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Weekly Media Release Aug 27-Sept 2, 2018

On August 27th, the police responded to an intoxicated female at the intersection of Foul Bay Road and Cadboro Bay Road. The female was lodged into cells and issued a violation ticket for being intoxicated in a public place.

On August 29th, the police attended the 1000 blk of Newport Avenue for an injured deer. The two rear legs were broken and the deer was dispatched at the scene.

On August 29th, the police attended the 1900 block of Crescent Road for a residential break and enter. The suspect smashed a ground level window and entered the unoccupied residence. Several rooms were ransacked and it appears that nothing was stolen. Surveillance video of the suspect was obtained and the investigation is ongoing to identify the male.

On August 29th, the police attended a theft from vehicle complaint in the 2300 blk of Pacific Avenue. The unlocked vehicle was parked on the street. The vehicle was rummaged through and the suspect stole several items including a blue buck hoodie, spare change and a Lowrance Hook 5 fish finder valued at $800.00.

On August 31st, the police responded to two mental health calls which required an apprehension of both individuals against their will pursuant to the Mental Health Act. The first call was dispatched at 6:05 in the morning and the second call was dispatched at approximately 2:30 pm. Both of these calls average about 3.5 hours liaising with mental health personnel.

On August 31st, the police responded to an intoxicated male at a local business in the 2000 blk of Oak Bay Avenue. The older male had urinated and defecated in his pants. Police records showed he breached a court order not to consume liquor. The male was transported to cells to sober up and was issued a Promise to Appear to attend court for failing to comply with his recognizance and an Undertaking to abstain from attending the 2000 block of Oak Bay Avenue.

On August 31st, the police responded to a theft of auto complaint in the 3600 blk of Crestview Road. Sometime overnight the suspect was able to obtain the keys for the unlocked 2012 Ford 150 from another vehicle parked in their driveway. A few hours later the homeowner found his truck in the parking lot of Mt. Doug Park. The vehicle was seized for forensic identification purposes. The suspect also stole a credit card which was used at a local business where surveillance video is being obtained to identify the suspect.

On September 1st, the police responded to two overnight theft from autos in the 3600 block of Crestview Road. Both vehicles were unlocked and rifled through, however nothing was stolen.

A third unlocked vehicle was entered overnight in the 2200 block of Pacific Avenue. The suspect stole the following items:

– Approximately $20.00 in assorted change
– Yakima rack keys
– Ray ban sunglasses

Contact the Oak Bay Police or Crimestoppers if you have information regarding these or any other crimes.

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