Traffic stop resulted in four charges

On Nov. 15, police conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle that the license plate indicated was stolen. Police learned that the vehicle was also unregistered and the driver had a suspended license as well. 

Further investigation showed that the driver also had some outstanding warrants for arrest. The driver was taken back to the police station to be processed. 

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The driver was charged for driving while suspended, operating an unregistered vehicle, possession of stolen property and failing to comply with court ordered Members also assisted a local taxi company with an intoxicated patron who could not provide them a destination on Nov. 14. The 40-year-old male was lodged in cells and will be released when sober.

Police are still receiving calls for Service Canada scams involving the callers asking about SIN numbers or someone fraudulently using peoples SIN numbers.

Police are reminding the public not to give out personal information over the phone to these individuals, and if they have concerns to call Service Canada directly from the number on their web site.

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