Lillooet RCMP August 25 – August 31 2021, Calls for service: 49


2021-09-02 09:47 PDT

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Missing Person Found
On August 25 at 8pm Kamloops RCMP requested Lillooet RCMP assistance in locating a 62yo male that was believed to be in the Lillooet area. The male had been out of contact with family for over 3 weeks, and was formally reported missing to police on August 23rd in Kamloops. At 9:30pm with some tips from some locals, Lillooet RCMP located the 62yo male at a rural residence. The male was safe and appeared in good health, adding he had lost his phone and wallet several weeks ago.

Suspicious Vehicle
On August 26 at 1am a complainant reported a suspicious green Ford F150 parked near the intersection of Moha Rd and Main St. Police attended and spoke with the male driver who stated he was sleeping in his truck with his two daughters as all the local hotels/motels had no available occupancy. Police suggested a more discreet location to sleep for the night to avoid future police attendance and the vehicle moved along.

On August 26 at 6am Lillooet RCMP were called to a disturbance on Russell Lane. The complainant reported hearing screaming, yelling, and someone throwing things around. Police attended and located the 22yo male resident, who denied making any noise. Police checked the residence to ensure there was no one injured inside, no one else was found.

On August 26 at 11:30am a complainant reported that a 22yo male employee at Savona Specialty Plywood had allegedly damaged two touchscreen computers after being disciplined and leaving the mill area. Police attended and spoke with the complainant who informed police that the 22yo male was no longer permitted on site, but did not wish to pursue criminal charges at that time.

Indecent Act
On August 26 at 12pm a female complainant reported a male masturbating behind the Lillooet courthouse on Russell Lane. The only descriptor provided was an Indigenous male wearing an orange shirt. Police made patrols but were unable to locate anyone with a matching description.

Don’t yell at me
On August 29 at 10am a 41yo male reported that unknown people had been yelling at him and honking their horns. The male added it occurs at night and he has never been able to see how it was. The male wanted to leave Lillooet and requested police escort him across in his vehicle across the Camels bridge. Police followed the male in his vehicle, no one else followed him, and no one yelled or honked at him.

Loud Party
On August 30 at 3:30am a 23yo female reported she was having a party with 6 other people and two females were arguing outside. RCMP and Stl’atl’imx police attended located two intoxicated females outside who stated nothing physical had occurred. Police departed the residence but heard yelling at the residence about 30 seconds later. A 19yo female was transported to the Lillooet shelter, and a 16yo female was permitted by the home owner to stay at the residence.

Missing Person Located
On August 30 at 8am Lillooet RCMP received a report of a missing person. The complainant reported that a female tenant had left the bath tub water running all night, the front door was locked but the back door was wide open, and the fridge door was left wide open as well. Police were not able to locate the female until re-attending her residence at 6pm that day, where she was found alive and well. It was unclear why she left the bath tub running all night, and the fridge and back door open.

On August 30 Lillooet Secondary School reported two security cameras were stolen and had video of all the people involved. Police attended and observed the video and two males were positively identified as former students. Police arrested one male, who was released with a future court date. The file is still under investigation.

Vehicle hits Pedestrian
On August 30 at 3pm Lillooet RCMP received a report that a female was struck by a vehicle at the crosswalk at 7th Avenue and Main St. RCMP attended and found a 43yo female laying on the ground next to a blue vehicle. The male driver was cooperative with police, saying he was unsure where the female came from. Ambulance attended at which point the female refused treatment, refused to speak to police, and left on foot apparently uninjured. Police issued the male driver a Violation ticket under the Motor Vehicle Act.

Cst Andrew Hodges
Lillooet RCMP
317 Main Street | Lillooet BC | V0K 1V0
Tel: 250-256-4244

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