There were 50 calls for service from Aug. 22 to Aug. 28
Liverpool: 19 calls
Milton: six calls
Greenfield: one calls
South/North Brookfield: one call
Caledonia: three calls
Mill Village/Charleston: four calls
103 Highway: two calls
White Point/Hunts Point: two calls
Middlefield: four call
Beach Meadows: two calls
Port Medway: one call
Brooklyn: three calls
Eagle Head: two calls
Danesville: one call
On Aug. 22, police attended a complaint of mischief at the old chip factory in Brooklyn. Two windows were broken and the door was open.
On Aug. 23, the police assisted Halifax Detachment in investigating a complaint of possible assault on a 17-month-old baby.
On Aug. 25 the police arrested one male for being intoxicated in a public place at the Seafest Festival in Brooklyn.
On Aug. 25, police received a complaint of a female fraudulently cashing cheques in White Point.
On Aug. 26, police arrested a male for possession of stolen licence plate, fail to comply with probation, drive while prohibited, drive without registration or insurance in Brooklyn. The male was held overnight and released by the court the following day.
On Aug. 26, police received a complaint of a stolen wallet from an unlocked vehicle at Fort Point.
On Aug. 27, police received a complaint of an assault in Eagle Head. The file is still under investigation
On Aug. 28, police responded to a complaint of a break and enter into an unoccupied residence in Liverpool.
On Aug. 28, police responded to a complaint of a small, four passenger plane that ran off the runway in Greenfield. There were no injuries.
If you have information on these crimes or any others, please contact Queens RCMP at 354-5721 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.