Cranbrook RCMP respond to 208 calls

Cranbrook RCMP responded to 208 calls for service between Monday, July 20 and Sunday, July 26.

Cranbrook RCMP responded to 208 calls for service between Monday, July 20 and Sunday, July 26. Staff Sgt. Dave Dubnyk provided the details.

July 20

8:08 a.m. Police received a report of a possible suicidal man. Police attended and spoke to the individual, who had already called to speak to his doctor. Police determined that no further action was required.

9:24 a.m. An abandoned vehicle was reported on Lakeview Drive.

10:22 a.m. Police received a report of a stolen mountain bike from the 2500 block of 12th Street North. The bike is a silver Diadora Novaroa.

10:50 a.m. A vehicle was broken into on the 200 block of 2nd Street North.

11:10 a.m. Report of an intoxicated individual outside a local beer and wine store. Police located the person who had an outstanding Mental Health Act warrant. The person was taken to the hospital.

12:43 p.m. A two vehicle accident was reported in Wycliffe. There were no injuries.

1:50 p.m. Police received a warrant of committal out of Alberta. The individual was arrested and six day remand was obtained so that the person could be returned to Alberta.

5:16 p.m. A complainant reported an ongoing problem of a vehicle driving by with no mufflers, causing a disturbance in the neighbourhood on the 1200 block of 19A Street South.

5:34 p.m. Report of an erratic driver. The vehicle, a dark Toyota Tundra with B.C. licence plates pulling a trailer, ran a stop sign.

8:06 p.m. Report of a disturbance on Mission Road near the St. Eugene golf course. Police attended the address and assisted in the removal of unwanted guests.

July 21

12:20 a.m. An individual dressed in black walking near the 500 block of Van Horne Street was reported as a potential traffic hazard.

11:53 a.m. A wallet that was found at the local Esso station was turned in to the detachment.

12:56 p.m. An intoxicated individual was reported outside a local liquor establishment. Police located the a group of people, but found no alcohol. They went on their way.

1:10 p.m. A motorcycle hit a deer. The passenger sustained minor injuries.

1:14 p.m. Report of shoplifting from a local clothing store.

2:01 p.m. A caller worried that someone had entered their neighbour’s residence, after seeing the door ajar. The caller believed the neighbour was out of town.

2:08 p.m. CP Rail reported that individuals walking on the railroad track near Moyie had nearly been struck by a train.

3:23 p.m. A local trucking company reported theft of fuel.

3:33 p.m. Report of harassment between and an ex-boyfriend and girlfriend.

4:13 p.m. Report of a hit and run accident in the 200 block of 14th Avenue South.

4:47 p.m. Police received a call of a dog left in a hot vehicle.

7:10 p.m. A possible impaired driver was reported near Fort Steele. Police located the vehicle and found that the driver was showing signs of impairment. The driver refused a roadside screening and was issued a 90 day immediate roadside prohibition and 30 day vehicle impound.

10:18 p.m. An officer on patrol came across an intoxicated man, who was detained until sober.

11:41 p.m. A person was reported missing in the Wardner – Fort Steele area. Police located the individual in Grasmere at a friend’s house.

July 22

9:05 a.m. A theft was reported at a residence on the 2000 block of 2nd Street South. A Toshiba laptop was stolen.

11:51 a.m. Police checked on an abandoned 911 call. It turned out to be related to a family dispute.

1:36 p.m. A break and enter was reported on the 1800 block of 4th Street North.

2:48 p.m. A two vehicle accident occurred. There were no injuries reported.

3:40 p.m. Two vehicles were in an accident on Kootenay Street North. There were no injuries.

6:17 p.m. A driver reported hitting a bear on Highway 95/A. The bear was injured and had to be dispatched.

8:47 p.m. An erratic driver was reported. The vehicle was a Chevrolet pickup truck with B.C. plates. Police could not locate the vehicle.

9:15 p.m. A semi driver reported hitting a bear on Highway 3/93 near the rest stop. The bear died as a result.

