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EAST HANTS: RCMP in Enfield and Rawdon detachments attended to 90 calls for service for the period Nov. 25 to Dec. 1.
Here are a few highlights:
On Nov. 24, officers were called to assist a man who inadvertently got himself stuck on a second-floor deck with no way down. Once outside, the man shut the door and discovered it was jammed upon his attempt to re-enter the home.
Police were called off as they responded as a neighbour was able to come to the man’s aide and open the door from the inside.
On the morning of November 26, police received a request for extra patrols in the Lantz area.
Residents reported suspicious vehicles and persons were observed through the previous night. S/Sgt. Cory Bushell wish to remind residents to report suspicions activity at the time it is observed as this will provide the best chance of detection and investigation of suspicious activity.
While on patrol on November 27, police observed a lone vehicle parked in the Lion’s Den parking lot.
Upon approach, members detected the odour of burning cannabis emanating from the vehicle.
A search of the vehicle revealed cannabis and drug paraphernalia.
Four local youth who were present in the vehicle were each given tickets for illegal possession of cannabis.
On Nov. 29, an officer located a vehicle parked at Riverside Education Centre in Milford. Upon investigation, the member discovered a local area man in the vehicle smoking cannabis.
He was issued a ticket for illegal possession of cannabis.
The man was also given a 24 hour driving suspension and his vehicle towed.
During the past week, RCMP members were called upon to complete five well-being checks. These checks are normally requested by friends, relatives or neighbours of persons whom it is believed may be, or actually are, in non-criminal distress of some kind.
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