POLICE REPORT: Four vehicle collision on Haisla Bridge and other police files

A selection of police calls from July 28 to August 3.

July 28

A four vehicle collision on Haisla Bridge resulted when one vehicle triggered a three vehicle rear-ender. Two drivers were injured and taken to the hospital. The driver of the first vehicle was given a ticket for driving without consideration.

July 29

A stolen dirt bike was reported at approximately 10:30 a.m. from a utility trailer on Nalabila Boulevard. The bike is a red and white 2006 Honda CRF-450X.

July 30

At 7:30 a.m. a vehicle stop on Kuldo Boulevard revealed a driver who had previously been prohibited. The 25-year-old Kitimat man is set to appear in provincial court in October, and the vehicle was impounded for seven days.

July 31

At 8:15 a.m. the RCMP received a complaint of an erratic driver on Kitamaat Village Road. A subsequent pull-over found the driver was impaired. The 27-year-old Kitamaat Village man received a 90-day roadside prohibition and a 30 day vehicle impoundment.

At 9:40 p.m., a young grizzly bear was reported seen on the grounds of Mount Elizabeth Middle Secondary School. The bear was seen by officers, before it ran towards Smith Street, then on to the green belt towards Meldrum Street. BC Conservation Officer Service were notified.

August 1

A break and enter was reported at the shack at the Kitimat Refuse Centre. The front door was kicked in and three Dewalt drills were reported stolen.

A stolen red Yamaha Kodiak quad was reported stolen from a car port on Tweedsmuir Street.

An District of Kitimat orange commercial Ariens self-drive lawnmower was reported stolen from Coghlin Park at 3 p.m.

August 2

A male walking out of Tony’s Corner Store was recognized by a nearby officer as a person with an outstanding warrant for failure to appear at court. The 48-year-old Terrace man was arrested and held in custody ahead of a court appearance last week.

At 10 p.m. police were called to a weapons complaint, when the caller said they saw a person put a gun in their pocket before driving off. Police found the vehicle and “conducted a high risk take down” and searched for the gun. No weapon was found.

August 3

A camera was found near the “jumping bridge” over Hirsch Creek and the police are asking the owner to come to the RCMP detachment to claim in.

Information on these files can be called to 250-632-7111, or call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477


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