Police Patrol: Powell River RCMP report

Powell River RCMP reported the following for November 26 to December 2, 2020.

Total calls for service: 86
Thefts: 2
Assaults: 2
Impaired driving: 2
Mischief: 1
Break and enter: 2

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November 26; Manson Avenue, 4800 block
At approximately 10:52 pm, police stopped a vehicle after it was seen driving without lights on. The driver, a 50-year-old female, showed signs of impairment while speaking to police. A breath sample was obtained, and as a result, the female was issued a 24-hour driving prohibition under the Motor Vehicle Act.

November 27; Michigan Avenue, 4400 block
At approximately 2:14 pm, police responded to a report of a stolen bicycle. Approximately two weeks earlier, a green bike with two baskets mounted on it was stolen from a residence at that location.

November 29; Black Point Road
At approximately 5:43 pm, police responded to a report of a vehicle collision on Black Point Road. RCMP attended and located a blue truck in a ditch. Police spoke to the driver and determined he had tried to make a U-turn, but ended up in the ditch. No one was injured, and the vehicle was removed from the ditch.

Anyone with information about these incidents is asked to contact Powell River RCMP at 604.485.6255, or to remain anonymous, contact Crime Stoppers at 1.800.222.TIPS (8477) or online at bccrimestoppers.com.

As the holiday season gets closer RCMP will be conducting more alcohol and drug impaired driving enforcement to keep the roads safer for everyone.

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