Sooke Mounties answer the call

Police have answered 2,487 calls this year, down slightly from previous years.

  • Sep. 23, 2015 7:00 p.m.

Sooke Mounties answered the call 389 times in July and another 392 times in June, according stats released by the District of Sooke.

In July, police investigated 13 incidents under the provincial Mental Health Act, 12 thefts under $5,000 and nine incidents of mischief and property damage.

June numbers mirrored those from July with 16 incidents under the provincial Mental Health Act and 10 investigations each for theft under $5,000 and mischief and property damage.

Overall, police have answered 2,487 calls this year, down slightly from previous years.

 

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