RCMP kept busy

Assaults and booze complaints kept Port Hardy Mounties hopping the past few months.

  • Feb. 11, 2012 7:00 p.m.

Assaults and booze complaints kept Port Hardy Mounties hopping the past few months.

In a recent  third quarter of 2011 report to Port Hardy mayor and council, it was revealed police dealt with, among other infractions, 30 assault cases, six sexual assault complaints and nearly 100 incidents of public intoxication.

A break down of the files generated during this quarter includes 30 assaults, six sexual assaults, six impaired driving, 13 missing persons, three break and enters to business, and three reak and enters to residences, 40 reports of mischief and 31 Mental Health Act files.

There were 11 shoplifting/theft under investigations, 16 false alarms and 23 bylaw noise complaints

There were 96 complaints of intoxicated in public place, 45 complaints of breach of the peace, 18 reports of cause disturbance, 46 bail violations, six unspecified assist files — often to assist EHS — and 39 abandoned 911 calls.

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Here is the full break down:

Assault: 30

Sexual assault: 6

Intoxicated in public: 96

Breach of peace: 45

Cause disturbance: 18

Mischief: 40

Bail violations: 46

Bylaw noise: 23

False/abandoned 911 calls: 39

Break and enter business: 3

Break and enter residence: 3

Theft from motor vehicle: 4

Shoplifting/theft under $5000: 11

Missing persons: 13

Unspecified assistance: 6

False alarms: 16

Impaired driving: 6

Mental Health Act: 31

Prisoner Held: 233

JJP Hearings: 38

Detentions from JJP Hearings: 18

 

 

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