9:56 p.m. Police checked on an abandoned 911 call that originated from a local hotel. When police arrived, there was an intoxicated man attempting to fight people from other rooms. The man was arrested for causing a disturbance.

July 23

1:18 a.m. Residents called to complain about a semi truck parked near their house that had been left running noisily all night.

9:34 a.m. An accident occurred on Cranbrook Street North when a wheel came off a moving vehicle and struck another vehicle.

10:51 a.m. A local trucking company reported that gas had been stolen.

3:48 p.m. A tailgate was reported stolen from a truck parked near a rural boat launch.

7:49 p.m. Report of a possible impaired driver. The vehicle was a black Dodge with B.C. plates. The complainant thought they’d seen the driver throw beer cans out the window. Police could not locate the vehicle.

9:14 p.m. Report of intoxicated individuals behind a local liquor establishment. Police arrived and found a heavily intoxicated woman having difficulties standing, slurring her speech and vomiting on herself. She was lodged until sober.

July 24

10:44 a.m. Chilliwack RCMP forwarded a subpoena for a witness living in the Cranbrook area.

12:54 p.m. A motor vehicle accident between a vehicle and motorcycle occurred on Victoria Avenue.

4:44 p.m. Report of vehicle tires slashed at a local grocery store.

5:42 p.m. Report of an erratic driver on Cranbrook Street North. The vehicle was a black Chevrolet Avalanche with B.C. plates.

8:45 p.m. A guest at a hotel suspected that someone had entered their room and stolen money.

8:51 p.m. Police received a report that an individual had taken someone else’s cell phone and posted photos online without the owners consent.

8:59 p.m. Report of a recovered boat trailer, found down a forest service road. The owner was contacted.

9:30 p.m. A person was reported missing after going to Calgary to visit family but not arriving. Cranbrook RCMP are working with Calgary City Police to locate the individual.

July 25

2:32 a.m. An intoxicated female was arrested and lodged y an officer on patrol.

11:44 a.m. A person on a scooter collecting cans was reported as a potential traffic hazard.

6:32 p.m. Report of a suicidal man. He was located and taken to hospital for further mental health assessment.

8:09 p.m. Police responded to a report of a possible assault on a child at a local residence. The matter is under investigation.

9:58 p.m. A suspicious vehicle was reported on Wattsville Road.

11:28 p.m. A loud party was reported on the 2000 block of 2nd Street South.

July 26

12:59 a.m. Report of a stolen iPhone.

12:51 a.m. A loud party was reported on the 400 block of 26A Avenue South,

2:15 a.m. Police attended a residence after a report of a break and enter. It turned out to be two kids sneaking out of the house.

12:56 p.m. A single vehicle accident occurred on Kootenay Street North.

6:51 p.m. A local employer reported that an employee had not shown up to work and was worried. Police investigated and found that the person had gone out partying for the weekend, but was ok.

11:25 p.m. Police were requested to check on a local individual. The caller was concerned the individual may be suicidal. Police spoke to the person and determined there were no issues.

11:39 p.m. Report of harassment.

11:48 p.m. Police received a report of a missing person. The complainant said their husband had gone to Edmonton for work, but had not heard from him which was unusual. Police located the man, who was safe and sound. He was not able to call due to cell phone issues.

 

Just Posted

The City of Cranbrook and the Ktunaxa Nation raised the flag of the Ktunaxa Nation at the arches entrance into the city’s downtown core during a ceremony on Monday, June 21. Photo courtesy City of Cranbrook.
Ktunaxa Nation flag raised at downtown arches entrance

The Ktunaxa Nation flag was raised at the Cranbrook arches — the… Continue reading

Kimberley Search and Rescue were able to quickly respond to a call for service and transport an injured mountain biker to East Kootenay Regional Hospital over the weekend. Kimberley SAR file photo.
Kimberley Search and Rescue respond to injured mountain biker on Bootleg Mountain

Kimberley Search and Rescue responded to a call for service this past… Continue reading

