On December 14th, Oak Bay Police issued a media release requesting assistance in locating Laila SZAKACS who had been reported missing. Ms. Szakacs was been located at a residence in Langford this morning and is in good health. Oak Bay Police would like the public for their assistance in this matter.
The Oak Bay Police Department is investigating a report of a missing 22 year old female by the name of Laila SZAKAS. Ms. Szakas was last seen leaving her Oak Bay residence on Dec 6 and was headed to the downtown area of Victoria with a friend. Ms. Szakas is 5’6” tall, weighing approx. 146 Continue Reading
Is a night out worth the rest of your life? Live Fast, Die Young by filmmaker Lauren Holmes shows the consequences of driving drunk. The film took first place in the Impaired Driving category for ICBC’s 180 short-film contest. More films by B.C. youth about risky driving.
This December marks the 35th anniversary of the CounterAttack program and ICBC is once again supporting its police partners in the prevention of impaired driving during the holiday season. Since introducing CounterAttack in 1977, we’ve seen significant reductions in impaired-related crashes, however, drinking and driving is still the leading criminal cause of death and remains Continue Reading
If you heard the sound of police sirens early this morning, the Oak Bay Police assisted Saanich and Victoria Police who were responding to a car prowler in the 1900 block of Watson Street (just south of Landsdowne Camosun College). A Saanich resident heard his car alarm go off and went outside to see what Continue Reading
In early November an Oak Bay resident complained to police that unknown persons had accessed his air miles and used them to book a two night stay at a local hotel. It was determined that the Hotel booking was done on-line through a travel agency located outside the country. After doing a credit check on Continue Reading
On 2012-11-22 the Oak Bay Police were made aware of a few leaflets that were distributed in the south Oak Bay area. The content of the leaflet suggests there was a possible child luring earlier this month at Windsor Park and implicated a local resident. No incident of this nature was reported to the police. Continue Reading
On Saturday, December 1st, starting at Ship’s Point in Victoria at 5:45pm. Approximately 80 large 18 wheel decorated semi trailer trucks will be parading down Oak Bay Avenue and other parts of the Capital Region. The goal of the parade is to gather food items for the local food banks during the Christmas season. The Continue Reading
The Oak Bay Police Department responded to 75 calls for service this week. The following is a summary of those calls: Nov 13th – OB File #12-4335 An employee at UVIC rode his bicycle to work and locked his white Trek 21 speed bicycle in a bike shelter. The bicycle lock was forcibly removed and Continue Reading
On November 11, 2012 at approximately 540 p.m. a pedestrian was struck by a motor vehicle on Cadboro Bay Road near the intersection of Thompson Ave. The 84 year old man was crossing in a marked crosswalk when he was struck by a southbound vehicle driven by a 68 year old female. The male remains Continue Reading