Break-in at National Historic Site

The Fort St. James National Historic Site's Cafe got broken into earlier this month.

The Fort St. James National Historic Site's Cafe got broken into earlier this month.

Fort St. James — A Fort St. James male has plead guilty to a break-and-enter earlier this month at the National Historic Site.

Around 1:00 a.m. on July 2, an employee saw flashlights moving around in the site’s cafe. On-site security went to check it out and found an adult male and youth female trying to leave through a window with bags carrying salmon, pop and chips. Both are known by the police and were arrested without any trouble. The male has received 90 days in jail and will receive a lengthy probation after serving his time. The female has been released on curfew conditions and a promise not to consume alcohol.


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