RCMP report

On August 1 at 3 a.m., a resident at Tache complained of a male threatening them at Tache.

  • Aug. 15, 2013 5:00 a.m.

On August 1 at 3 a.m., a resident at Tache complained of a male threatening them at Tache.

The man allegedly threatened to hit another man with a wrench after he had lost a fight.

The suspect was arrested and has a court date for October 22 for charges of assault with a weapon and uttering threats.

August 1 at 9:50 p.m., a resident of Sampson Road called RCMP to report two men inside a house fighting.

Both men were reportedly intoxicated at the time.

RCMP attended and while no one at the scene was cooperative, police were able to identify the combatants and one male was arrested because he was reportedly so intoxicated he could not care for himself.

He was later released without charges as no one at the gathering wanted to cooperate with police to pursue charges.

On August 2 at 2:17 a.m., a mother reported an alleged assault of her daughter by another female.

The two women had been at a party on Lower Road on the Nak’azdli beach and got in an argument. The woman’s daughter had a lump on her head, a swollen cheek and was bleeding from her nose as a result of the alleged fight.

The members were not able to locate the suspect but are still investigating the incident with respect to pending charges of assault and will be interviewing witnesses.

On August 3 at 12:19 p.m., RCMP responded to a report of an assault at a residence on Fourth Avenue.

The complainant said a friend was assaulted by her boyfriend.

RCMP interviewed the victim, who reported her boyfriend allegedly punched her and bit her several times.

The male was located and arrested and remanded into custody.

The suspect was charged with assault causing bodily harm.

On August 3 at 9:27 p.m., RCMP had a report of a vehicle being operated dangerously on Stuart Drive near the park and townhouses.

A grey 2002 Chevrolet pickup driven by a male was reportedly swerving towards three people walking, one of whom was his girlfriend.

RCMP located the driver of the truck, who was reportedly intoxicated.

The girlfriend did not cooperate with RCMP but witnesses of the incident did talk to police.

The man was released on a promise to appear in court on November 19 for charges of dangerous operation of a motor vehicle.

On August 3 a woman called RCMP to an incident outside the Fort Forum arena.

A large wedding party was taking place at the arena and the woman reported two guests were fighting outside.

A man allegedly threw his wife to the ground during the incident.

The man was located and arrested for assault and later released on a promise to appear in court in November. The couples’ children were also reportedly witnesses to the incident and so the Ministry of Children and Families was also notified.

On August 3 at 11:20 p.m., a mother called RCMP to report her son was assaulting his girlfriend.

Members attended and located the couple.

The female was highly intoxicated and another female witness said the male punched the female in the face and she fell to the ground.

While the couple did not cooperate with police, the male has a court date for October 8.

The pair were also guests of the wedding  party in the Fort Forum arena.

On August 4 at 10:40 a.m., a man called RCMP to report at 4 a.m. the same morning, he had woken up find a male in his residence.

The man had allegedly entered through an unlocked patio door.

The resident escorted the man out of his home and described the visitor to RCMP who then located the suspect.

The suspect said he had permission to be there by the sleeping man’s roommate, who was away camping in a remote area.

RCMP are still investigating the incident as a possible break and enter and will question the roommate upon his return.

On August 4 at 8:11 p.m. RCMP received an anonymous complaint of a intoxicated driver in a white Fort pickup tailgating and swerving on the road.

The pickup was then located outside the Saint James restaurant and the complainant had reportedly confronted the driver, after which the driver walked over to a park bench in downtown, sat down and dropped his keys.

The man was transported back to the detachment and breath samples taken from the alleged driver were .330 and .320. The man was held in cells until he was able to care for himself.

He is scheduled to appear in court on October 22 to face possible charges of care and control of a motor vehicle while impaired and impaired driving.


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