Theft from Winroc
Campbell River RCMP responded to an intrusion alarm at Winroc on Homewood Road at 10:25 p.m. on Mon., Nov. 7.
Police determined that suspect(s) had forced entry through a rear door and stole an undisclosed amount of money.
General duty and forensic investigators continue to look into the theft.
Anyone with information on this offence is asked to contact the Campbell River RCMP or Crime Stoppers.
Woman backs into a plane
A vehicle backed into a parked Cessna aircraft at a business on Spit Road at 3:45 p.m. this past Wednesday. The responding investigator determined that the 53-year-old woman driver was backing up in a 2007 Ford pick-up when she struck the tail section of the aircraft causing significant damage.
No one was injured and no charges were laid in this collision.
Dirt biker charged
A police officer stopped a Suzuki dirt bike driven by a 26-year-old Campbell River man at 2:30 p.m. this past Wednesday.
The officer discovered that the man did not have a driver’s licence and the vehicle was not insured.
Additionally, the man was a vehicle impound candidate due to previous infractions.
A number of charges were laid and the motorcycle was impounded.
Thief leaves empty-handed
Campbell River RCMP responded to a report of a residential break and enter on Passage View Drive at 8:10 p.m. this past Thursday.
The property owner reported that when he returned home he saw a grey sedan parked while idling near his residence.
When he approached it the suspect vehicle took off quickly.
Investigation revealed that the suspect(s) entered via a sliding glass door at the rear of the home. Various cabinets were rummaged through, however nothing appeared to have been taken.
Police believe the suspect(s) fled once they observed the property owner returning. Anyone with information on this offence is asked to contact the Campbell River RCMP or Crime Stoppers.
Erratic driver in town
A patrolling officer saw a 1998 Ford pick-up driving erratically south bound on Highway 19A at Maple Street at 11:15 p.m. this past Friday.
The vehicle was traveling at a high rate of speed and wandering into oncoming lanes.
The officer stopped the vehicle on Shoppers Row.
The driver, a 40-year-old Campbell River man, displayed symptoms of impairment, and he was arrested for dangerous driving and impaired driving, after refusing to provide breath samples.
Two male teens were seen smashing the glass of a bus shelter in the 700 block of Dogwood Street at 12:10 a.m. this past Saturday.
Responding officers located two youths aged 14 and 15-years-old.
The youths admitted responsibility and have been diverted to the city’s restorative justice program instead of facing criminal charges and court time.