Royal Newfoundland Constabulary patrol officers were busy Tuesday night, despite rain and cooler temperatures in the St. John's metro region.
Members responded to 232 calls for service over 24 hours.
Around noon Tuesday, a man was arrested on Lime Street for a breach of court order and held to appear in court.
A 17-year-old female was arrested for theft under $5,000 from a city supermarket and was released to appear in court at a later date.
A 23-year-old man, who was wanted on an arrest warrant, was also arrested in the Cabot Street area of St. John's. He was charged with breach of court orders and escape from lawful custody. He was conveyed to the city lockup to be held until his court appearance today.
The RNC drug investigation unit charged a 30-year-old man after a traffic stop on Pennywell Road. A quantity of cocaine and marijuana was seized. The man was released to appear in Court at a later date.
A 54-year-old man was charged after a traffic stop in Conception Bay South Tuesday night. Charges include impaired driving, operating a vehicle with blood alcohol over the legal limit and having open liquor in a motor vehicle. The man was also driving the vehicle while his licence was suspended. There was no insurance on the vehicle and he had failed to transfer ownership. His outstanding fines amounted to about $4,600.00.
The vehicle was seized and the man was released to appear in court at a later date. A 28-year-old Mount Pearl man was also arrested after midnight for uttering threats to cause death and breach of a court order. He was held to make a court appearance in the morning.
Shortly after 3 a.m. a 21-year-old man was arrested in Mount Pearl and charged with uttering threats to cause death and breach of a court order. He was detained to appear before the judge this morning.
The RNC encourages the public to reduce their speed, especially in early morning fog and be ever-vigilant for moose that like to wander onto the highways.