Weekly media release for the week of October 22nd – 29th, 2017:
October 22nd, 2017
October 16th, 2017
Last week, the Oak Bay Police advised of numerous bike thefts from Oak Bay High School. We’re pleased to advise that today, we have one 45 yr old male in custody with multiple charges pending.
A small protest camp has been set up at the rear of the Municipal Hall.
On October 2nd, Oak Bay Police investigated the theft of a battery operated powerfist drill kit, stud finder and Bluetooth sun-visor cell phone receiver from an unlocked vehicle in the 3300 block of Westdowne Road, in Oak Bay.
On Sunday morning, at approximately 10:30 hrs, while riding his bicycle while off duty on Salt Spring Island, Oak Bay Police Chief Andy Brinton was struck by a deer which ran out from a forested area along a paved road. The impact was significant, knocking him from his bike and resulting in a br
The Oak Bay Police Department conducted a curfew check on an accused who was in breach of his court order.The accused was not home when police attended. A warrant has been issued from the courts for his arrest.
The Oak Bay Police Department is pleased to report that the suspect male who entered an Oak Bay business carrying what appeared to be a handgun in a clear plastic bag has been located. The male admitted to officers that he had done what witnesses reported but meant no harm and further stated that the Continue Reading
On Monday, September 25th at approximately 7:15 pm an unidentified male entered an Oak Bay business in the 2100 block of Oak Bay Ave carrying a clear plastic bag which contained what appeared to be a small handgun. The male was casually holding the bag, not pointing it in any specific direction. After checking out merchandise Continue Reading
On September 17th, Oak Bay Police were called to south Oak Bay for a report of a confused male. On arrival, police met with a young male who had ingested an unknown substance which seemed responsible for his mental state. He was transported to hospital for examination. On September 17th, police were called to an Continue Reading