Grand Forks RCMP: No liquor infractions on Christina Lake but infractions at Christina Lake

Grand Forks RCMP say there were no liquor infractions on the waters of Christina Lake but there were in the Christina Lake area.

RCMP continue to patrol Christina Lake in the summer months.

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Over the last week, Grand Forks RCMP continued its patrols of Christina Lake and according to Cpl. Richard Lanz, there were 17 warnings issued for various violations ranging from not having a life-jacket to no boat registration.

He said there were no liquor infractions on the waters, however the same could not be said of the land and surrounding area.

“Patrols were made at Christina Lake over the weekend and several youth were checked going to and from parties in the area. There was one young person charged for ‘minor in possession’ and one person charged for consuming liquor in a public place,” explained Lanz.

“Also, one intoxicated youth was located and was taken home to their parents,” he said.

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