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11/26/2014 - Christmas Parades

Going to the Christmas parades this year ? 

Look for the Crime Stoppers Van and our very "special visitor" in the Santa Clause Parade in Mount Pearl and Paradise on December 6 and December 14, 2014

The Mount Pearl Parade starts at 10 am on Dec 6th while the Paradise parade starts at 1 pm from the Paradise Elementy school on Karwood Drive.

 

11/4/2014 - Thanks to the Public

Police took two more impaired drivers off the road yesterday afternoon thanks to tips from the public.

 

Just after 1:00 o`clock yesterday afternoon police stopped a 50-year-old man in the Kenmount Terrace area and charged him with impaired. 

Just over an hour later RNC received a complaint of a possible impaired driver in the area of Long Pond in C.B.S. In that case, a 49-year-old man was also charged with driving while impaired.

 

Both men were released and will appear in court at a later date.  


9/22/2014 - Recovered Stolen Property-Badger,NL
On September 10, 2014, Grand Falls-Windsor RCMP conducted a search of a residence in Badger, NL. A number of items were located and seized that had been stolen from cottages in the Central Newfoundland area. Charges are pending against a number of individuals from Badger and Grand Falls-Windsor, NL
 
 
For further information please contact.
 
Grand Falls-Windsor RCMP
709-489-2121
 
8/25/2014 - RCMP- Burin Penisula would like to say Thank You for the Public`s Help
The Burin Peninsula RCMP are updating the public in relation to a residential Break and Enter which occurred August 2013 in Little Bay.
 
During this incident three firearms, a motorcycle as well as other items were stolen.  Police were able to recover all three firearms and the motorcycle as well as several smaller items.  Six people, ranging in age from 17 - 41, were charged with various offences under the Criminal Code of Canada including Break and enter into a residence, trafficking in firearms and possession of stolen property.  All were convicted with five of the six receiving custody sentences, the maximum being 16 months.
 
The Burin Peninsula RCMP would like to thank the public for their assistance in the successful conclusion of this matter.
5/2/2014 - 2014 Police and Peace Officer of the Year (POYA)

1/6/2014 - New Partnership with NL Housing Corporation

Crime Stoppers Newfoundland and Labrador recently accepted a cheque from NL Housing Corporation in the amount of 5000.00  to assist in developing a partnership that will see Crime Stoppers assist in helping prevent crime on properties owned by NL Housing.

Thank you to NL Housing for your support of Crime Stoppers. 



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