Welamukotuk First Nation (Oromocto First Nation) - RCMP New Brunswick occurrences
50 occurrences were reported in Welamukotuk First Nation (Oromocto First Nation) to date in 2023.
82 occurrences for same period in 2022.
|Break and enter||0|
|Mental Health Act||2|
|Robbery and extortion||0|
|Theft of motor vehicle||1|
|Theft of over $5,000||0|
|All other occurrences||42|
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