Columbia Valley RCMP Report
At 9 a.m. on April 24, the Columbia Valley RCMP Detachment received a report of a stolen pink Norco girl’s bike from the area of Eileen Madson Primary School.
Hit and run near Station
At 10 a.m. on April 24, the detachment received a report of a hit and run on 6th Avenue behind the Station Pub. A 2013 Toyota was hit and damaged was sustained to the front drivers side quarter.
At 9 a.m. on April 24, a 2009 Kia Sport, parked in the 1500 block of 10th Avenue, was entered overnight and items strewn about. A radio transmitter unit for an IPOD was stolen.
Golf cart stolen in Windermere
At 11 a.m. on April 25, a golf cart was stolen from Lakeview Meadow Condos in Windermere. The cart is black in color. The tires marked “Lakeview Meadows # 200.”
Minor accident at Lussier
At 2:30 p.m. on April 25, a minor vehicle accident was reported to the detachment where the driver of a 2007 Pontiac G6 collided with the sister-in-law’s vehicle at Lussier Hot Springs. Christmas dinner, however, is still a go.
Dangerous driving and threats to officer
At 10:46 p.m. on April 25, as a result of driving evidence reported and observed by the police, a 57-year-old male from Invermere will be appearing in court on June 15 charged with dangerous driving as well as threats made to the investigating officers. The male also failed to provide a breath sample resulting in his licence prohibited for 90 days and his pickup impounded for 30 days.
Woman assaults man
At 12:57 a.m. on April 26, Columbia Valley RCMP was called to the 200 block of 10th Avenue to investigate a complaint of assault. The investigation revealed a 20-year-old female had assaulted a 20-year-old male. The male suffered minor injuries and was taken to Invermere and District Hospital. The investigation is continuing.
Mischief on 12A Avenue
On April 26 the detachment received a complaint of mischief when a window to a 2002 Hyundai Accent was damaged in the 2100 block of 12A Avenue.
Furniture damaged in Radium
At 6 p.m. on April 26, Columbia Valley Detachment investigated a complaint in Radium Hot Springs where furniture was damaged when thrown from a truck as well as damage to the tail light. A 29-year-old male from Canal Flats will be appearing in Invermere Provincial court on June 15.
Theft at Fairmont store
At 1:30 p.m. on April 27, the Columbia Valley Detachment attended to a complaint of theft from Fairmont Mountainside Market. An adult female departed the store with items not paid for. Staff confronted the adult female and retrieved the items. Further investigation revealed other thefts that were not detected by the staff. The adult female had departed by the time police arrived. The investigation is continuing.
A few things
Congratulations to all the kids at Eileen Madson Primary School and Edgewater Elementary School who managed to get through my gruelling and demanding bike course. Everyone passed and we had no injuries. Good job.
My thanks to the town’s work yard for providing the extra cones.
With our DTSS floor hockey challenge cup semifinals, the detachment is up 1-0 in the best out of three. Game two is slated for next week as our all-star goaltender Grant Simpson is out of action.
A student goaltender was offered but we determined none to be as good as Grant. Also, we would not want to put our trust in a student to throw the game on us. Speaking of the floor hockey challenge, Hoobernoff’s team, the Leafs, failed to even make the playoffs. Last place! Hard to believe that I was worried. I will keep you posted.
Cram the Cruiser
Two valley events: Canal Flats Days and the July 1 parade will have Cram the Cruiser. I will remind everyone often. Let’s get food and donation for the Canal Flats Food Bank and July 1 parade. Everyone on the parade route, bring some food and we will pack the Food Bank.
PS: Did I mention Hoobernoff didn’t make the playoff? Yes, I see I did mention Hoobernoff didn’t make the playoffs. Must be some reason that I want to make it clear that Hoobernoff didn’t make the playoffs.