There were 40 calls for service from Dec. 19 to Dec. 26
Charleston /Mill Village: one
Hwy 103: one
Port Medway: one
Port Mouton: one
South/North Brookfield: one
White Point/Summerville: five
On Dec. 19 police were called to a reported theft of prescription medication from a residence on Union Street in Liverpool. This matter is still under investigation.
On Dec. 20 police were advised that children were playing on the partially frozen river near West Street in Milton. Police patrolled the area but the children had already departed.
On Dec. 21 police were called to a residence in Milton via 911. A male and female had been arguing but no assault had taken place. The female was found sleeping in her car on the property. Police drove the female back to her place of residence to prevent further problems.
On Dec. 21 police were called by a female advising that her ex-boyfriend, who was recently released from custody, had contacted her contrary to his Probation Order. Police are continuing their investigation.
On Dec. 23 police were called to a motor vehicle collision in the Greenfield area where a semi-truck ended up sideways in the roadway. Road conditions along Highway 210 were poor at the time of the collision. No one was injured.
On Dec. 24 in the early morning hours, police were called to an assault complaint in Liverpool. The involved parties were separated before police arrived. Police are investigating.
On Dec. 24 police attended to an attempted break and enter to a couple of sheds in Bangs Falls. Pad locks were missing. Nothing from inside the sheds appears to be missing.
On Dec. 25 police attended to a residence in East Port Medway where a male was arrested for damaging property at the residence. He was intoxicated and subsequently lodged in cells overnight and released in the morning. No charges will be laid.
If you have any information on any crime, please contact crime stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 or Queens District RCMP at 902-354-5721.