Squamish RCMP Media Briefs for July 15th to July 21st, 2019
2019-07-24 12:29 PDT
Total Number of Files: 203
5 - False Alarms
6 - False/Abandoned 911 Calls
6 - Collision Investigations
3 - Excessive Speed
7 - Bylaw calls
Total Number of Files: 203
1. SQUAMISH RCMP ASSIST SPCA WITH ANIMAL WELLBEING CHECK: July 16th, 2019
On July 16th, 2019, at approximately 1:45 pm Squamish RCMP assisted the SPCA in doing a check for wellbeing of several cats inside a motorhome parked in a lot of a local business. SPCA inspectors found approximately 7 cats in the motorhome but all appeared to be in good health, had food, and water available. The owner was updated and determined the accommodations for the animals sufficient.
2. MALE CAUGHT DRIVING WHILE PROHIBITED TWICE IN ONE WEEK: July 17th-July 21st, 2019
On July 17th, 2019, at approximately 1:40 pm a Squamish RCMP officer was patrolling in the 40000 block of Garibaldi Way when he passed a vehicle with a driver he had previously arrested for Driving While Prohibited. A traffic stop was conducted and the male was arrested and held for court the next day where he was released on conditions. On July 21st, at approximately 1:40 am the same police officer was conducting patrols on Loggers and noted a vehicle where man driving the same individual. Just prior to the stop by police the driver crashed the vehicle in to a construction site. The driver was again arrested, this time for Fail to comply with Recognizance, Prohibited Driving, Dangerous Operation of a Motor Vehicle, Possession of a Controlled Substance, and Mischief. The man, a Squamish resident, was held in custody and later released by a Judicial Justice of the Peace.
3. STOLEN VEHICLE FROM BURNABY LOCATED IN LIONS BAY: July 15th, 2019
On July 15th, 2019, Squamish RCMP were called to the Lions Bay Marina due to a vehicle blocking the roadway on Lions Bay Avenue. Upon arrival members were able to determine that the vehicle had been stolen from an individual in Burnaby the previous day. The black Honda Civic was found to have a blown front drivers side wheel and had travelled around the Lions Bay Avenue area prior to losing traction on the hillside. The Lower Mainland Integrated Police Dog Section attended to the area to assist in a search for evidence and the vehicle was towed to Burnaby RCMP for their investigation.
4. TWO MOTORCYCLE COLLISIONS IN TWO DAYS ON HIGHWAY 99:
On July 19th, 2019, at approximately 3:00 pm Squamish RCMP and Sea to Sky Trafffic Services responded to single motorcycle collision around Britannia Beach on Highway 99. It appeared the driver of the motorcycle lost control in traffic and skidded to the side. Both the driver and a back passenger were transported to hospitals in the Lower Mainland. On July 20th, at 7:50 am Squamish RCMP attended to a single motorcycle collision around Furry Creek where the driver lost control and went off into the trees on the side of the road. The driver was transported to a hospital in Vancouver.
5. TWO YEAR OLD CHILD LEFT IN THEIR CARSEAT IN A HOT PARKING LOT: July 21st, 2019
On July 21st, 2019, at 1:50 pm Squamish RCMP and Squamish Fire attended to a complaint from a individual who noted there was a small child in the backseat of a vehicle in the parking lot of a local business. The vehicle was in the sun and the child was left alone in their carseat. The inside temperature of the vehicle was over 30 degrees and the child, 2 years old, was removed from the carseat by Squamish Fire and they were assessed by BCEHS. The parent was located and MCFD was contacted regarding the incident. Squamish RCMP cannot warn care providers enough about the dangers of leaving children unattended in a vehicle, particularly on a hot day. Temperatures can raise to lethal levels in a short period of time and we have already seen one tragedy in the Lower Mainland during this summer season.
Anyone with any information regarding the above files are asked to contact the Squamish RCMP at 604-892-6100 or contact Crimestoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS, or go to www.solvecrime.ca
Sgt. Sascha BanksSea to Sky Operations Support NCO i/c
squamish.bc.rcmp.ca (English only)
1000 Finch Drive, Squamish BC V8B 0M5
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