Lillooet RCMP October 13 – October 19 2021, Calls for service: 49

Lillooet

2021-10-25 09:21 PDT

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Borrowed Tools

On October 14 at 12pm a male reported that he had loaned a 30 year-old male some tools and had given him until that day to return them. The 30 year-old did not return the tools on time and the complainant was requesting the 30 year-old be charged with theft. Police explained to the complainant that it is not theft when he willingly loaned the tools to the other male, and there was no criminal code offence to be further investigated. Police attempted to assist and spoke with the 30 year-old who stated he had returned the tools, but was then being accused of not returning all the tools. Police were unable to assist any further and left it to the two gentlemen to sort out who had whose tools.

Suspicious white van

On October 15 at 9pm a female reported a suspicious white panel van parked near Old Bridge Rd, adding that she was concerned someone was in the van that doesn’t want to be. Lillooet RCMP were unable to attend immediately due to another call. Stl’atl’imx police attended on behalf of the RCMP and did not locate anything suspicious or anyone not wanting to be in the van.

Disturbance

On October 16 at 1:30pm a female reported that a 60 year-old male had a tire iron was trying to start a fight with six other people at Museum Park. Police attended the park and spoke with the group of six who stated the 60 year-old male showed up and began talking about slapping them around. The 60 year-old was located nearby by police, who said the group of six were threatening him and that he did not have a tire iron. Police observed a tire iron on the 60 year-olds scooter, and when questioned he stated that he was working on his scooter. Police cautioned the 60 year-old to stay away from the park and the group of people, and observed him ride away on his scooter with tire iron.

Traffic Violation

On October 16 at 9pm a complainant reported suspicious vehicles near the wood bridge at the end of Old Bridge Road, adding that one was black and one was white. Police attended immediately but the vehicles were gone on arrival. RCMP conducted patrols and located a black vehicle with matching description parked behind the Reynolds Hotel, with no occupants. The vehicle had no insurance and was towed off scene.

Peaceful Protest

On October 17 at 12pm Lillooet RCMP attended a peaceful protest in Lytton. Approximately 50 protestors were in attendance demanding CN Rail take accountability for the fire that levelled the community on June 30, 2021. Protestors became more upset when the first train passing through did not on the tracks for a minute of silence. Over the course of 5 hours and negotiations with CN Police, protestors were able to have a CN Rail train stop on the tracks in Lytton for a moment of silence and reconciliation.

Stolen trailer


On October 18, a complainant reported leaving his 24ft flat deck trailer at the Cayoosh Brake Check point above Seton Lake on October 16 at 6pm, and returned on October 17 at 7am to find it was gone. The trailer was described as dual axel, black steel frame, with white and red reflective tape on the sides. Anyone with any information regarding this incident is requested to contact Lillooet RCMP, please reference Lillooet RCMP file 2021-1949.

Suspicious Circumstance

On October 19 at 7pm a male complainant reported seeing a female in the back of his truck on Davidson Crescent. The male confronted the female, who appeared in her 20’s with pinkish red hair, and was intoxicated. The female claimed she was looking for her aunt’s place then took off towards Moha Rd. Three members conducted patrols in the area but were unable to locate a female with matching description.

Released by:

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

 

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