There were 55 calls from March 20 to March 27
Charleston /Mill Village: four
Port Mouton: eight
South Brookfield: three
Port L’Herbert: two
Hunts Point: one
On March 21 police attended to a vehicle vs. pedestrian collision along Henry Hensey Drive in Liverpool. The pedestrian was treated at the hospital and released. The male driver of the car was charged under the Motor Vehicle Act for failing to yield to a pedestrian in a crosswalk.
On March 23 a female from the Hunts Point area attended to the detachment to report that her ex-boyfriend is constantly harassing her through phone calls, social media and text messaging. The male was later arrested and is currently in custody awaiting a bail hearing. He is facing charges for Criminal Harassment and Uttering Threats.
On March 24 police were called to a residence on Old Port Mouton Road after a youth and his father got into an argument and the youth threatened his father with a knife. The youth was arrested without incident. He was held in police custody overnight and appeared in court the following day. He was released and is currently staying with a relative. He is facing threats and weapon charges.
On March 25 police obtained a statement from a female reporting that her ex-boyfriend had assaulted her when she attended his residence to pick-up her son. The matter is still under investigation.
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.
Cpl. Victor Whalen
Acting District Commander