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That’s a wrap for 2012

Well ladies and gentlemen, this will be the last post for 2012, the first year for this blog. December has been fairly short on updates, it’s been a busy month both at work and at home with the family.

Major

On the home front, we’ve added a new member to our family with the adoption of Major. A 5 month old German Shepard mix that we fell in love with at the Delta Community Animal Shelter. My wife has never had a dog, and our boys are still pretty young so it’s been a bit of an adjustment but Major is settling in very well and is a part of our family. He’s as goofy as our boys are with the energy to match!

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Broken hearts

My “office” during the recruiting tweet-along that I followed along with.

Day shift #1

To cover for some of the platoon on leave I was back in my old zone for the day. On the way there I took a report that a truck was stolen from outside a residence.  After some follow up for that I was dispatched to a single vehicle collision.  I arrived on scene to find an SUV had lost control, struck 2 parked vehicles and pushed a parked pickup truck up over the curb and into a telephone pole.   Continue reading Broken hearts

Coroner’s report

Day shift #1

We received a call that interrupted briefing, a report of a possible prowler in the early morning hours.  Several of us headed towards the house including our K9 officer.  After thoroughly checking the house and yard there was no sign of a prowler and the K9 didn’t pick up any sort of track.  There’s no doubt the complainant heard something and it was better to be safe than sorry. Continue reading Coroner’s report

Amber alert


Day shift #1

It was a fairly routine day, we spent some time getting settled in with our new Sergeant. I took a handful of routine calls and worked on 2 reports to crown counsel for charge recommendations. I did assist one family with a firearms pickup. An elderly family member could no longer care for the firearms and no one else had a valid firearms license. I secured the firearms and lodged them for safekeeping for the time being so the family has one less thing to worry about in a difficult time.

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