Lillooet RCMP August 4 – August 10 2021, Calls for service: 58
2021-08-18 12:04 PDT
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On August 4 a BC Hydro worker reported that a custom aluminum enclosure was removed and stolen on June 7th from a pole near the Seton Powerhouse. The enclosure contained two 125 AHR Stark Age 12V batteries, one 50 watt solar panel approx. 1’ x 2’, a datalogger, and a regulator. Anyone with information about this incident is asked to contact Lillooet RCMP, reference 2021-1337.
On August 8th at 12pm a female reported that her brown Mitsubishi Outlander was stolen and recovered 100 metres away with a flat tire at Seton Lake Rec Area parking lot, Lillooet. Police attended and observed the Outlander had minor front passenger side door damage, and flat front passenger side tire with damage to the sidewall. The female reported she and her family parked the Outlander at the upper parking lot, left the key inside and doors unlocked and went down to the lake to take photos. They returned 5 minutes later to find the vehicle was gone. While looking around they located the vehicle and key approximately 100 metres further down the parking lot, where it had collided with a rock causing damage to the tire and passenger door. Anyone with information about this incident is asked to contact Lillooet RCMP, reference 2021-1370.
On August 9th a
Robyn brand water pump was stolen from the Roshard Rd area. The theft occurred around July 30th. Anyone with information about this incident is asked to contact Lillooet RCMP, reference 2021-1378.
On August 4 a male riding a Kawasaki motorcycle was southbound on Hwy 99S near Roger Creek Campground when he lost control on a left hand turn, hit some gravel causing the bike and rider to go down. The male rider was wearing a helmet and possibly sustained broken ribs, along with some road rash. Air ambulance attended and transported the rider to Kamloops Royal Inland hospital.
On August 5 a 67yo male complainant reported that a 64yo male entered his mineral land claim along Hwy 12 and threatened him. There was no physical altercation. Further investigation revealed there was a dispute over ownership of the land and the 64yo male did not say anything that would be deemed criminal. Parties were informed the issue was civil in nature.
On August 6 at 9pm Lillooet RCMP conducted a roadcheck for valid drivers licences, insurance, and intoxicated drivers. Approximately 30 vehicles were checked with no violations found before police were called away to a high priority call.
On August 9 at 1:30am police were called to Davidson Cres for a disturbance. Police located an intoxicated female at her residence who was being uncooperative with police. The female began yelling incoherently at her neighbours and police. Police attempted to deescalate and allowed the female to stay home, only to find her yelling with colourful language outside again moments later. Police received three additional 911 calls during the incident regarding the female yelling. After being given numerous chances to quiet down and go inside, the female was subsequently arrested for causing a disturbance and transported to Lillooet cells for the night.
Cst. Andrew Hodges
317 Main Street | Lillooet BC | V0K 1V0
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