Person Charged with Trespassing After Police Called to Encampment in Cobourg’s East End

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A person was given a trespass notice after Cobourg Police and Cobourg Fire Department responded to a area on Dodge Street on Monday, April 10, 2023.

Shortly before 8 a.m. police were dispatched to an area on Dodge Street in Cobourg’s east end for an encampment that was set-up near the roadway.

A campfire was also burning next to a hydro pole.

While police dealt with the individual, Cobourg fire department extinguished the fire.

The individual was given a ticket for trespassing.

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