RCMP arrest male for weapons possession

Posted on December 13, 2018

RCMP arrest male for weapons possession

Antigonish, Nova Scotia, December 13, 2018 . . . RCMP in Antigonish District have arrested a male for weapons possession after a fight at a bar. Upon arrest, the male was found to be carrying 2 knives on his person.

On December 12th, 2018 at 2:43 p.m., Antigonish District RCMP responded to a report of a fight in progress at a pub on College St. Several RCMP officers went to the scene and arrested several individuals. After a detailed investigation, a 21-year-old Antigonish County male was arrested for:

– Possession of a Weapon for a Dangerous Purpose;
– Assault;
– Causing a Disturbance;
– Carrying a Concealed Weapon; and
– Breach of Probation

The male was held in custody overnight and appeared in Antigonish Provincial Court on December 13th, 2018. The investigation is ongoing.

File # 20181837647


Antigonish District RCMP
Office: 902-863-6500

Antigonish Crime Prevention Association – Annual General Meeting

Posted on October 12, 2018

Crime Prevention AGM
Date: Thursday, October 18th, 2018
Time: 6om
Guest Speaker: Cst. Robert Kavanaugh, Antigonish RCMP
Location: Charles Keating Centre Board Room

Nova Scotia RCMP – Road safety tips

Posted on October 10, 2018

October 4, 2018, Dartmouth, Nova Scotia

Nova Scotia RCMP is sharing a simple tip with motorists that could significantly increase safety at intersections: when in doubt, yield.

Intersections can be busy, stressful places. With so much going on, it can be tempting to speed through a left turn rather than yielding to oncoming traffic, but doing so puts everyone at risk. Failure to Yield or turning left into oncoming traffic has been a factor in 11 serious injury collisions and four fatal collisions investigated by Nova Scotia RCMP April through August, 2018. These types of collisions are preventable and can be eliminated by safely yielding.

“When drivers make the choice to safely yield rather than rush through a left turn, they are choosing to prioritize everyone’s safety,” says Cst. Chad Morrison of the Nova Scotia RCMP. “When in doubt, yield.”

It is also important to watch for motorcycles, which can be difficult to spot due to their comparatively small size.

Nova Scotia RCMP would like to remind motorists that Failure to Yield could result in a fine of $180 for a first offence, $237.50 for a second and $352.50 for subsequent offences. Police would also like to thank the many motorists who prioritize safety by yielding every day.


Contact person:

Cst. Chad Morrison
Nova Scotia RCMP
Office: 902-720-5789

Antigonish Town and County Crime Prevention Summer Student

Posted on May 18, 2018

May 2018 Job Posting

Antigonish Town and County Crime Prevention Fundraising Dance – Saturday, May 12, 2018

Posted on May 9, 2018

Rockin’ Country Dance Poster