Posted at 10:32 am on January 29, 2018

The Port Hawkesbury RCMP is investigating a two vehicle crash that happened yesterday morning on Highway 105 at Waycobah.

Police say shortly after 7 a.m., a transport truck struck an unoccupied parked vehicle on the road. The truck then “jack-knifed”, hit a guard rail and came to rest upright just short of the lake. The male driver of the truck was able to get out of the vehicle and was then transported by EHS to the Victoria County Memorial Hospital in Baddeck before police arrived. The driver was released from hospital with no injuries.

Traffic was delayed for several hours as crews removed debris.

Posted at 8:17 am on September 8, 2017

The province’s Serious Incident Response Team has started an investigation involving a female youth from Waycobah dating back to an August the 23rd arrest. On that evening, a Port Hawkesbury RCMP member was called to a residence on the Waycobah First nation because of a complaint of an intoxicated person in a residence.
The female youth was noted to be intoxicated, and while being escorted from the home she ran from police. She was arrested shortly after, held in custody overnight and released to hospital. A week later, medical records demonstrated that the female had suffered a fracture to her ankle.
As a result, the SIRT will conduct and invesitgation into the incident.
Anyone who may have witnessed the incident is asked to contact SiRT, toll free, at 1-855-450-2010.

Posted at 1:42 pm on February 23, 2017

The street crime enforcement unit of the RCMP made a seizure of drugs in Waycobah. On February 16th, the Inverness District RCMP searched a home, which resulted in the seizure of marijuana products and oxycodone pills.
Brett Albert Water, 24 and Patricia Bernard, 41 of Waycobah First Nation were arrested following the search and have been since released. They are scheduled to appear in court March 27th on two charges of possession of a controlled substance.