 11 a.m. today, at 3514 Main St., in Tracadie-Sheila. A quantity of drugs seized during the investigation will also be on display at that time. Times & Transcript; Acadie Nouvelle


Police shooting probe continues
http://www.infomedia.gc.ca/rcmp-grc/articles/unrestricted/2013/09/rcm201395853973998_38.htm 
Fredericton Police Force continues to investigate a July police shooting incident in Moncton and also continues to say little about the case. "The investigation is proceeding as expected and is ongoing at this time," said Const. Danielle Carmichael yesterday. Daniel Levesque, 30, died after an encounter with Codiac RCMP members on July 13. Shortly before 6 a.m., Codiac RCMP responded to a complaint of an armed individual attempting to break into a vehicle in an area near the Moncton Coliseum. The complainant was in the vehicle at the time of the incident and also stated the individual was causing damage to his vehicle. 
Drug trafficker is sentenced to prison
http://www.infomedia.gc.ca/rcmp-grc/articles/unrestricted/2013/09/rcm201395850254100_38.htm 
A Moncton man was sentenced to 30 months in prison yesterday for repeatedly selling drugs to a police agent. Jamie George Dionne, 26, appeared in Moncton provincial court to be sentenced by Judge Denis Lordon. A sentencing hearing was held on Thursday, and Lordon remanded the offender and adjourned for a day to consider the proper sentence. Federal prosecutor Nicole Angers had requested 3� years in prison while defence lawyer Leslie Matchim asked for two years. Lordon said it's clear Dionne was a street-level vendor with a criminal enterprise. Working against him was the fact he was involved with several transactions involving different drugs, and he involved a young person in one of those deals. 

Moncton teen to be sentenced for assault
http://www.news889.com/2013/09/09/moncton-teen-to-be-sentenced-in-connection-with-video-that-went-viral/ 
A video that shows an assault in the parking lot of a gas station, was posted on You Tube in June. MONCTON, NB–A 15-year-old male will be sentenced today in connection with an assault that was videotaped and went viral on youtube earlier this year. The teen who can’t be named due to his age, pleaded guilty last month. In June, RCMP responded to a fight at the Ultramar gas station on Mountain Road at Killam Drive.

Police make several prostitution arrests
Police arrested several men last weekend as part of a prostitution crackdown. On Friday, Codiac Regional RCMP conducted an operation in the Victoria Park, St. George Street and Dufferin Street areas as part of an ongoing effort to curb sex trade activities in Moncton. Ten men, ranging in age from 21 to 63, were arrested as part of the operation. Six of the men are from southeastern New Brunswick, two are from northern New Brunswick, one is from southwestern New Brunswick and one is from Alberta. All were given promises to appear in Moncton provincial court on Oct. 16. The Codiac Regional RCMP continue to work with the community and partners on this issue. Times & Transcript; Acadie Nouvelle
Bagarres de rue à Moncton
La GRC enquête sur le contenu d'une vidéo, diffusée sur YouTube, montrant une bagarre générale survenue au cours de la fin de semaine au centre-ville de Moncton. Dans la nuit de dimanche à lundi, aux alentours de 2 h 30, la police a reçu un appel l'informant d'une bataille sur la rue Main, à la hauteur de la ruelle Robinson. Des patrouilleurs se sont rendus sur les lieux, et un policier, témoin d'une altercation entre deux hommes à l'arrière de la ruelle Robinson, a procédé à l'interpellation d'un jeune homme âgé de 18 ans pour voie de fait ayant causé des lésions corporelles. Impressionnante en raison du nombre de personnes impliquées et de la violence inhabituelle avec laquelle elle s'est déroulée, la rixe a été filmée par un passant, dont on peut entendre les rires, qui a mis la vidéo en ligne sur YouTube. Les enquêteurs examinent le film, de 2 minutes 45, intitulé Girls Fighting: Night Life Gone Bad in Moncton New Brunswick Canada. Mardi après-midi, celui-ci avait été visionné près de 56 000 fois. Il s'achève sur le passage à tabac d'un homme au sol, au milieu de la rue Main. Celui-ci est ensuite emmené, à demi inconscient, sur le trottoir. «On croit que tout est arrivé à peu près en même temps, mais l'incident dont le policier a été témoin n'est pas le même que celui qu'on voit à la fin de la vidéo», a confirmé le sergent André Pepin. La GRC demande l'aide du public pour identifier les personnes figurant sur cette scène de combat de rue. Quiconque a des informations peut communiquer avec Échec au crime. Acadie Nouvelle; Times & Transcript (Telegraph-Journal)

Search continues for armed robbery suspect in Moncton
http://www.news919.com/2013/09/04/search-continues-for-armed-robbery-suspect-in-moncton/ 
No one was hurt in an armed robbery this morning at the Ultramar, located at the corner of Mountain Road and Killam Drive. MONCTON, NB–Codiac RCMP are searching for a suspect involved in an armed robbery at a gas station in Moncton this morning. Shortly after 5am, a woman armed with a weapon, entered the Ultramar at the corner of Mountain Road and Killam Drive, and demanded money from the clerk.

