Lillooet RCMP June 8 to June 14 2022, Calls for service: 53


2022-06-16 18:36 HAP

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Suspicious occurrence
On June 9 at 11:30pm, a man reported that he heard three unknown males talking outside his property on Main St. Police happened to be in the area however, no suspicious persons or activity was observed. Police attended the complainant’s residence but no one was located in the area.

Intoxicated in public
On June 10 at 10pm, a woman reported an intoxicated male that was shouting and threatening to fight people in the 1200 block of Main St. Police attended and located the man who was determined to be intoxicated when he could not understand some simple questions from police, and was incoherent in his responses. The man became uncooperative and resisted arrest but was successfully handcuffed and transported to Lillooet cell to sober up.

On June 11, Lillooet RCMP received a report about a man breaching his court ordered conditions. Police obtained statements from witnesses that supported that man breaching his conditions. Lillooet RCMP located the man walking on Moha Rd at 9pm, and arrested him for failure to comply with release order. Lillooet RCMP forwarded five counts of failure to comply with release order. The man was remanded in custody and transported to Kamloops Regional Correctional Centre.

On June 12 at 2pm, Lillooet RCMP conducted a roadcheck in Seton Portage. Approximately 15 vehicles were checked, and three verbal warnings were given for Motor Vehicle Act infractions. The roadcheck was concluded at 2:30pm.

On June 12 at 11pm, a man reported that his female friend had stolen his grass trimmer and he chased her across Hangman’s park but was not able to stop her. The man believed someone picked her up. RCMP made patrols but were unable to locate the woman or the trimmer. Police followed up with the complainant the next day who did not wish to pursue charges, and stated he would handle matters himself with his friend.

Suspicious person
On June 14 at 4pm, Lillooet RCMP received a report of a suspicious male sleeping in a vehicle parked near Conway Park. Police attended and identified the man who was intoxicated, however there was no key in the ignition, vehicle or on the man. Police identified the man and learned he had an active warrant for arrest. The man was arrested for being drunk in public and transported to Lillooet cells. The warrant was executed the next day when the man was sober and released with a future court date.

Suspicious occurrence
On June 14 at 5pm, a woman reported hearing screaming and possibly a dog squealing in the area of Pine St or Park Dr. The woman was not sure where the screaming was coming from. Police did patrol and heard someone yell but were unable to determine where it came from. Police spoke with eight different residents in the area but only one other person had heard screaming but also was not sure where it came from. Lillooet RCMP continued to actively patrol the area for over 40 minutes but nothing was heard or seen. No further calls to police from the area.

Diffusé par :

Gend. Andrew Hodges

Agent des relations avec les m├ędias
GRC de Lillooet
317 rue Main Lillooet C.-B. V0K 1V0
Bureau : 250-256-4244

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