Gan Police Report for week ending July 21st
|July 23, 2013||Posted by admin under News|
Officers of the Gananoque Police Service investigated 139 occurrences during the seven day period ending July 21st, 2013. This included 13 criminal occurrences, 5 motor vehicle accidents and 12 calls to 911 for assistance. Officers issued 5 Provincial Offense Notices and 8 Cautions and completed approximately 30 hours of foot patrol time within the community.
July 16th, 2013
The Gananoque Police Service received a complaint of threats between two males at a Charles Street North residence. Further investigation determined the complainant was breaching a trespass notice issued earlier. The complainant was cautioned by officers regarding possible charges from trespassing.
July 17th, 2013
Officers responded to a possible assault in progress at a Garden Street apartment between two females. Officers attended and spoke to parties who were present, the dispute was confirmed consensual regarding trespassing issues.
Officers attended a Charles Street North residence regarding an ongoing noise complaint. Upon arrival officers observed a male intentionally playing music loudly. The male was cautioned regarding the noise bylaw by officers who then became belligerent. The male was then issued a Provincial Offense Notice for excessive noise. The male continued to play music and he was cautioned regarding possible criminal charges for Mischief.
The Gananoque Police Service received a report of a soda vending machine that had been broken into at a Main Street business and had the coins stolen from it. If any person has further information regarding this incident, please contact the police service at 613-382-4422.
July 19th, 2013
Officers responded to a fight at a Stone Street North apartment between two females. Officers spoke to parties involved, determining the fight was verbal in nature.
Officers attended a Second Street residence regarding a possible domestic dispute. Officers spoke to both parties separately, determining that no threats or assaults were made. The male left the residence temporarily to allow both parties to calm down.