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Stolen ATV located in Springhill, charges pending

SPRINGHILL - Police have recovered a stolen ATV after a recent investigation in Springhill.
The find was made after the Cumberland Integrated Street Crime Unit and the Springhill Police Service conducted a search of a Springhill residence.
The investigation continues with charges of Possession of Stolen Property expected to be laid against at least one adult from Springhill.
Drug, weapons charges
expected
SPRINGHILL - Drug charges are pending after a Feb. 5search of a Springhill residence.
During the search a quantity of cannabis marihuana, cannabis resin, and 11 firearms were seized from the home.
The investigation continues and charges under the Controlled Drugs and Substance Act and charges under the Criminal code for weapon related offence are expected.
Illegal parkers to be towed along Highway 4
WENTWORTH - After receiving numerous complaints of motorists parking along Highway 4 by Ski Wentworth, 'no parking' signs have been erected.
Const. Dal Hutchinson with the Cumberland District RCMP said the Department of Transportation has erected the signs in the area to reduce the risk to motorists and pedestrians.
Motorists failing to abide by the signs in the area will have their vehicles towed at the owner's expense, as well as being issued a ticket under the Motor Vehicle Act.
The ticket will be a $65.21 fine.
The RCMP are asking motorists to co-operate and abide by the posted signs

Organizations: Cumberland Integrated Street Crime Unit, Springhill Police Service, RCMP Department of Transportation

Geographic location: Springhill

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