The Bruins game kept the city buzzing with excitement last night, and as the Police patrolled they came across a few in breach of conditions as well as some suspicious activity.

Sgt. Tyler McMillan with the City Police, "Police did a walk-through of the Bruins hockey game earlier in the evening, It seemed to be an interesting game for the fans and it was good to see the kids out having fun. And we appreciate all of them coming up and saying hi to us as we walked through."

McMillan in regards to routine checks, "Police also did several curfew checks last night, on residents who have conditions that have to be home at certain times. Everyone that we checked for their curfew was home last night so that was good. We also attended a residence of 2 people who are on conditions of an undertaking. Those conditions are checked periodically, and in this instance, they were found in breach of one of their conditions so they were both arrested at the scene. And brought back to the assembly service where they will appear in front of a justice of the peace, later on, today."

"Police also patrolled different areas of the city, as we were patrolling the 500 block between 4th street and 5th street in the alley around 2:30 am in the morning a man was walking back there. Didn't find him committing any crime, it was just odd for him to be back there at that hour. If anybody notices anything missing from their property or vehicles, please make sure you call the police service so we can follow up on it."

McMillan reminds residents, "Otherwise drive safe and stay hunkered down this Sunday if the wind picks up."

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