Never a dull moment on Comox Valley police beat

Nov. 21

• Unknown culprits vandalized a car on the 900 block of 17th Street in Courtenay.

Nov. 21

• Unknown culprits vandalized a car on the 900 block of 17th Street in Courtenay. The culprits smashed the front windshield, dented the driver’s side door and ripped a rear view mirror off.

Nov. 22

• A report of a domestic assault was reported in progress on the 1100 block of Willemar Avenue, Courtenay. Police attended and found a male and female that had been in a physical altercation. Charges were laid against the male and he was released for a future court date.

• Comox Valley RCMP received information from the City of Courtenay of an indecent act in the hot tub at the Comox Valley Aquadic Centre. This investigation is continuing.

• The Comox Valley RCMP received a complaint of an indecent act by using a social media website. A female youth reports receiving a photo of a male, naked from the waist down, on her cell phone. The suspect male is known by the female. This investigation is continuing.

• RCMP received a complaint from an angry mother, who disclosed that her son, who is underage, had been delivered a bottle of alcohol by a local company and was not asked for identification

showing he was old enough to possess the alcohol.

Nov. 24

• The RCMP responded to a call of a domestic assault in the 3800 block of Warren Avenue, Royston. It is alledged that a male had assaulted a female at that location and had then left. The suspect male was arrested and then released for court at a later date. Shortly after being released the male was again arrested and

held in custody after reattending to the residence that he had been prohibited from going to by way of a Criminal Code undertaking. This investigation is continuing.

• Comox Valley RCMP received a report from a female who reported that her Blackberry had been stolen from the changeroom of the Comox Community Centre at 1855 Noel Ave., Comox.

Nov. 25

• The RCMP attended to a complaint of a severly injured male walking on Lake Trail Road at 10:43 p.m. Police attended with BC Ambulance and located a male who was suffering with large cuts to his facial and forehead area. The investigation is continuing.

Nov. 26

• Comox Valley RCMP received a complaint from a business owner on the 800 block of McPhee Avenue in Courtenay. It is reported that a 2004 Black Interstate box trailer with BC licence number ULT77W along with its contents of tools was stolen from the yard at that location. The investigation is continuing.

• RCMP responded to a call of a vehicle running into a concrete barrier at Hall and Waveland roads. The investigation revealed a female had been driving under the influence of marijuana and was subsequently given a 24-hour suspension for drugs. A small amount of marijuana was located and seized for destruction.

• A male visited a former roommate’s residence in the 1100 block of Edgett road in Courtenay to retrieve a welfare cheque that had been sent there by mistake. An argument ensued, which ended with the male throwing a planter through the residence window. This investigation is continuing.

• The Comox Fire Department attended a structure fire at 2144 Anderton Rd. in Comox. While on scene they were having problems with the motoring public failing to obey directions and driving over their hoses. The public are reminded that they are to obey traffic direction when on scene and that driving over a fire hose is a chargable offence under the Motor Vehicle Act.

• A vicious domestic assault took place on the 900 block of

Anderton Road in Comox. It is reported that a female was grabbed by the throat and was slammed into the back door of her residence  and then the accused male head-butted her in the nose and she lost consiousness. The male turned himself in later at the police station and was released for a future court appearance.

• RCMP and the Comox Fire Department attended a blaze aboard a boat at the Comox Marina. The cause of the fire was not established, and this investigation is continuing.

Nov. 27

• A case of willful damage was investigated by the Comox Valley RCMP after a report was received of kids kicking down a section of fence on First Street and Arden Road in Courtenay. Patrols were made but the five youths were not located.

• An RCMP member stopped a vehicle on Cliffe Avenue in Courtenay for a defective rear taillight. Upon speaking to the driver, it was found that he had been consuming alcohol. The driver was given a 72-hour immediate roadside suspension and his vehicle was impounded for 72 hours.

• A report was received from a male who lives on the 600 block of McPhee Avenue in Courtenay of vandalism to a vehicle. He reported that he parked his vehicle in his driveway and when he came out to the vehicle in the morning, his back window was smashed.

• A complaint of theft and fraud was received from the London Drugs store security. They report a male enetered the store and took two items from the shelf and then attempted to claim that he had purchased the wrong item and wanted to return them for cash. The male was taken into custody and released for court on a later date on a Criminal Code promise to appear.

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