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REPORTING · 5th November 2013
Kitimat RCMP
12;24 Kitimat RCMP were called by a complainant stating a possible domestic involving her sister. Members attended and heard a male and female yelling over loud music. The members spoke to both separately. The female stated that the male who was intoxicated was just going to sleep and she turned the music off and this upset the male and he was yelling. The complainant was on the phone and lost service while talking with her sister. The loss of communication prompted her to become concerned. All persons involved indicated there was no need to police attendance. There was no assault and the yelling was loud to be heard over top of the loud music. File Concluded.

13:18 A member received report from a complainant that a male had taken a bottle of liquor from Wee Geordies Cold Beer store at 176 Nechako Centre Kitimat last night at 2217 hrs. Male was with 2 other females. Incident witnessed by a cashier. The suspect picks up the bottle of liquor and comments about it and turns toward to door at which time the 2 girls make idle conversation with clerk allowing the suspect to exit the door. The witness stated that she observed the suspect leave the door with the bottle and tried to go after him, but was inadvertently slowed down by the 2 girls allowing the suspect to escape. The girls said the would try to get his name for the witness later as they said they only just met him. The complainant advised members that surveillance would be available next day. File still under investigation.

13:21 Kitimat RCMP received a report from a complainant that his neighbour's girlfriend had called him with regards to contacting a surveyor to survey the property between her boyfriend’s residence on Omenica St and the complainant's house . Ongoing property line dispute between the two (Xref 13-3856). The complainant alleges that the girlfriend said she would get the surveyor to come out and survey the properties and then "shove a stake up his ass". A member spoke with the girlfriend who advised that she did call him, they both argued for a bit, but she never said anything to the effect of shoving something "up his ass". Member advised her to cease further contact with the complainant, agreed. Member then spoke with the complainant who was satisfied with outcome and advised to contact police if further issues arise. Member also advised the complainant to avoid trying to contact the girlfriend and neighbour, he agreed. File concluded here.

13:54 Kitimat RCMP were called to a single vehicle motor vehicle collision on Kitamaat Village Road. Members attended and found a silver aluminium/steel boat overturned on the shoulder still attached to its trailer from which the wheels and hubs were missing. The trailer appeared to lose the wheels and flipped when it hit the gravel. Members remained on scene until receiving a priority call. Vehicle was towed away. The driver was given a violation ticket for operating an unregistered vehicle as the trailer was homebuilt and not registered. File concluded.

15:08 Members attended a Unit on Albatross Ave Kitimat from in response from a complainant who indicated that he heard what sounded a male yelling and screaming, name-calling. Noise was going on for about an hour. Members were met at door of the Unit by a male who advised that he was just playing a video game and was getting mad because he was losing. Police could confirm this, as the game, Grand Theft Auto was in progress on the TV and his character was getting run over several times by a tank. Nothing found in residence to suggest an offence occurred, concluding here. File concluded.

17:00 Kitimat RCMP were called by a complainant reporting a Red truck was passing unsafely and speeding on Hwy 37 at the Kitimat River. Member patrolled Hwy 37 and did not locate the vehicle and then attended to the residence the vehicle is registered to and was still unable to locate vehicle. The next day, the member following up on this complaint, again attended the residence and learned the registered owner had recently moved to a new address. The member attended the new address and spoke to the person who was driving the truck. He stated he was driving the vehicle and passed a slow moving vehicle that was going 70km/h in the 100km/h zone. He stated he tried to pass legally a few times however the vehicle would speed up. He then stated he passed on a double line but ensured there was visibility. The member cautioned the driver of the dangers of passing on the double line. File Concluded

19:01 Kitimat RCMP received a complaint of a fight at the Ol Keg Pub and that 1 of the subjects of the complaint broke a window and had since left. A member attended and spoke to one of the males involved in the altercation. He was uncooperative and doesn't want any police involvement. Damage is estimated at $500. The other male involved was reported to have left the scene in a 1988 grey 4 dr Toyota Camry. The property rep said that he possibly works for someone at the KMP camp. The property rep would like to be compensated for window, and not interested in pursuing charges. Member attended KMP camp and obtained contact numbers for both the other male and the registered owner of the vehicle. The other male was willing to pay for damages. The member arranged with the property rep and the other male for a meeting. The property rep was satisfied with outcome if the other male attends. Unable to substantiate if an assault occurred as no cooperative victims. File still under investigation

