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Month: May 2009

Consecration Of New Westminster Police Service Ceremonial Flag

On May 23, 2009 at 3:00pm, the Lt. Governor of British Columbia, the Mayor of New Westminster, the members of the New Westminster Police Service, the New Westminster Police Service Pipe Band as well as other dignitaries will gather in Queens Park, New Westminster B.C. to honour the newly developed New Westminster Police Service ceremonial […]

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Male Stabbed

New Westminster Police have a thirty-six-year-old woman in custody following a stabbing incident last night. Shortly after 8:00 PM on May 7th, police were called to an apartment building in the 500 block of Ash Street after residents reported a male lying in a hallway covered in blood. When officers attended they discovered the male, […]

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Missing Male With Medical Concerns

UpdatedL 1630 hours We are very pleased to announce that the sixty-one-year-old male who was reported missing late last night after leaving Royal Columbian Hospital, has been located. Shawn McGladdery, who was in need of medication, arrived at Vancouver General Hospital earlier this afternoon and has since been transported back to his family in Surrey. […]

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Police Arrest Male In Break And Enter Theft

On May 4, 2009 at 0250 hours residents in the 800 block of 12th street contacted the New Westminster Police Service to advise of awakening to the sound of breaking glass at a nearby business. Patrol officers were immediately dispatched to the area. The witnesses remained on the 9-1-1 line with police dispatch and were […]

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New Westminster Police Officer Returns From Afghanistan

Deputy Chief Constable Mike Judd has returned home to New Westminster after serving in Afghanistan for one year as a civilian police advisor in that country’s capital city of Kabul. In early 2008 Deputy Chief Judd was one of two senior Canadian police officers selected by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police’s International Peace Operations Branch […]

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