Seventeen calls for QC police

  • Jun. 11, 2014 5:00 a.m.

Queen Charlotte RCMP responded to 17 calls during the past week. On June 4, police received a complaint that people were consuming liquor in the open at the ball diamond. Police attended and found several open containers of beer, which was poured out at the site. Police remind all that drinking in a public place is against the law unless a liquor licence is in place. On June 7, police observed a man staggering along Oceanview Drive, in danger of lurching into the traffic stream. They gave him a ride home. On June 8, a vehicle was stolen from the Kay Centre in Skidegate.Also stolen were many tools and sporting goods, including rifle scopes. Police are asking for any information regarding this theft.

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