RCMP busy in Masset, Queen Charlotte

  • Oct. 13, 2011 8:00 a.m.

Masset RCMP responded to 31 calls the week of Oct. 3 to Oct. 9, says Sgt. Rob Knapton. Some included:. On Oct. 3, RCMP attended to an abandoned vehicle in the 2000-block of Harrison Avenue in Masset.. On Oct. 3, RCMP received a complaint of a vicious dog in the area of Maple and Orr streets in Masset. The matter was referred to the village.. On Oct. 3, RCMP received a complaint of a harassing phone call.. On the evening of Oct. 4, RCMP received a complaint of a disturbance in the 100-block of Raven Avenue in Old Massett. Police arrested a local woman, who was held until sober.. On Oct. 5, RCMP received a complaint of a bear in the area of Harrison Avenue. The conservation service was advised.. On Oct. 7, RCMP attended to the 100-block of Raven Avenue in Old Massett for a complaint of mischief. A local man was arrested and released when sober.. On the night of Oct. 7, RCMP attended to an intoxicated man in the area of Highway 16 and Hill Street. The man was driven home where a sober person could take care of him.. In the early morning hours of Oct. 8, RCMP attended to a disturbance in the 2000-block of Trumpeter Drive. A local man was arrested and held until sober.. On the morning of Oct. 8, RCMP received a complaint of an assault that had occurred overnight in Masset. Police are still investigating.. On the morning of Oct. 9, RCMP received a complaint of a domestic assault in the 1500-block of Delkatla Avenue. A local man was arrested and released to appear in court at a later date.qc-rcmp/ar/October 11, 2011/17917 calls for QC policeQueen Charlotte RCMP responded to 17 calls the week of Oct. 3 to 9, says Sgt. Rob Knapton. Some included:. On Oct. 3, RCMP responded to a complaint of harassment on Oceanview Drive in Queen Charlotte. The suspect was spoken to about his or her behaviour.. On the afternoon of Oct. 7, RCMP received a complaint of a disabled vessel in the inlet. Coast Guard was contacted and attended to assist.. On Oct. 7, RCMP attended a sudden death that occurred in the area of Phantom Main towards Rennell Sound.. On Oct. 7, RCMP received a driving complaint in the area of Highway 16 and Front Street in Skidegate.. On Oct. 8, just before midnight, RCMP received a report of a loud party in the 100-block of Third Avenue in Skidegate.. On the morning of Oct. 9, RCMP received a complaint of a vehicle taken without consent in the 400-block of Skidegate Heights.. On Oct. 9, RCMP received a complaint of a possible domestic assault in Skidegate.

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