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Police report citizens made good choices, for the most part, over the holidays

Prince Edward County OPP report citizens made good choices between Dec. 20, 2018 and New Year’s Day.

“The detachment responded to 239 calls for service and wants to thank the citizens of the county for making the right choices which resulted in a safe holiday season,” said Cst. Patrick Menard, the OPP Community Services Officer.

Officers conducted 58 R.I.D.E. programs and another 39 traffic related enforcement occurences which resulted in three drivers being served a three-day suspension of their licence for registering an alert during a roadside check. One other driver was charged for having cannabis readily available in contrary to the cannabis control act.

“Thank you for making the right choices this holiday season and because of this, zero impaired driving charges were laid in Prince Edward County during this time frame.”

In other calls, a 45-year-old male was charged after a domestic related incident on Dec. 22. He was released on a promise to appear in court Jan. 23.

Two youth were charged with mischief and break and enter after an alarm was activated at the Prince Edward Collegiate Institute on Dec. 30. Both have court dates for Feb. 11.

A 16-year-old female residing in Consecon was charged after an altercation with police Dec. 29 and is to appear in at the Picton courthouse Jan. 14.

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