Youth with warrant turns himself in
On Friday, the Royal Newfoundland Constabulary arrested a 17-year-old male resident of Corner Broo after he turned himself in as a result of an arrest warrant issued on Aug. 6 for failing to appear in court.
Along with the failing to appear, the youth was also charged with breaching a court order.
He was released and is set to appear in youth court on Oct. 8.
Several items taken in home break-in
The Royal Newfoundland Constabular Patrol Services, along with assistance of the RNC Forensic Identification Section, responded to a report of a residential break and enter at a residence on Curling Street.
It is believed the incident occurred sometime between Aug. 24-29 while the premises was unoccupied.
Allegedly stolen was an Emerson flat screen TV, a Xbox gaming system, an IPod docking system, an Acer laptop computer with a “xo” sticker attached and a flask of Captain Morgan spiced rum.
The investigation into the incident is on going.
RNC impound vehicle, charge Benoit Cove’s man with impaired driving
At approximately 9 p.m. Saturday, the Royal Newfoundland Constabular conducted a traffic stop on Herald Avenue due to a traffic violation.
As a result of that, a the driver of the vehicle, a 21-year-old male resident of Benoit's Cove was charged with impaired operation of a motor vehicle with a blood alcohol level exceeding 80 mg.
It was also determined the vehicle’s registration had expired and the vehicle was not insured. resulting in the driver being charged. He was also issued a 90-day driving suspension and the vehicle was impounded.
The man is schedule to appear in provincial court on Oct. 14 to answer to the charges.
City man charged with unlawful confinement, assault
The Royal Newfoundland Constabulary have charged a city man with assault and unlawful confinement.
Police say at approximately 7:30 p.m. Sunday a complaint was received from a young woman that had been assulated and held against her will by her boyfriend.
After an investigation a male adult resident of Corner Brook was charged and etained to attend Weekend and Statutory Hoiliday court Monday.
The female did not receive serious injuries