Crime of the Week: Impaired operation of ATVs

Crime Stoppers, law enforcement agencies, and the New Brunswick ATV Federation would like to remind the public that it is illegal to operate all-terrain vehicles (ATVs) while impaired.

Drinking and driving is against the law and the same rules apply when operating an ATV.

“Speed and alcohol are a deadly combination,” says Sgt. Tammy Ward of N.B. Crime Stoppers. “It is important for all operators to use their ATVs in a safe, responsible manner. Tragedies can be prevented by not letting anyone operate a machine under the influence of alcohol or drugs.”

If you have any information concerning the unlawful operation of an ATV and wish to remain anonymous, call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS. If your information leads to an arrest, you could qualify for a cash award of up to $2,000.

 

 

 

There are 4 ways to submit an anonymous tip to Crime Stoppers:
TALK: Call us toll-free 1-800-222-TIPS (8477)
TYPE:
www.crimenb.ca/tips or directly at www.crimetip.ca
TEXT:
TIP212 plus your message to CRIMES (274637)
TAP: Download our TipSubmit™ Mobile App for Apple™ or Android™ devices

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