Between Monday the 1st of February to Sunday the 7th of February 2016 the Cobourg Police Service responded to 143 calls for service including:
8Motor vehicle collisions7 Alarms, 6 Thefts, 2 Assaults, 1 Liquor License Act call 2Threat calls 2 Fraud and 4 Mischief calls.
Here is a summary of the week:
- Police investigated a report of a stolen video gaming console which was given to another person for a pawn /buy back arrangement resulting in it being determined to be a civil matter.
- Police responded to an 11 year old gone missing from his residence after a family dispute. The youth returned without incident a short time later.
- Police responded to an allegation that a dog had been barking in the backyard of a residential area for over one hour. The dog owner was spoken to and the barking ceased.
- Police responded to an alarm at the Cobourg Marina Boat Compound. The area was checked and no entry had been obtained.
- Police responded to a verbal argument between two males with one male alleging he was owed 2,000.00 dollars by the other. The males were advised to take the matter to civil court. .
- Police attended a two car Motor Vehicle collision on Strathy Rd. There were no injuries but a driver was charged with Fail to Yield Contrary to The Highway Traffic Act.
Police were altered to a suspicious male possibly following a number of children home from the area of Gummow School. The investigation is ongoing.
- Police were called to investigate damage to a parked Motor Vehicle.where person(s) unknown smashed a mirror. Investigation is continuing.
- Police attended a west end residence upon report of a female being assaulted by her husband. Upon arrival police arrested the male after a brief struggle. The male was charged with assault and resist arrest and is still in custody awaiting a subsequent bail hearing.
- Police responded to a possible break and enter on Matthew St. where a shed door was open and a suspicious male was observed by the homeowner leaving the property. No property was taken and Police have not been able to locate the male.
- Police responded to a report of an East end bar being too noisy. Upon arrival the music was turned down upon request.
- Police responded to a local business in response to an allegation of two disgruntled customers being aggressive with staff and causing a disturbance. Police attended and determined a customer was alleging being defrauded by the business. The matter was deemed to be civil in nature.
- Police conducted a R.I.D.E. check involving 5 officers at various locations throughout the afternoon and evening hours. Approx. 1,200 vehicles were checked with one Roadside Screening Device being administered. A number of Highway Traffic Act tickets and cautions were given out.
- Police are investigating a report of a theft of a sum of money from a youth that had just met a couple who encouraged the youth to withdraw the money from an A.T.M. and give it to them. The investigation is continuing.