RCMP Report: Loud party on Dunn Lake Road

Clearwater RCMP are working with other provincial agencies to address this issue

The weekend before last a party was hosted on private property on Dunn Lake Road. Numerous noise complaints were received from residents living on both sides of the river. The part owner of the property is from Kamloops and is known to police.

The matter is still under investigation and Clearwater RCMP are working with other provincial agencies to address this issue and deal with any future occurrences.

Break and enter into the Blue River Post Office

During the early morning hours of Aug. 25, someone broke into the Blue River Post Office and stole a undetermined amount of money and post office materials.

Anyone with information is encouraged to call Clearwater RCMP at 250-674-2237 or Crimestoppers.

Motor vehicle collision near Birch Island

Last Thursday at approximately 8 p.m., two vehicles traveling south on Highway 5 collided by the Birch Island Rest Area.

The driver of a fully loaded tractor-trailer unit attempted to avoid a van making a left hand turn into the rest area.

The driver of the van suffered serious injuries and was transported to hospital by EHS.

Clearwater RCMP would like to thanks EHS, Highway Rescue, Clearwater Towing, On Call Towing and Argo Road Maintenance for their assistance.

Vandalism taking place around town

Over the past couple of weeks a number of acts of vandalism have taken place around town, including at Rotary Sportspark, Liquid Lifestyles, Clearwater Secondary School and Dutch Lake Beach.

Incidents have ranged from spray painting buildings to property damage.

If you have any information regarding the vandalism taking place, please call the detachment at 250-674-2237.

Road construction near Avola and Blue River

There is road resurfacing taking place near Avola and Blue River, so be prepared for short delays in traffic.

Flaggers are on scene to direct traffic. Please obey them. Too many times drivers pass through constructions zones at a high rate of speed, putting the flaggers and road crew in danger.

 

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