Here is the police report from the Sûreté du Québec for the period from January 28 to February 3, 2019.
The report is a list of incidents responded to by Québec police.
On January 28, police responded to a fraud complaint in Lachute, a shoplifting incident in Grenville and a robbery on Béthany Street in Lachute, along with a break and enter on Robert Street in Lachute.
On Tuesday, January 29, police responded to a tobacco infraction in Lachute, and to three collisions in Lachute and one in Grenville.
On Wednesday, January 30, police responded to a criminal fire in Lachute, to a collision on Autourte 50 and to a theft in Grenville and a shoplifting incident in Lachute.
On Thursday, January 31, police responded to five collisions; one occurred in Brownsburg-Chatham, four incidents occurred in Lachute. A hit and run took place in Brownsburg-Chatham.
On Friday, February 1, a collision on Scotch Road in Grenville-sur-la-Rouge resulted in light injuries. A collision took place in Brownsburg-Chatham and a hit and run took place in Lachute. There was a theft of gas on Maple Street in Lachute.
On Saturday, February 3, there were five collisions with one occurring on Autoroute 50, one occurring in Lachute, one in Brownsburg-Chatham, one in Grenville-sur-la-Rouge and one on Route 327 at St-André-d’Argenteuil. Police also responded to one report of mischief on Avenue Argenteuil in Lachute.
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