RCMP cruiser.

RCMP apprehend suspect in robbery.

RCMP in Fort St. James reported a number of incidents taking place during early august including a robbery and assault.

Jesse Cole

Caledonia Courier


On August 9 at around 6:30 p.m. Fort St. James RCMP officers responded to a report of domestic assault on the Nak’azdli Band reservation. A female victim had been assaulted by an ex-boyfriend and received threats. RCMP officers located and arrested the suspect who was later released with a court date and strict conditions.




On August 9 at around 10:30 p.m. Fort St. James RCMP responded to a report of a robbery. A female victim had been walking when she was approached by another female, Jessica Antoine. Antoine proceeded to assault the female victim several times before robbing her of her property. Antoine is known to police and was located and arrested. She was later remanded into Custody in Prince George by a Justice of the Peace.




On August 12 at around 2:30 p.m. Fort St. James RCMP officers responded to a minor vehicle accident in downtown Fort St. James. The male occupant was located and had breached an order not to be within the Fort St. James city limits. Thomas Duncan was taken into custody by RCMP officers and later remanded to a Prince George court by a Justice of the Peace. Duncan’s court date is scheduled for August 15.

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