Police presence was noticeable

At the Action Fest Slo-Pitch Tournament, I have never seen so many police present in 30 years I have lived here.

Dear Editor:

At the Action Fest Slo-Pitch Tournament, I have never seen so many police present in 30 years I have lived here.

They were way overboard on their patrolling as they were smelling and dumping coolers, coffee cups and drink glasses at 9:30 in the morning, giving tickets to people and even taking beer cans from the table to recycle bins.

No wonder no one wants to come here.

Why don’t they shut down the grow ops that they have around town and are still looking into after two years.

Get real, RCMP. Let the kids have some fun. I thought they behaved well.

D. Waddington

Summerland

 

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