21:53 Kitimat RCMP detachment received a complaint from complainant reporting her daughter missing. The daughter has been reported several times as a missing youth to the Kitimat RCMP. The complainant advised her daughter had last spoken to her at 2100 hours on Friday Nov.1, 2013. She believes her daughter may be with her sister. The sister was reported missing on Nov. 1, 2013 as per Kitimat file #2013-3858. Members following leads, located the sisters at a residence on Quail St and were transported back to their residences where an adult was at home. Guardians were appreciative. Both youth are removed from CPIC. File concluded.

22:11 Kitimat RCMP Detachment received a complaint from a complainant advising of a male who broke a bottle and tried to grab a waitress and was kicked out of the Ol'Keg Pub. Members located the male not too far from the Ol'Keg Pub. He proceeded to talk to himself and walk away from officers. The male was shouting and screaming "Meghan" and other random comments. The members arrested the male for Cause of Disturbance. The male was passive-resistant with members, not following direction given. Members were able to place male in handcuffs with minimal force. Upon walking the male to the police car he dropped and would not walk and further. A member pulled the police car around closer to location and he was placed inside. The male was transported to Kitimat Detachment and lodged in cells without incident. Members followed up with the complainant who advised the male smashed a bottle and then when asked to leave tried to push people however the bouncers kicked him out. The male was released without charges in the morning. The male was also very apologetic for his behavior. File concluded.

22:13 Kitimat RCMP were contacted by a complainant in regards to a possible impaired driver. The complainant suspects driver of a white SUV (no BCL obtained, unknown make and model) to be impaired based on erratic driving in Kitamaat Village. Members performed extensive patrols in the area with negative results. The complainant was not available on callback. File is concluded.

23:26 Kitimat RCMP were contacted by a complainant who states that he believes someone may be at a residence when there is not supposed to be anybody there. The complainant did not respond to Police call-back. Patrols were made. No vehicle in drive and no signs forced entry. It is unknown what the complainant's association to this residence is. Voicemail message left for the complainant advising of outcome. File is concluded.

November 3
01:26 Kitimat RCMP Detachment received a complaint from a taxi who advised they had a passenger that would not get out and was very intoxicated. The taxi attended the detachment and a member observed an older male slouched over in the front seat unresponsive but breathing. The member shook is arm slightly and the male opened his eyes. The male had a very strong odour of liquor and slurred his words to the point where the member could not understand what he was saying. The member helped him out of the cab where she then arrested him for Drunk in a Public place. The male was not able to stand on his own, he could not care for himself and therefore, lodged in cells without incident and released in the morning with no charges. File concluded.

01:33 Kitimat RCMP received a complaint from a complainant that the driver of a Black Chevy Pickup is possiblely impaired at the Tim Hortons and has turned left on to Haisla Blvd. Member attended. Issues with CPIC dispatch and as a result the member was unable to query vehicle. It was believed that the vehicle was a 2005 Black Toyota Tundra. The member did extensive patrols of Kitimat, negative. Unable to locate driver and no further information was available at the time. File Concluded.

01:49 Kitimat RCMP received a report from a complainant that there was a Halloween party taking place at the Luso club and there seemed to be a number of potentially impaired individuals leaving in vehicles. A member attended and observed a person sit in the drivers seat of a vehicle. Odor of liquor on breath. Two ASD results of 'WARN'. No charges. File is concluded.

02:12 Kitimat RCMP Detachment received a complaint reporting a major fight in front of the Kitimat Hotel. Members attended and spoke with local patrons as well as staff inside and everyone advised they did not see a fight. Subjects of Complaint believed to be Gone On Arrival. File concluded.

