January 10th, 2018 The Oak Bay Police responded to a complaint of an intoxicated male laying down on the ground in the 2500 block of Estevan Avenue. The male was intoxicated in a Public Place and he was transported to cells to sober up overnight and released in the morning. January 11th, 2018 The complainant Continue Reading
January 1st, 2018 Between December 31st at 10pm and January 1st at 9am an unknown person(s) vandalized property by writing graffiti on a vehicle and residence in the 2400 block area of Dunlevy St in Oak Bay, BC. Anyone with information that might identify those responsible are asked to contact the Oak Bay Police Department. Continue Reading
Bike thefts: This week there were four reports of bicycle theft in Oak Bay. Three of the bicycles stolen were on Oak Bay High School property. Two of the bicycles may have been stolen overnight and one was confirmed stolen during school hours. The fourth stolen bicycle was near Oak Bay Recreation Center and taken Continue Reading
On November 29th, a citizen found an abandoned BOB Revolution running style stroller in the 2300 block of Musgrave Street, in Oak Bay. Oak Bay PD informed the public via social media, and the rightful owner and lost stroller were happily reunited. On November 29th, between 8:00 am and 12:00 pm, an unknown person stole Continue Reading
An Oak Bay resident informed the Oak Bay Police that over the night of November 20th/21st that his car was vandalized in the 1500 block of Clive Drive, in Oak Bay. A window was smashed allowing access to the vehicle, and property within was removed. On November 22nd, between 7:30 am and 5:30 pm, an Continue Reading
On November 14th, the Oak Bay Police Department received a report of a residential Break & Enter to a residence under construction in the 200 block of King George Terrace. The suspect stole several types of construction tools and the loss is valued at approximately $4300.00. Dewalt tools: 20 volt combo kit 5 items – Continue Reading
On November 7th, police stopped a vehicle for a burnt out headlight in central Oak Bay. The driver exhibited signs of liquor consumption. The Driver was issued a 90-day driving prohibition and their vehicle was impounded. On November 8th, police were called to the Monterey Centre for a report of an Arson. Person(s) unknown set Continue Reading
Police had only two Hallowe’en related calls, one for a report of fireworks and the other for unknown people throwing things at traffic. Neither resulted in charges.
On October 26th, the Oak Bay Police attended the camp and warned campers that they would have to be gone by 11am on October 31st to allow the Parks Department to prepare the Cenotaph area as they do every year at this time.
A summary of the results of the 2017 Community Survey is now available. An amazing 653 respondents have provided us with their input to guide us through the next five year strategic plan. (Please note that comments have been withheld in order to protect the identity of respondents)