Leduc RCMP Respond to 252 Calls for Service over the Holiday Season

  • Jan. 4, 2011 10:00 a.m.

Pipestone Flyer

It was business as usual for Leduc RCMP this holiday season.  From December 24th, 2010 at 12:00 a.m. to January 4, 2011 at 12:00 a.m., Leduc RCMP responded to 273 calls for service.  A summary of the calls that were tended to include the following:

911 calls- 14

Abandoned Vehicles- 5

Alarms- 17

Animal Calls- 1

Arson/ Fire- 1

Assault- 11

Assistance to other Police Force- 12

Assist General Public- 3

Attempted Murder- 1

Breach of Peace- 7

Break & Enter (Business) – 2

Break & Enter (Residence)- 1

Cause a Disturbance- 8

Controlled Drug & Substance Act- 9

Dangerous Operation of Motor Vehicle- 1

Fail to Comply With Probation/ Recognizance- 4

Fail to Stop/ Remain at Scene of Collision- 4

Forcible Confinement- 1

Fraud Related Offences- 4

Harassing Phone Calls- 5

Impaired Operation- 7

Items Lost/ Found- 1

Liquor Act Offences- 5

Mental Health Act- 2

Mischief- 8

Motor Vehicle Collisions- 39

Municipal Bylaws- 2

Persons Reported Missing/ Request to Locate- 3

Robbery- 1

Sudden Death- 1

Suspicious Person/ Vehicle/ Property- 3

Traffic Related Offences- 41

Uttering Threats to Person- 2

Other- 6

Leduc RCMP would like to remind the public that everyone plays an important role in Crime Prevention.  If you have information about criminal activity or any suspicious activity, contact the Leduc RCMP at (780) 980-7267.  If you wish to remain anonymous, you can provide your information through Crime Stoppers at 1-800- 222- 8477 (TIPS) or go online to www.tipsubmit.com

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