|RCMP weekly reports|
The Williams Lake RCMP provide a weekly report to local media outlining complaints and calls for service from the previous week.
Theft from vehicle
RCMP received a report that some time overnight, suspect(s) broke the drivers side window of a vehicle and stole a red tool box with miscellaneous tools. Valued at $150.00.
Theft of sword
RCMP received a report that some time over the past week, someone reached in through the callers open front window of his house and stole his Katana Samurai Sword valued at $200.00. The sword is described as standard Samurai sword with black and marble inlay, two daggers insert in handle.
A male threatened to kill his ex-girlfriend. Officers attended and arrested the male who is known to the police. The male was held in custody to appear in court in the following morning.
Report of Kidnapping
An anonymous caller reported that a male had been kidnapped due to outstanding debts. Officers were able to locate the male who denied being taken against his will. The complaint was unfounded, the investigation was closed.
RCMP received a report of a domestic disturbance between a male and female. The female advised she was pushed to the ground by the male. The male was arrested for the assault and later released on an Undertaking to Appear in Court at a later date.
A female reported being punched in the face and grabbed by the throat by the male she lives with. The female was not cooperative with the police. The male was arrested and released on an undertaking to appear in court at a later date.
A male attempted to punch his girlfriend but luckily missed. The male then threw her to the ground before he was tackled by off duty Security Guard. Officers arrested the male and later released him on an Undertaking to appear in court at a later date. The female was uncooperative and fled the scene.
Just as a school dance at Columneetza Secondary School was starting someone called in a bomb threat from a payphone at the Greyhound Station. Officers attended, school was cleared and locked down. File remains under investigation to identify the caller.
A female was driving while Impaired. She was stopped by officers and refused the Breathalyzer demand. She was charged for the refusal and her vehicle was impounded.
A “Rave” was being held at the Long House on the Williams Lake Stampede Grounds. Police found numerous liquor offences and the smoking of marihuana. The event was terminated for public safety reasons as the host had ineffective security and was unlicenced.
A male was arrested for assaulting a cab driver at a local drinking establishment. The male was charged and released to appear court at a later date.
Break And Enter
RCMP received a report of a break and enter to a garage at a residence on Eagle Way, in 150 Mile House. Officers attended an learned that a neighbour had entered looking for his dog.
A male was charged for Impaired driving after providing samples of his breath that exceeded the legal limit.
February 19Missing Bicycle
A female reported that her brother’s bicycle, a green Norco, no serial number, approx $700 went missing sometime overnight.Theft From Cold Beer And Wine Store
Two males wearing dark clothing stole a case of 'Lucky' beer from a local Cold Beer and Wine Store. Surveillance video to be reviewed to identify the thieves.
Discovery Of Bones
A female caller reported her granddaughter was hiking with some friends and found some bones. The caller believed the bones to be human. RCMP will attend the scene later today to verify if the bones are human or from a local animal.
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