Fifteen calls for QC police

  • Feb. 14, 2011 6:00 a.m.

The Queen Charlotte RCMP responded to 15 calls during the week of Feb. 7 to 13, says Sgt. Rob Knapton. Some of these included:. On Feb. 7, RCMP received a report of that a vehicle had been taken without consent. The owner had parked the vehicle on Oceanview Drive overnight, with the keys inside. When he returned the next day to pick it up, it was in a different location with evidence that it had been taken through the bush where it suffered minor damages.. On Feb. 7, RCMP received a complaint that a wallet had been stolen from an unlocked vehicle in the 500-block of Skidegate Heights.. The afternoon of Feb. 9, RCMP responded to a disturbance in the City Centre parking lot, where two people were having a dispute. They were spoken to and sent on their separate ways.. The night of Feb. 9, RCMP received a report of a man refusing to leave a residence in the 1000-block of Third Avenue. When police arrived, the man was gone.. On Feb. 10, RCMP received a report of a possible impaired driver on Oceanview Drive.. On Feb. 11, RCMP received a call about an intoxicated man in the 3100-block of Oceanview Drive.. On Feb. 12, RCMP received a noise complaint in the 500-block of Skidegate Heights. The matter is being forwarded to the Skidegate Band Council for resolution.

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