Weekly Media Release for May 10 – May 16, 2021

OB File #2021-1379

On Monday, May 10th, the Oak Bay Police responded to a domestic dispute. A male in the residence was taken into custody for three outstanding warrants. The male was held in custody overnight for a morning court appearance.

OB File #2021-1381

On Tuesday, May 11th, the Oak Bay Police Department responded to a suspicious male in the 2200 block of Cadboro Bay Road. A security guard observed a male inside the vacate building who immediately fled the building. Approximately 15 minutes later the police received a call about a male who jumped into a dumpster in the 2200 block of Bowker Avenue. The male matched the description provided by the security guard. Police records showed the male had outstanding warrants from the Victoria Police Department and the male was also in breach his court imposed Undertaking not to possess tools. The male was transported to the Victoria Police Department for morning court.

OB File #2021-1386

On Tuesday, May 11th, the Oak Bay Police Department received a theft of bicycle report in the 800 block of Falkland Road. The suspect stole an unlocked black Norco VR road bicycle.

OB File #2021-1398

On Thursday, May 13th, a patrol officer was conducing traffic enforcement in the 2300 block of Cedar Hill Cross Road. The officer observed the vehicle driving at a high rate of speed and the radar showed a speed of 134 km/hr in a posted 50km zone. A traffic stop was conducted, the vehicle was impounded for 7 days and a violation ticket was issued for excessive speed.

OB File #2021-1404

On Friday, May 14th, a witness observed a vehicle swerving all over the road driving northbound in the 900 block of Foul Bay Road. The witness believed the driver was a female and the vehicle drove over the sidewalk curb and hit a posted 30km sign. The vehicle was last seen driving westbound on Brighton Avenue into the jurisdiction of Victoria. The vehicle was located, however the driver fled the scene. The registered owner identified the driver as his daughter, and she was issued two violation tickets for driving without consideration and fail to remain at a scene of an accident.

OB File #2021-1421

On Saturday, May 15th, the Oak Bay Police Department received an overnight theft from an unlocked vehicle in the 3000 block of Westdowne Road. The culprit stole a “steady cam”, some loose change and the documents belonging to his vehicle.

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