Amherst Police responded to 132 complaints during the week of July 7 to July 13.
AMHERST – A 19-year-old male is facing a charge of driving while disqualified after his vehicle was pulled over for speeding by Amherst Police on Sunday.
A check on his licence revealed his licence is suspended indefinitely.
It was one of 132 complaints received by the Amherst Police Department between July 7 and July 13.
Also on Sunday, police charged a man with breaching the terms of his undertaking after he was spotted in a downtown area bar.
He was in a business where liquor is sold, which was contrary to the conditions of his release from custody.
He will return to court for plea on Aug. 11.
On Saturday, police charged a 25-year-old man with assault causing bodily harm after receiving reports of an assault at a Liberty Lane residence that occurred in January.
The female victim allegedly suffered a broken nose in the altercation.
The male is scheduled to appear in provincial court on July 21 to enter a plea.
Police also investigated a shoplifting complaint at a South Albion Street grocery store.
The male was located at his residence and $40 in groceries were recovered at his home.
Charges of theft are likely to be laid.
Also during the week:
Police attended a report of two females arguing at a residence on LaPlanche Street. Officers attempted to arrest one of the females on a couple of breach charges when she fled the area on foot.
The 20-year-old female was arrested by police after a short foot chase. She has been charged with two counts of fail to comply with a probation order and resisting arrest.
She is slated to attend Amherst provincial court on July 21 for plea.
A shed was broken into at a business on West Victoria Street. Police are continuing to investigate the incident.
Amherst officers received reports of a dog left in a vehicle parked on Prince Arthur Street. The windows were rolled down and the dog was not observed in distress.
The registered owner was contacted and was given a warning to not leave pets in hot vehicles.
A vehicle was reported damaged while parked at a car dealership on Robert Angus Drive. A winch cable was wrapped around the vehicle and the door handle was broken.
Police are continuing with the investigation.
A 27-year-old male is facing a charge of failing to comply with a condition of his recognizance after police conducted a residence check.
The male, who is confined to house arrest, was not present at his house on Prince Arthur Street when police did a compliance check.
The male is currently being sought by police.
An incident involving two vehicles drivers was reported to police near the Exit 3 into Amherst.
The two who were driving vehicles described as a black Acura and a maroon Corolla, had stopped near the exit and had gotten out of their vehicles. Both were observed in a heated argument.
Both drivers then returned back to their vehicles and sped into town limits.
Police made patrols but were unable to locate either vehicle or driver.
APD members received a call of a dog left in a vehicle in the Havelock Street area. Police attended however the vehicle had left the scene prior to police arrival.
Officers were able to locate the vehicle a short distance away and police gave a warning to the driver to not leave animals in a vehicle unattended on hot days.
Amherst Police received reports of a theft of Percocet pills from a residence on Spring Street. Police are currently investigating.
A bottle of Wellbutrin pills was reported stolen from a Havelock Street residence. A suspect has been identified but has not yet been located for questioning. Police are still investigating the file.
Officers responded to reports of an unknown male walking into a residence on Croft Street. The homeowner called police and officers arrested the male a short distance away on Spring Street.
The male was released from custody with no charges after it was discovered that the incident was a misunderstanding.
Anyone with information related to these incidents is asked to contact the Amherst Police Department at 667-8600 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.