03:31 Kitimat RCMP Detachment received a complaint advising that there was a large number of people out and about around the Kitimat Hotel. File is still under investigation.

05:08 Kitimat RCMP Detachment received a complaint reporting an intoxicated male passed out in front of the Kitimat Hotel. Male was breathing. Member attended the Kitimat Hotel and patrolled the area both on foot and by vehicle however did not find anyone. Male believed to be Gone On Arrival. File concluded.

05:18 Kitimat RCMP received a report of an alarm at the Luso Canadian Association in Kitimat. Also at this time, a male contacted the RCMP stating that he had been at the Luso Club, was intoxicated and needed a ride home. Members knew from a previous file this date that a company held a staff Halloween party at this location this date. Member attended and found a male on Konigus St. He stated that he had passed out inside the club, when he woke up he got scared because he was all alone and as he walked out the alarm went off which scared him further. He was unsure as to whether the doors locked behind him. Member attended the Luso Club and confirmed the building to be secure with no signs of forced entry. Member had a taxi attend to take the male home. File is concluded.

13:01 Member received a report of garage door alarm on Bayer St Kitimat. Member attended, garage door still secure, no sign of entry. Knocked on front door, no answer. Front door unlocked, member entered to ensure safety of occupants, no one inside. Upon exiting house, door was locked. Spoke with property representative who was advised. She stated that she was on her way back from Smithers and would contact police if any issues. Nothing found to suggest an offence occurred, no further investigation req'd, File concluded.

14:01 Member received a report of an abandoned 911 call from a business at City Centre Kitimat. Member attended and spoke with an employee who advised that he accidently dialed it trying to dial out from business line. Nothing found to suggest otherwise, no further investigation req'd, File concluded.

14:11 Member was dispatached to an erratic driver complaint on Highway 37 (1 km out-heading into Kitimat). The complainant called police to report a vehicle was driving erratic by swerving all over the road. The member located the vehicle and conducted a traffic stop. The driver advised the member he was very tired which could account for his poor driving. The member warned the driver and advised him to pull over if he was tired. No signs of alcohlic/drug impairment. File concluded.

14:27 A Member received a report from a complainant that while driving Northbound on Hwy 37, she observed a blue ford pick-up swerving over the road. She saw the truck pull into Cable Car subdivision before continuing northbound. Member attended a residence on Halibut St Kitimat in effort to locate the registered owner and truck. The vehicle was parked in the driveway and member spoke with the registered owner’s spouse who advised that her father had been driving the truck to get groceries with her mother. Both parents are elderly and likely weren't used to driving larger vehicle. Member advised her father to be more careful when driving, agreed. File concluded.

18:59 Kitimat RCMP were called by a complainant stating that a person known to be on conditions was in fact breaching those conditions. A member conducted checks and confirmed that condition exist including the one specifically pointed out by the complainant. These conditions are from Kitimat File 2013-3785. Member spoke with the complainant and two witnesses who advised that the subject of the complaint attended to a residence when ordered not to attend. File still under investigation.

20:36 Kitimat RCMP were phoned by an intoxicated male from the phone on the outside of the detachment. The member could smell liquor on the male and his speech was slurred. The member arrested the male for being intoxicated in a public place and placed him in cells at the Kitimat RCMP detachment. The male was cooperative with members and at 0443 hours he was released and transported to a friend’s house on Albatross street as he currently has no residence. File concluded.

21:56 Kitimat RCMP Detachment received a tone alert for a hold up alarm at the Husky gas station. Further reports advised phone contact was made and everything was okay. Member attended and spoke with both employees who both advised it was an accident and everything was okay. Deemed false by attendance. File concluded.

If you have information about these or any other crimes, please call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477) or contact the Kitimat RCMP at 250-632-7111. Crime Stoppers is anonymous and does not subscribe to call display and calls are not traced or recorded. If your information leads to an arrest or charge you may be eligible for a cash award.
Comment by Larry Walker on 6th November 2013
And I thought Kitimat was just a "sleepy little town" Does this sort of stuff go on all the time??