Posted at 6:12 pm on July 2, 2015
Posted at 10:05 am on June 30, 2015
Antigonish RCMP are looking for the public’s help. Police say a vehicle was stolen from a residence on Braemore Ave. early Sunday morning. The car is a charcoal grey Toyota Camry. If you have information, call Crime Stoppers or the RCMP.
Posted at 5:43 pm on June 29, 2015
The Canadian Food Inspection Agency has been supporting the ongoing investigation by the R-C-M-P.
Posted at 5:20 pm on June 29, 2015
Posted at 8:43 am on June 25, 2015
Richmond County RCMP are investigating a hit and run. A 65 year old cyclist was struck by a vehicle on Highway 104 Tuesday night at 7:45pm. RCMP say the vehicle did not stop and continued Eastbound towards St. Peter’s. Police are looking for an early to mid 2000 Silver or grey Ford Taurus with a broken passenger mirror. The cyclist, a River Bourgeois resident, was taken to the Strait Richmond Hospital. He is now at St. Martha’s Hospital in stable condition.
Posted at 5:21 pm on June 22, 2015
Posted at 5:26 pm on June 18, 2015
Richmond County RCMP are investigating in Petit de Grat. Lobster traps were targeted. RCMP say they were set offshore by fishermen but later cut. The owner is dealing with lost catch revenue, not to mention the damages total more than six thousand dollars. If you have any information, call Crime Stoppers or RCMP.
Posted at 9:57 am on June 10, 2015
Authorities says other examples include: failing to stop for yellow or red lights, blocking intersections and failing to yield. Affleck adds aggressive driving and “inexperience“ often go hand and hand.
Posted at 7:48 am on June 3, 2015
Two adult males, one from Pictou County and the other from Prince Edward Island were charged for stunting following a suspected road rage incident in Telford, Pictou County. One was attempting to pass the other at 172 clicks and the other sped up to 158 in an attempt to prevent the vehicle from passing. Both drivers were charged with stunting.
All drivers face a fine of 24 hundred dollars and a seven-day suspension of driving privileges. The involved vehicles were also towed and seized.
Posted at 2:28 pm on May 28, 2015
Inverness RCMP are asking for the public’s help in solving a crime. The Mounties say someone smashed the window of a car park at a Hillcrest Street Residence. The damage occurred sometime after 3pm May 10th. If you have information, contact the RCMP or Crime Stoppers.