Squamish was more naughty this Halloween

A 25-per-cent increase in police calls from last year

Local RCMP responded to 35 calls during Halloween, a 25-per-cent increase from last year.

This measurement was made between Oct. 31 and the early morning hours of Nov. 1.

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Fireworks complaints, intoxicated persons, a drug-impaired investigation, speeding complaints, and suspicious persons calls were all among the issues officers were called to deal with, police say.

Of the four fireworks complaints, two were for concerns for safety of fireworks and two were for fireworks after hours or setting them off without permits.

 

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