RCMP Report: Busy week for police

Clearwater RCMP had 47 calls for police service during the period of March 13 to 23

During the period March 13 – 23, Clearwater RCMP had 47 calls for police service with the following notable files.

Impaired driver – March 12

Clearwater RCMP stopped a vehicle being driven by a local male. Police entered into an impaired driving investigation resulting in an Immediate Roadside Prohibition.

The driver was issued a three-day driving prohibition and his vehicle was impounded for three days.

The driver was also issued a violation ticket for driving contrary to restrictions.

RCMP also seized 30 grams of marijuana from inside the vehicle.

Impaired driver – March 13

Clearwater RCMP stopped a local male on Highway 5 for failing to wear his seatbelt. The male was impaired by alcohol which started an impaired investigation resulting in an Immediate Roadside Prohibition.

The driver was issued a three-day driving prohibition and his vehicle was impounded for three days. He was also issued a violation ticket for failing to wear his seatbelt.

Domestic assault – March 15

RCMP responded to a domestic assault in Vavenby. A male was arrested for assault and he was transported to Kamloops to appear before a judge.

Theft of fuel – March 15

RCMP received information that sometime the previous night an unknown person siphoned diesel fuel out of an pickup truck parked outside of the owner’s residence on Murtle Road in Clearwater.

If you have any information that could lead to the identity of the suspects, please call the local RCMP.

Theft of property – March 22

Sometime during the night suspect[s] stole some tools/machinery from a storage shed near a residence on Webber Road near Little Fort.

If you have any information that could lead to the identity of the suspects, please call the local RCMP.

 

 

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