Consort RCMP responded to 147 calls in June

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Consort RCMP responded to 147 calls in Special Areas No. 4 in June, 96 of which were related to provincial traffic violations.
Of the 147 calls, two of them involved impaired driving and two more involved provincial liquor violations.
The RCMP had to conduct nine criminal record checks and dealt with six false alarm calls.
They also dealt with two cases of theft under $5,000 and one case of theft over $5,000.
During the month of June there was one case of break and enter in Special Areas No. 4 and two cases of mischief and damage to property.
Also in June, two cases arose where the police had to take fingerprints for the general public and there were three cases of a suspicious person, vehicle and/or property.
There was one case of someone uttering threats against another person, one case involving disturbing the peace, once incident involving explosives, two cases of people not complying with their probation orders and one case of someone possessing marijuana under 30 grams.
Finally, police responded to one sudden death call, one mental health case, one trespassing case, one theft of a truck, one animal call, one lost and found case, two abandoned vehicle cases, two false 911 calls, two traffic collisions with property damage only and one assistance call from the general public.

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