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February 8th, 2024 – ALERT

ORIGINAL: Woodstock Police Force, in partnership with the West District RCMP, is actively investigating a

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If you are in the taxi business, or thinking about it, below is some information on how to become street-legal. If you have any questions, please contact the by-law officer at 506-325-4601. ... See MoreSee Less

If you are in the taxi business, or thinking about it, below is some information on how to become street-legal. If you have any questions, please contact the by-law officer at 506-325-4601.

7 CommentsComment on Facebook

Should add no smoking in the cab with or without a passenger

Is this being posted because there companies in town that are not legal?

Most of the new pop up cab companies in town have regular plates on them.

I thought a taxi in NB need a semi annual inspection and not a yearly

Uber has made it impossible to enforce...

Bots will be driving us

What about the ones who smoke in them and that's all u smell gross fortunate enough not half to go in one rather walk

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April 10, 2024

IT'S WARRANT WEDNESDAY!

The Woodstock Police Force would like to announce that by working collaboratively with our community partners, outside agencies, and individuals, we have successfully put many previous participants on the list before the courts, thus removing them from “Warrant Wednesday”.

A FEW OF OUR OUTSTANDING WARRANTS:
JANSSENS, David Frank - ARREST
JINSON, Lorne Allen - ARREST
TRECARTIN, Erica Ann Marie - ARREST

*A full list of our current Warrants can be found at:
woodstockpoliceforce.ca/about-us/warrants/
Errors and omissions excepted. DO NOT approach or confront any of the people identified *
If you would also like your names removed from our warrant list, we would encourage you to seek legal counsel and, after doing so, make arrangements to attend the Woodstock Police Force office.
Thank you in advance,
Woodstock Police Force
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April 10, 2024
ITS WARRANT WEDNESDAY!
The Woodstock Police Force would like to announce that by working collaboratively with our community partners, outside agencies, and individuals, we have successfully put many previous participants on the list before the courts, thus removing them from “Warrant Wednesday”.
A FEW OF OUR OUTSTANDING WARRANTS:
JANSSENS, David Frank - ARREST
JINSON, Lorne Allen - ARREST
TRECARTIN, Erica Ann Marie - ARREST 
*A full list of our current Warrants can be found at:
https://woodstockpoliceforce.ca/about-us/warrants/
Errors and omissions excepted. DO NOT approach or confront any of the people identified *
If you would also like your names removed from our warrant list, we would encourage you to seek legal counsel and, after doing so, make arrangements to attend the Woodstock Police Force office.
Thank you in advance,
Woodstock Police Force

3 CommentsComment on Facebook

Our justice system needs a serious overhaul. The police put in the time and effort to arrest these people only to see the crown and courts cut deals or let them off with a slap on the wrist. Half the names on this list are repeat offenders. It’s nothing more than a slap in the face to law abiding citizens and the officers who work hard to get these people off the streets just to see their names pop up on warrant lists time and time again because the courts can’t dish out proper sentences.

What’s the most common surname on the warrant list?

Matthew Goodwin safe again buddy 👀

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Looking good, thank you.

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