Creston RCMP Weekly Report October 31, 2022 to November 9, 2022
2022-11-14 06:32 PST
- A man reported that someone had dumped several hot water tanks on his property. The man was advised he could dispose of them as he sees fit.
- A man reported a large feline ocelot cat in his residence with a chain on its neck. The man later called to report it was actually just a normal house cat and had a normal collar.
- Officers assisted in getting a man in a mental health crisis to the hospital. The man received treatment for his extensive mental health issues.
- Creston RCMP received a report that a person was being extorted for money. The person was conversing online with an unknown person and sent explicit photographs to the unknown person. The suspect then demanded money or they would be sent to friends and family. Creston RCMP would like to remind the public to always beware what you share with people online if you do not personally know them.
- A woman attended the police station to turn herself in for an alleged assault she committed while on a 5 day drug binge. An officer determined that no crime had been reported or committed by the woman and advised her she would not be arrested. She became upset, throwing her phone at the officer and upending a table. The officer then arrested her to prevent further destruction of property and held her in custody until she sobered.
- Creston RCMP received a report of a man breaching his conditions. Charges are being forwarded.
- Officers attended a single vehicle collision early in the morning. The driver had only just got his license back on November 5th. The officers found the driver to be heavily intoxicated. Officers issued the driver a driving prohibition and impounded his vehicle.
- A woman was located stealing a vehicle and arrested. It was later determined that she also stole multiple wallets and started a fire. Multiple charges are being forwarded against the woman.
- A man reported that a man was struggling to push his bike up an icy hill. The caller was advised this was not a police issue.
- Received a report of a threat was made with a knife in Crawford Bay. The threat was determined to be unfounded.
- File 2022-3330: Creston RCMP received a report that Dennis Jensen was breaching his probation order. Officers determined he was not abiding by his house arrest conditions. Jensen was arrested and held for court. Officers recommended he be held but he was released by the courts.
- Officers attended two local business during the day to remove the same unwanted person.
- Officers were called to Creston Valley Hospital for a man causing a disturbance in the lobby. The officers attended and deescalated the man helping him calm down. The man taken to a local motel at his request.
- An officer receive a report of a neighbour being up set about a barking dog.
- Creston RCMP received a complaint that someone was having an issue with some pussy cats and getting them fixed. The matter was found to be a SPCA issue and a civil issue.
- Officers assisted BC Conservation Service with recovering illegally harvested road kill.
- Creston RCMP received a report of a man who lost his rifle while hunting.
- Creston RCMP received a call where a man was wondering if he would get charged for spilling coffee on chocolate bars. An officer called him back and advised if he would not be charged for spilling coffee. The man then asked if he could still go on his holiday and he was advised he could do what he wanted.
Cst. Brett Urano
Creston RCMP General Duty
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