BEAVER BANK/LANTZ: There have been five reports of alleged assaults reported to Halifax District RCMP in the past week, according to information posted on the Crimemapping tool website.
Alongside the assaults, there has been three break-and-enters that officers responded to and are investigating.
RCMP are investigating a break-and-enter on Keddy Road near Lake Egmont in the Musquodoboit Valley on June 26.
Police responded to a break-and-enter on June 28 on Logan Road in Dutch Settlement.
An alleged assault was reported as having occurred on June 29 near Trinity Lane in Beaver Bank.
RCMP were informed of a break-and-enter into a residence on Gilbert Street in Beaver Bank on June 29.
An alleged assault is said to have occurred on June 29 on Beaver Bank Road in Beaver Bank.
RCMP are investigating an alleged assault that occurred on Silver Dart Drive at the Halifax Stanfield Airport on June 30.
Police responded to an alleged assault near Dutch Settlement Road. in Lantz, HRM on June 30.
RCMP are investigating a report of an alleged assault near Glen Rise Drive in Beaver Bank on Canada Day, July 1.
The Crimemapping tool is a partnership between RCMP and Hlaifax Regional Police provides you with contextual and timely information about crime in the areas where you live, work and play. Launch the Crime Mapping app now.
It is updated daily at 12:15 a.m. with incidents of five specific crime types:
- break and enters
- thefts of vehicles
- thefts from vehicles
You can view the selected crime types one at a time, several at a time or altogether by three different time frames—yesterday, the past four days, and the past week. You can also search crime types by street name or community.
To ensure people’s privacy, crimes are plotted on the mid-point of the closest block and are not associated with any specific civic address.