RCMP speak to campers

  • Oct. 8, 2010 12:00 p.m.

Queen Charlotte RCMP investigated 19 cases during the week from Sept. 27 to Oct. 3, says Sgt. Rob Knapton. Some of these included:. On Sept. 27, RCMP attended to Xhaina, on Maude Island, to speak with people who were camping on an old village site.. On the evening of Sept. 28, police responded to a disturbance in the 500 block of Second Avenue in Queen Charlotte, which involved a suspect yelling at a resident there. The suspect was located and spoken with.. On Sept. 29, RCMP arrested an adult male outside the community centre. The Queen Charlotte resident was held until he was sober and then released.. On Sept. 29, police responded to Second Avenue in Skidegate in relation to a passed-out youth. The youth was taken by ambulance to the local hospital for treatment.. On Oct. 1, RCMP arrested an adult male who was passed out in the 400 block of Second Avenue in Queen Charlotte. The Charlotte resident was held until he was sober, and then released.. On Oct. 3, RCMP investigated a complaint of mischief in the 3100 block of Oceanview Drive in Queen Charlotte. Something had been thrown through the window of a residence.. On Oct. 3, police investigated the possible theft of gas at the Co-op in Skidegate. The individual returned a short time later and paid for his fuel.

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