Arrest made in Robinson Court; not connected to alleged brawl posted on YouTube
http://www.news919.com/2013/09/04/arrest-made-in-robinson-court-not-connected-to-alleged-brawl-posted-on-youtube/ 
Codiac RCMP say an 18-year-old was arrested in connection with an incident in Robinson Court over the weekend, but Sergeant Andre Pepin confirmed this morning, that it is not the same incident that has drawn international attention after a video.
Accused in brawl was acting 'insane,' court hears
MONCTON - A man arrested during a weekend brawl in downtown Moncton was granted bail Wednesday, but will remain in custody for the time being. James Andrew Melanson, 18, appeared before Moncton provincial court Judge Joseph Michaud for a bail hearing. Melanson was arrested around 2:40 a.m. on Monday and charged with assault causing bodily harm over the weekend.
Man sentenced for drug charges
http://www.infomedia.gc.ca/rcmp-grc/articles/unrestricted/2013/09/rcm201391255665696_38.htm 
A Moncton man recently picked an unfortunate time to conduct a drug transaction. "He was in the wrong place at the wrong time," said defence lawyer Hazen Brien, in Moncton provincial court yesterday. Even federal prosecutor Patrice Deschenes seemed to agree, referring to the young man as a "casualty of the war on drug trafficking." Alex Vosper, 19, appeared before Judge Troy Sweet for sentencing after earlier pleading guilty to drug trafficking and drug possession. Both sides made a joint recommendation for a one-month conditional sentence followed by six months probation, which the judge followed. 
Police arrest suspect in armed robbery
Police have made an arrest in relation to an armed robbery at a Moncton business Wednesday morning. "A female, 29 years old, was arrested (yesterday) morning following information we received about that armed robbery," says Codiac RCMP Sgt. Andre Pepin. Crystal Lynn Provo appeared in court yesterday afternoon to face charges of robbery with a weapon, possession of a weapon for dangerous purposes, uttering threats against a person and failing to comply with a probation order. She was sent for a psychiatric assessment. At around 5:10 a.m. on Wednesday, a woman entered the Ultramar at 884 Mountain Rd. She approached the clerk behind the counter armed with a knife and demanded money. The suspect fled after the clerk was able to take control of the knife. Codiac RCMP members and police dog services were dispatched to the scene but didn't catch anyone. Times & Transcript
CISNB appoints Wayne Lang as new Director Friday, September 6, 2013. The Provincial Executive Committee of Criminal Intelligence Service New Brunswick (CISNB) has appointed Mr. Wayne Lang as its new Director. Mr. Lang will begin his new role on Monday, September 9, 2013. Mr. Lang joins CISNB following a 34-year career with the Royal Canadian Mounted Police. He brings with him a wealth of policing experience and knowledge, having worked throughout New Brunswick. In 2009 he was appointed as the Commanding Officer for the RCMP in New Brunswick. Wayne Lang replaces Al Bodechon who recently retired after having served as Director of CISNB since 2009. “I want to thank Al Bodechon for his excellent leadership over the past four years as Director of CISNB,” says the President of the New Brunswick Association of Chiefs of Police Bill Reid. “I am also excited to be welcoming Wayne Lang as CISNB’s new Director. I know he will be instrumental in helping all law enforcement agencies in New Brunswick continue to tackle organized and serious crime in the province.”CISNB is one of ten provincial bureaus of the Criminal Intelligence Service Canada (CISC). Located in Fredericton, CISNB brings together the law enforcement community in the province by sharing, analyzing and disseminating criminal information and intelligence. It supports efforts to detect, disrupt and prevent organized crime and other serious crime. The bureau was established in 1971. 
Man jailed for chatting over Internet with childhttp://www.infomedia.gc.ca/rcmp-grc/articles/unrestricted/2013/09/rcm20139125394942_38.htm A Moncton man has been sentenced to jail after being caught webchatting with a 10-year-old girl. Eugene Rodney Marshall has been under a court order for two years to stay off the Internet, unless for work purposes. He was also not supposed to contact people under the age of 16 on the Internet when he conducted a recent webchat with a 10-year-old Halifax girl. When police executed a search warrant on Marshall's Moncton home on July 25, he stuffed his phone under the cushions of the couch he was sitting on. They found it anyway, and the man was charged with several offences. Marshall, 60, was under restrictions because he was convicted of possessing child pornography in August 2011.