RCMP report: marijuana and break ins

Jonathan Riley, Digby Courier
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RCMP seize marijuana and guns

Police seized several pounds of marijuana, marijuana plants, and firearms at that a Waterford residence.

The officers executed a search warrant at the home on Tuesday, Nov. 6.

They charged 23-year-old Logan Raymond of Waterford with charges of unlawful production of marijuana, possession of marihuana for the purpose of trafficking and two counts of unsafe storage of firearms.

Cottage break and enters in Doucetteville

Someone broke into eight cottages in the Doucetteville area sometime between Thursday, Nov. 1 and Sunday, Nov. 18.

Four of the cottages are on South Wrights Lake Road, two on Hemlock Drive and one on Doucettville Road.

The RCMP do not have a full list of the stolen items but some they include a pellet gun, a generator, a clock and a picture.

The RCMP are asking anyone with information to contact the Digby detachment at 245-2579 or Crimestoppers at 1800-222-TIPS (8477) or visit the website at www.crimestoppers.ns.ca

Your tip could lead to a reward.

[UPDATED: Wedneday, Nov. 28 8:15 a.m. - removed New from Waterford, corrected spelling of marijauna and corrected crimestoppers link. ]

Organizations: RCMP

Geographic location: New Waterford, Doucetteville, South Wrights Lake Road Doucettville Road

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Recent comments

  • shawna weir-murphy
    November 29, 2012 - 13:15

    My parents cottage was one of the ones broken into. It was not the stuff that was stollen that was the problem it was the damage and mess that was made. The window in the door was broken and cottage was completely turned upside down. The article above makes no mention of the damage that was done to the cottages, it makes it seem like only a few things were take when the damage was the greater crime.

    • Jonathan Reporter
      November 29, 2012 - 13:33

      Above is the RCMP press release. We thought it important to share that information as quickly as possible. Our reporter, Keith Maryanovich has spoken with a woman whose cottage was broken into and will be reporting on that tomorrow.

    • Christian Thibaudeau
      December 04, 2012 - 08:59

      Police not releasing all the information gathered at scene of crime is called "hold-back evidence". the purpose of holding back information is to assist police during interview techniques when apprehending suspects. Hold-back information increase chance of success for police during field investigation. It is not good practice to publish all the information police has on hand when investigating a crime.