There were 48 calls for service from April 17 to April 24
Charleston /Mill Village: three
Port Medway: five
Port Mouton: one
South/North Brookfield: six
White Point/Summerville: one
On April 17, police arrested a Shelburne County man for breaching his conditions which were imposed as a result of CDSA allegations. Police are still continuing their investigation.
On April 18, a female reported that she parked her vehicle at the Liverpool Superstore. When she returned she found that someone had keyed the vehicle.
On April 20, police are investigated an assault complaint after a female reported that she was assaulted by her husband. Police are still continuing their investigation with regards to the incident.
On April 21, police received a break and enter complaint in South Brookfield. The unknown person(s) made entry into a shed and stole a 4-wheeler, tools and other small items. Police are continuing their investigation.
On April 22, police responded to a motor vehicle collision involving a deer. Minor injuries sustained, occupant of vehicle was transported to the Queens General Hospital and later released.
On April 23, police responded to a residence in Liverpool after a female called 911 to advise that she was not feeling well. Police attended, the female was transported to the Queens General Hospital and later released.
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.