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Excessive variety of mischief complaints
STRATFORD, P.E.I. — Experiences of mischief in the neighborhood continued to be excessive within the month of July.
RCMP responded to fifteen circumstances of mischief reported all through the month throughout a presentation at a city month-to-month council assembly held on Aug. 9. Two had been accomplished as solved, one was dominated unfounded with the remaining 12 being dropped as a result of inadequate proof.
“A number of the time we get there they’re already gone,” mentioned Const. Bryce Haight in the course of the assembly.
Coun. Jill Chandler spoke up, saying she felt stories of mischief appear to be rising with little resolve.
“It appears to me that these should not usually solved complaints,” mentioned Chandler.
She additionally questioned what constitutes a mischief name, as a number of of the circumstances reported had been as a result of loud music or circumstances of individuals ringing doorbells and operating away.
RCMP has responded to those incidents with the current buy of a $20,000 drone which Haight mentioned he has already been placing to make use of with constructive outcomes.
“I’ve to this point made a few arrests. It’s very simple to fly,” mentioned Haight.
The drone additionally has infrared and evening imaginative and prescient capabilities. Haight mentioned he hopes circumstances of mischief or theft in the neighborhood can be lowered as officers on responsibility will be capable to reply to the scene sooner.
RCMP stories 17 highway collisions
RCMP officers within the municipality reported a excessive variety of motorcar collisions all through the month.
“Simply on the whole, there appears to be lots of collisions happening,” mentioned Coun. Jody Jackson throughout a month-to-month city council assembly on Aug. 9.
Jackson was citing the RCMP’s month-to-month report, which confirmed 17 motorcar collisions, with seven leading to important harm to the autos. Most occurred on Route 1 or on the Hillsborough Bridge.
Throughout his presentation, Const. Bryce Haight mentioned RCMP is trying to place police surveillance cameras on the mouth of the bridge to higher catch these collisions as they happen.
“We’ve seen this has had constructive leads to the Charlottetown space,” mentioned Haight. “I feel it ought to assist lots with that.”
There was no dialogue as to when the cameras could also be put in.
Jackson added the summer season months are a busy time of yr, and it’s essential for drivers to take correct precautions when crossing the bridge.
“Only a reminder to of us to be additional cautious when driving on the bridge,” mentioned Jackson. “It’s nearly taking your time. Go sluggish.”
Rafe Wright is a reporter with SaltWire in Prince Edward Island. He may be reached by electronic mail at [email protected] and adopted on Twitter @wright542.