Mischief to Hanna Hospital, Golf Course signs

Written by ECA Review

Signs were damaged or stolen from around the Hanna Hospital, Hanna Golf Course and at the end of Argue Drive during the evening of May 14 and early morning of May 15.

Some of the damaged or stolen signs were from the helipad at the Hanna Hospital. 

The stolen signs were recovered after a Hanna resident reported finding them.

Evidence seized at the scene would indicate alcohol being a factor.

The Hanna RCMP is looking for information on any suspicious activity, parties or disturbances in those areas between the hours of 11:30 p.m. on May 14 and 7 a.m. on May 15.

Please contact the Hanna RCMP detachment at (403) 854-3393.

If you were involved with the incident and would like to take responsibility for your actions, you are welcome to contact the Hanna Detachment expressing your wishes.

We will consider your intent to take responsibility when determining what, if any, charges should be pursued. However, if Crime Stoppers gets to you first we will consider all available options including criminal charges.

Mischief is a criminal offence and, if charged, could result in up to two years in prison. 

Obviously, the nature of this offence would dictate actual punishment, which could be up to a $2,000 fine plus restitution for the damaged property AND a criminal record.


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