RCMP Report: Vehicle collision leads to charges

Man could be charged with resisting arrest following rollover collision

Police were advised of a vehicle rollover collision on Highway 5 near Harmon Road. It was reported that the male driver was intoxicated and was trying to leave the scene.

While en route, police were advised that the male driver almost ran into the complainant while trying to drive away in the damaged vehicle.

Police attended and the male was arrested for impaired driving. The male resisted arrest, was handcuffed and placed into custody with the assistance of a bystander.

The male was issued a 90 day immediate roadside prohibition and his vehicle was impounded for 30 days.

The male is also being investigated for resisting arrest. Charges will be forwarded with a court date to be scheduled in Clearwater.

Police would like to thank the bystander for his assistance so all involved were able to leave the scene without any injuries.

 

Break and enter

Over over the Remembrance Day holiday police were advised of more break and enters, this time at the Ministry of Forests and at the Kinder Morgan pumping station

Police were able to identify one of the two, non-local, suspects who have been involved in multiple break and enters throughout B.C.

Police will be forwarding multiple break and enter, and breach of undertaking charges against the male, and will request a warrant for his arrest.

The male is a prolific property crime offender with numerous current outstanding charges.

 

Collision with deer

Police investigated a single vehicle collision with a deer near Highway 5 in Blue River.

 

Cause a disturbance

Police we called to Clearwater Lodge to investigate a disturbance.

It was reported that a female was yelling and crying at the front of the building, saying that her boyfriend had left her behind and took all her money and clothing.

Police arrived and the female was gone; the male had already returned, picked her up and left.

It was reported that when the female got into the vehicle she yelled “My boyfriend is a drug dealer,” then departed.

A vehicle description was obtained but police were unable to locate it.

 

Impaired by lack of sleep

Police were advised of a possible impaired driver on Highway 5 near Blackpool. A tractor-trailer was swerving all over the roadway and almost hit a southbound vehicle.

Police made patrols and located the vehicle. The driver was sober, though he was getting tired from driving.

The driver pulled over in Clearwater to get some sleep. No charges were forwarded.

 

Local Traffic Services

Police stopped a local resident who was traveling at 155 km/hr in a 100 km/hr speed zone.

The driver was issued a violation ticket for excessive speed and his vehicle was impounded for seven days.

 

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