Busy December on roads

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RCMP_logoThe Consort RCMP detachment has released their incident statistics for the month of December.

Within Special Areas no. 4, RCMP members responded to 69 calls for service with roads taking a specific focus.

Seventeen provincial traffic tickets were issued along with five written offense warnings.  RCMP members also responded to 11 traffic collisions and two complaints of impaired driving in the month of December. Police also responded to one case each of theft from a motor vehicle and one theft of a truck.

RCMP members issued two provincial liquor violations, responded to two cases of disturbing the peace, one violation of the firearms act and one assault.

Other incidents attended to by police included one incident under the Mental Health Act, one failure to comply with an undertaking (conditions by which an accused is released from custody), one failure to comply with a probation order, one breach of a long term supervision order, one uttering threats against a person, one administering of a ‘noxious thing’, one incident of mischief, one animal call, one person reported missing, three false alarms, two items found and three cases of assistance to the general public.


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