Lillooet RCMP November 17 – November 23 2021, Calls for service: 41
2021-11-29 10:31 PST
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On November 17 at 11:30am a female complainant reported that someone had cut the lock on her trailer that was parked off the road near Main St and 7th, and stole a bag of meat from inside. Anyone with any information regarding this incident is requested to contact Lillooet RCMP, please reference Lillooet RCMP file 2021-2197.
On November 17 at 5:30pm a complainant reported a female in a bright yellow sweater stole a bottle of Vodka from the Hotel Victoria store. RCMP then witnesses a 15 year old female running away from the Hotel Victoria with a bottle in hand. Police pursued the female, who ran down to the train tracks off Fraserview St, and arrested her. Police located an open bottle of
Pink Whitney vodka on the intoxicated female. The 15 year old was transported to cells to sober up, and her mother was advised of the occurrence. The mother advised she would pick up her daughter the next morning. Charges were not pursued due to mitigating factors.
On November 17 at 8pm a female complainant reported observing a male in a red and black hoodie masturbating in front of the Lillooet Museum. RCMP attended and located two females and one male. RCMP advised they were there for someone masturbating, but all parties denied any masturbating that day.
On November 18 at 10am a Canada Post worked reported a male and female sleeping inside the post office overnight. Both male and female are well known to police, and known to be homeless. Police located the couple two nights later and warned them that the Post Office was not an acceptable place to sleep, and that the Lillooet Shelter was available. Police continue to monitor the Post Office.
Breach of Peace
On November 18 at 7pm RCMP were advised of a couple fighting on Russell St and 9th Ave. Police attended locating a female crying in the middle of the intersection and appeared intoxicated. The female was uninjured and uncooperative with police. The female only wished for a ride home. RCMP drove the female home. RCMP then located the male at the Esso gas station, who stated he was in an argument with his girlfriend. The male was found to have a warrant out of Kamloops. Police arrested the male, and released him with a future court date at the request of Kamloops RCMP.
Break and Enter
On November 20 at 10am an employee at the Hotel Victoria reported that a 51 year old male entered the lobby the previous night and stole a room key and security camera. The male, well known to police, was observed of security footage. RCMP located the male and arrested him for break and enter, and possession of a controlled substance. The male was later released with a future court date and conditions.
Theft of bicycle
On November 22 a male complainant reported that his bicycle was stolen while parked unlocked at the Lillooet hospital. The bicycle was valued at $100. Lillooet RCMP located the bicycle unattended at a property on Moha Rd. A female in the area stated a friend of hers said the bicycle was his and she could borrow it, so she rode it back. The bicycle was seized and returned to the rightful owner, who did not wish to pursue criminal charges.
Break and Enter
On November 23 at 10pm a female reported seeing lights in an abandoned building in the 600 block of Fraserview St. Lillooet RCMP attended and located a 43 year old male inside who ran away from police. Police were able to catch the male and arrested him for breach of conditions for carrying knives contrary to his court ordered conditions. Criminal charges were approved by BC Prosecution Service, and the male was remanded in custody.
Cst Andrew Hodges
317 Main Street | Lillooet BC | V0K 1V0
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