Bella Coola RCMP Report for October and November

Bella Coola RCMP Report for October and November 2014

On the morning of Sunday October 12th, Police were made aware of a fight outside in 4 Mile Subdivision.  Police attended and located the intoxicated males fighting.  Both males were arrested and spent the day in cells to sober up, before being released without charges.

Also on Sunday October 12th, Police attended a motor vehicle collision between 4 Mile and Bella Coola on Hwy 20.  Police stayed on scene until the vehicles could be removed from the roadway.  There are no charges being sought in this incident.

On Friday October 24th, RCMP located a male in the town site of Bella Coola who was on conditions not to be in Bella Coola. The male was arrested and is now facing numerous criminal code charges, and is being held in custody until his next Court appearance in Vancouver in November.

On Sunday October 26th, Police located an intoxicated male walking around Bella Coola after a report was received of the male causing a disturbance at a residence. The male was arrested and lodged in cells. The male was released the next morning, when sober, with no charges.

On Saturday November 1st, Police observed an intoxicated male in Bella Coola arguing with other people and causing a disturbance.  Police arrested the male and lodged him in cells, who was released later in the night, sober, without charges.

On Saturday November 8th, Police completed a traffic stop on Hwy 20 after a vehicle was observed driving erratically.  The driver failed two roadside screening tests and was issued a 90 Day driving prohibition, and a 30 day vehicle impoundment.

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