Antigonish RCMP Investigate Vehicle Break-in’s

Posted on January 28, 2016

Antigonish RCMP are investigating a series of vehicle break-ins that occurred on Tamara Drive and throughout the Green Hill Estates Trailer Court. Police believe two suspects were involved and that the crimes occured in the early morning hours of January 28th, 2016.

Police are reminding the public to lock their vehicles and to not leave their keys inside.

Anyone with information on those person(s) responsible are asked to contact the RCMP Antigonish Detachment at 1-902-863-6500 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.

Impaired Driving

Posted on January 11, 2016

Antigonish District RCMP charge male for impaired driving
January 11, 2016, Antigonish, Nova Scotia . . . Antigonish District RCMP has charged an adult male for impaired driving. Early Friday morning at approximately 2:00 a.m. as a result of a vehicle stop on Beech Hill Road, a 29 year old male from Fort McMurray, Alberta was arrested for impaired driving. He will appear in court on April 20th, 2016. The male’s driver’s license suspended for three months pending court outcome. The RCMP encourage the public to call 911 if you suspect an impaired at any time. You should provide as much information as possible about the driver and vehicle (i.e., make, model, colour, direction of travel), as well as the location of the incident.
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Contact person: Cpl. Shannon Fear Antigonish District RCMP Office: (902) 863-6500 shannon.fear@rcmp-grc.gc.ca

Stunting

Posted on January 11, 2016

Antigonish District RCMP charge youth for stunting
January 11, 2016, Afton, Nova Scotia . . . Antigonish District RCMP has charged a male youth for Stunting. Yesterday evening at approximately 6:00 p.m. a member of the Antigonish RCMP observed a vehicle traveling at a speed of 160 km/h in a 100 km/h zone on HWY 104. The 16-year-old driver from Paq’tnkek has been immediately suspended from driving for a minimum period of one week. Upon conviction, the driver faces a fine of $2422.50 and an automatic six points will be assigned to his driver’s record. Stunting can be defined as traveling more than 50km/h over the posted speed limit. The RCMP take these matters seriously and deem them to be one of the most dangerous forms of aggressive driving. The RCMP will continue to target this form of driving to prevent serious injury and fatal collisions and to help keep Nova Scotia’s roadways safe.
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Contact person: Cpl. Shannon Fear Antigonish District RCMP Office: (902) 863-6500 shannon.fear@rcmp-grc.gc.ca