RCMP Report: Naked nuisance

This male had been arrested several time previously for the same offense

  • Sep. 7, 2013 3:00 p.m.


Earlier in the week, the prolific Clearwater Nudist was arrested by the Clearwater RCMP. This male had been arrested several time previously for the same offense and recently, has been committing the offense more often than usual.

The male was arrested and taken straight to the Clearwater RCMP cells, where he was held until the next morning. That morning, he was transported to Kamloops where he spent another night in jail, before appearing in front of a judge where three separate charges for the same offense were heard.

Internet tough guy

A male was arrested in Clearwater for sending death threats over Facebook.

A reminder that laws exist in cyberspace just as much as they do in the real world. It’s also quite easy to track down, print out, and hold a Facebook post as evidence to the offense. Internet bullying is becoming a large problem in todays society.

Clearwater RCMP will not take threats, bullying etc.. on the internet lightly.

Stolen vehicle

Earlier in the week, a grey 1993 Pontiac Grand Am was stolen from the owner’s property. The incident is currently being investigated and leads are being followed.

If anyone has any information they feel would be valuable, don’t hesitate to contact the Clearwater RCMP detachment.

High visibility

As the summer turns into fall, the days get shorter. For the active people who like to walk in the evenings, be sure to monitor the light situation.

It gets dark earlier now, so make sure to wear something reflective if you plan on being out after sunset.


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