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RCMP Report: ATV collision in Little Fort

  - Royal Canadian Mounted Police
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Clearwater RMCP report that BC Ambulance requested the assistance of police to set up a landing zone for the air ambulance following an ATV collision.

The collision took place on private property in Little Fort.

An 11-year-old had been driving an ATV with two other minors without helmets. There was a problem with the throttle and the ATV went down a small bank, hitting a fence and throwing the children off the ATV.

The youngest was air-lifted to Royal Inland Hospital in Kamloops for a head injury.

Missing male

Clearwater RCMP received a report from 100 Mile RCMP of a missing elderly male who was said to be last seen traveling on a motorcycle near Little Fort.

Police located the male, who had no idea where he was going or where he was supposed to be.

The male was transported to Royal Inland Hospital in Kamloops to check his wellbeing.

Skeletal remains located

Clearwater RCMP were advised of skeletal remains that had been located on Foghorn Forest Service Road near Birch Island.

A male hiker located the bones and was unsure if they were human or if they belonged to a black bear.

Photographs were sent to the local Conservation Officer and the Coroner’s Office. They were confirmed to be from a black bear.

Patrolling the highways

During the week the Clearwater unit of Central Interior Traffic Services:

• issued a local male a three-day immediate roadside prohibition for driving a motorbike while under the influence of alcohol;

• issued a female “N” driver a 12-hour driving prohibition for having alcohol in her system; and

• issued a male a 24-hour driving prohibition for alcohol consumption while driving.

Busy police work

Clearwater RCMP general duty members investigated during the past week:

• two bylaw noise report;

• a single vehicle collision;

• collisions with a bear and a beaver, both deceased;

• 10 erratic driving traffic reports;

• a missing person report;

• two reports of abandoned vehicle;

• two reports of shots fired;

• a found property report;

• four abandoned 911 reports;

• two theft reports, one resulting in a local male facing charges;

• two cause of disturbance reports;

• two mischief reports, one to vehicle the other a loud party;

• a breach of peace report;

• two false alarm reports;

• an uttering threats report;

• a criminal harassment report; and

• seven reports of trees across highways/power-lines.

Fraudsters keep trying

Police continue to receive numerous reports of frauds and scams.

• Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) scams – an officer will charge you ... NOPE;

• RCMP are looking for donations to teach school children about Fentanyl ... NOPE; and

• Work from home, just provide your banking information so we can deposit money in your account … DON’T DO IT.

 

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