June 18, 2014
ANTLERLESS DEER PERMITS DOWN BY 20 PER CENT
The province is reducing the number of antlerless deer permits this year by 20 per cent.
Natural Resources Minister Paul Robichaud said the move was necessary because the severity of this past winter resulted in higher losses in the deer heard.
There will be 2,700 permits issued this year compaired to 3,450 last year.
The application period is now open. The cost to apply is $4.52.
On Sunday, officers received a report that a license plate had been stolen off a car that was parked in a driveway. The next day, an officer spotted the plate on a moving vehicle and fined the woman driving $1497 for operating the vehicle with a false/stolen plate and without valid insurance. The vehicle was towed.
Monday at 5:24 p.m., officers found a group of young people on a walking trail in the city. They found that an 11-year-old boy was extremely drunk and took him to the hospital for treatment.
Monday at 6:50 p.m., a 14-year-old boy was arrested for breaching an undertaking after an officer responded to a family dispute.
Tuesday at 11:10 p.m., while conducting a curfew check, an officer learned that a 15-year-old boy was not home. He was later located by James M. Hill School, and held in custody for court for breaching an undertaking.
Tuesday at 11:32 p.m. while conducting a curfew check, an officer learned that a 14-year-old boy was not home. He was later found by James M. Hill School, and held in custody for court for breaching an undertaking.