FILE – Perry Bellegarde, National Chief of the Assembly of First Nations, takes part in an event on Parliament Hill in Ottawa on Tuesday, July 7, 2020. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Sean Kilpatrick
Indigenous Peoples Day must be a ‘call to action’, says Assembly of First Nations chief

Discovery of children at Kamloops residential school site must lead to change, Perry Bellegarde says

City of Cranbrook, Ktunaxa Nation to host flag ceremony on National Indigenous Peoples Day. (Corey Bullock file)
City of Cranbrook, Ktunaxa Nation hosting flag ceremony on National Indigenous Peoples Day

A temporary road closure and speed limit reduction will be in effect during the ceremony

A tent housing a mobile vaccination clinic. (Interior Health/Contributed)
Over 5K jabbed at Interior Health mobile COVID-19 vaccine clinics

The clinics have made stops in more than 40 communities since launching last week

The border crossing into the United States is seen during the COVID-19 pandemic in Lacolle, Que. on February 12, 2021. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Paul Chiasson
VIDEO: Border quarantine to soon lift for fully vaccinated Canadians

Eligible travellers must still take multiple COVID-19 tests

Chilliwack secondary school’s principal is apologizing after a quote equating graduation with the end of slavery in the U.S. was included in the 2020-2021 yearbook. (Screenshot from submitted SnapChat)
B.C. student’s yearbook quote equates grad to end of slavery; principal cites editing error

Black former student ‘disgusted’ as CSS principal apologizes for what is called an editing error

Skeena MLA Ellis Ross. (Photo by Peter Versteege)
BC Liberal leadership candidate condemns ‘senseless violence’ of Okanagan church fires

Skeena MLA Ellis Ross says reconciliation isn’t about revenge for past tragedies

A coroner’s inquest will be taking place at the Capitol Theatre in Port Alberni for the next week. (ELENA RARDON / ALBERNI VALLEY NEWS)
Teen B.C. mom who died following police custody recalled as ‘friend to many’

Police sent Jocelyn George to hospital after intoxication had gone ‘beyond the realm’ of normal detox

FILE - In this Nov. 29, 2020, file photo, Las Vegas Raiders defensive end Carl Nassib leaves the field after an NFL football game against the Atlanta Falcons in Atlanta. Nassib on Monday, June 21, 2021, became the first active NFL player to come out as gay. Nassib announced the news on Instagram, saying he was not doing it for the attention but because “I just think that representation and visibility are so important.” (AP Photo/John Bazemore, File)
Nassib becomes first active NFL player to come out as gay

More than a dozen NFL players have come out as gay after their careers were over

Penticton Indian Band Chief Greg Gabriel speaks to the Sacred Hearts Catholic Church burning down early Monday morning, June 21, 2021. (Monique Tamminga Western News)
Penticton band chief condemns suspicious burning of 2 Catholic churches

Both Catholic church fires are deemed suspicious, says RCMP

COVID-19 daily cases reported to B.C. public health, seven-day moving average to June 17, 2021. (B.C. Centre for Disease Control)
B.C.’s COVID-19 infections drop to 90 on Sunday, 45 Monday

Pandemic spread dwindles as 77% of adults receive vaccine

By protesting uninvited in First Nations’ territories, conservationists are acting in a neocolonial or paternalistic manner, says Huu-ay-aht Chief Robert Dennis. Photo by Heather Thomson
A closer look: do Vancouver Island First Nations support the war in the woods?

First Nations/environmentalist old growth alliance uneasy, if it exists at all

A blood drive in support of 1-year-old Rielynn Gormley of Agassiz is scheduled for Monday, June 28 at Tzeachten First Nation Community Hall in Chilliwack. Rielynn lives with type 3 von Willebrand disease, which makes it difficult for her to stop bleeding. (Screenshot/Canadian Blood Services)
Upcoming blood drive in honour of Fraser Valley toddler with rare blood condition

The Gormley family has organized a blood drive in Chilliwack on June 28

Most Read