Monday, December 09, 2013
Over the weekend the North Bay Police received calls from concerned citizens that some people were walking and in one case skating on some of the lakes and waterways in our area. The North Bay police wish to caution the public that there is insufficient quality and uniform thickness to the ice and it is dangerous to be on the ice at this early date.
Over the weekend the North Bay Police responded to 224 calls for service that resulted in 24 arrests. Offences included domestic assaults, domestic assault with a weapon, sexual assault, theft, fraud, impaired driving, uttering forged document, breaches of court orders, and public intoxication.
December officers noticed that a Nim Bin on the corner of Oak and Sherbrooke Sts was on fire. Five minutes later officers located another bin on fire at Oak and Fisher Sts. Both fires were extinguished by Fire Services. The investigation is continuing.
Break and Enter
Between 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. on the 6th Dec a Massey Dr residence was entered. Items stolen include a dell laptop, a blue ray player still in the box, body soaps and shampoo, a gold bracelet, a 6gram gold bar, and a silver coin collection. Cst Scott Buchanan is investigating.
Break and Enter
Between 2:30 p.m. on the 7th A Summit Dr residence was entered by forcing a basement window. Jewellery, old collectable coins, coin collections, a camera with accessories, and a prescription bottle of percocets were taken. The total value is approximately $7000. Cst Bruce Whitehead is investigating.
The North Bay Police R.I.D.E. set up in 13 locations over the weekend. A total of 512 vehicles were checked. Two drivers were given roadside screening device tests. Two warnings were issued for other traffic offences. R.I.D.E. will be operational through the festive season and into the New Year.