RCMP reports

“I am happy to report that no incidents were reported during the Airshow events,” said Keays.” “It went very well

Christina Millington

Omineca Express

 

 

 

Sgt. Keays of the Vanderhoof detachment reports that the community is in good standing.

“I am happy to report that no incidents were reported during the Airshow events,” said Keays.”

“It went very well with lots of people in the community being a good host to those who attended.”

Also, with school back in Sgt. Keays stresses that the community obey all posted speed limits and to be mindful of the cross walks.

“We need to obey all posted speed limits,” said Keays. “We need to take care of our children together as a community.”

Sgt. Keays would like to thank Staff Sergeant Paul Thalhofer and the Fort St. James detachment for donating quads to the Vanderhoof unit.

Calls for service between Wednesday August 16 and Aug 23: 92

 

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