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ENFIELD: East Hants RCMP responded to 92 calls for service during the period of April 20 to April 27 throughout the Municipality of East Hants.
Here are a couple of the highlighted calls in the weekly column, as provided by East Hants RCMP S/Sgt. Cory Bushell.
On April 20, East Hants members responded to a complaint in Latties Brook of goats on the loose.
The complainant was worried about the goats being hit by traffic as they are “very social” and frequently cross the road in interact with the public at a local venue.
Police made sure the goats safely got back home.
Over the past week, officers responded to four reports of residents breaching health guidelines as it relates to COVID-19, said S/Sgt. Bushell.
“Fortunately, all was found to be in order,” he said.
Residents are reminded the spread of COVID-19 is a serious health, social, and economic threat to us all.
Police are being vigilant to uphold the guidelines and hold those accountable who choose to put themselves and others at unnecessary risk of infection.
Off highway vehicle complaints were up this week.
“As a result, proactive efforts will be made to curtail unlawful activities,” said S/Sgt. Bushell.
Residents are reminded, in the absence of police as a witness, offenders can be held accountable with public cooperation.
If you are witness OHV activities and can identify the operator, contact East Hants RCMP at 902-883-7077 to report.
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