Police kept busy Easter weekend

The Alexis Creek RCMP recovered four stolen ATVs in the Alexis Creek area on Saturday, April 4.

  • Apr. 8, 2015 8:00 p.m.

Four ATVs recovered

The Alexis Creek RCMP recovered four stolen ATVs in the Alexis Creek area on Saturday, April 4.

“Two of them were the ones reported stolen from the UBC Alex Fraser Research Centre in Williams Lake in March,” Staff Sgt. Del Byron said.

Motor vehicle crash

On Easter Sunday at 7 p.m. the RCMP responded to a two vehicle crash on Highway 97 at Maranatha Drive near 150 Mile House.

A Suburban with Alaska plates was travelling northbound when it crossed the centre line and crashed into a southbound Ford  F150 pickup truck.

The impact caused the pickup truck to leave the road off right and roll.

“The pickup truck had four people in it and miraculously no one was ejected or injured,” Byron said.

Police investigated the driver of the Suburban for impaired driving.

Two arrested for possession of stolen property

Two men were were arrested for stolen property Sunday, April 5. Earlier in the evening, the RCMP received a report of prowlers on Gibbon Road. When they arrived they discovered there was an outdoor party with an argument taking place.

“A pink backpack along with two small bicycles were reported stolen,” Byron said.

An hour later the police saw two men riding small bicycles near Highway 20 and Mackenzie Avenue. They were charged for  possession of stolen property.

Additionally two people were arrested on Thursday, April 2, for breach of conditions. The RCMP also arrested two people on warrants and another person on an endorsed warrant.

 

Williams Lake Tribune

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