RCMP Briefs

Police are looking for tips to identify this thief suspected to be a female with a vehicle. Photo: Trail RCMP

Trail police ask for tips to identify female thief

Suspected to be a woman, the perpetrator stole cash and tools on Theatre Road July 20

 

A Trail man, 32, was arrested on an outstanding warrant of arrest. Photo: Trail Times

August begins with Trail drug bust

Police report a loaded firearm and fake handgun were seized in a 2 a.m. traffic stop on Aug. 1

 

An aerial view of Kyuquot. (Photo courtesy, Walters Cove Resort)

RCMP called after decomposed body found by cleanup crew on Vancouver Island

Remains ‘very old’, BC Coroners Service investigating

 

Anyone with information is requested to contact the Trail detachment at 250.364.2566. Photo: Trail RCMP

Police looking for tips to suspicious fire in downtown Trail

First responders were called to the alley by Selkirk College Sunday just after 4:30 a.m.

Anyone with information is requested to contact the Trail detachment at 250.364.2566. Photo: Trail RCMP
Image: Black Press

Trail RCMP report theft, vehicle recovered and impaired driver

RCMP: Ensure vehicles and property are kept secure at all times to avoid theft

Image: Black Press
Trail police and the BC SPCA were called to the Walmart parking lot after someone reported a dog locked in a hot car. Temperatures rose to 40+ C that day. Photo: Jaroslaw Kwoczala on Unsplash

Trail RCMP report stolen bike, hot dog, intoxication and collision

The last week of June was a busy one for Trail and Greater District police

Trail police and the BC SPCA were called to the Walmart parking lot after someone reported a dog locked in a hot car. Temperatures rose to 40+ C that day. Photo: Jaroslaw Kwoczala on Unsplash
A woman has formally been charged with arson in relation to a fire lit under the Old Trail Bridge on May 25. Photo: Stephen Miller

Trail woman charged with arson

A large fire was intentionally lit under the Old Trail Bridge just before 5 p.m. May 25

A woman has formally been charged with arson in relation to a fire lit under the Old Trail Bridge on May 25. Photo: Stephen Miller
Photo: South Columbia SAR

RCMP divers recover missing swimmer from West Kootenay lake

SAR deployed; RCMP divers locate and aid in the recovery of a missing swimmer

Photo: South Columbia SAR

Suspect in Trail homicide arrested and released

The homicide resulted after an apparent altercation in Trail on Canada Day eve

Photo: Black Press Media file

Five people arrested in West Trail for alleged drug trafficking

Trail RCMP report two suspects were taken into custody

Photo: Black Press Media file
Note: Model and year of stolen Ford Escape but this is not the vehicle taken on Saturday. Image: ConsumerReports.org

Trail police issue BOLO for stolen vehicle

Ford Escape stolen from Iris Crescent on June 19

Note: Model and year of stolen Ford Escape but this is not the vehicle taken on Saturday. Image: ConsumerReports.org
Refusals to wear masks had Trail police called to two separate scenes on Saturday. Photo: Waldemar Brandt on Unsplash

Trail police called to mask confrontations

The Province of BC has masks being mandatory indoors

Refusals to wear masks had Trail police called to two separate scenes on Saturday. Photo: Waldemar Brandt on Unsplash
A B.C. police officer shows an approved roadside screening device. Photo: Saanich News file

Woman caught passed out behind the wheel in Trail

Police located the 38-year old in her parked but still running car, and had to rouse her awake.

A B.C. police officer shows an approved roadside screening device. Photo: Saanich News file
Presently in Canada, it is illegal to be in possession of a personal stun gun. Use of this tool is only licensed to federal and provincial police officers. The personal use of stun guns by unlicensed civilians is considered to be illegal and considered under the Canadian Criminal Code to be the equivalent of a weapon. Anyone found importing or in possession of a personal stun gun and is not a licensed law enforcement officer can be prosecuted under the Canadian Criminal Code. Photo: BC RCMP

Trail man faces weapons charge after police confiscate stun gun

The incident took place on Sunday near downtown Trail

Presently in Canada, it is illegal to be in possession of a personal stun gun. Use of this tool is only licensed to federal and provincial police officers. The personal use of stun guns by unlicensed civilians is considered to be illegal and considered under the Canadian Criminal Code to be the equivalent of a weapon. Anyone found importing or in possession of a personal stun gun and is not a licensed law enforcement officer can be prosecuted under the Canadian Criminal Code. Photo: BC RCMP
Photo: Trail Times

Trail RCMP start June by nabbing impaired drivers

Latest brief from the Trail and Greater District police

Photo: Trail Times
The man was extricated and taken to shore via the regional rescue boat. Photo: Trail Times file

Emergency call for help prompts advisory for Greater Trail

To get the man out safely and quickly, firefighters used the rescue boat to extricate him.

The man was extricated and taken to shore via the regional rescue boat. Photo: Trail Times file
Trail police wound down the month of May by nabbing several impaired drivers and fining an out-of-area partier. Photo: George Dumitrache on Unsplash

Trail RCMP catch impaired drivers, respond to gunshots

A brief of how Greater Trail police officers finished up patrols in the month of May

Trail police wound down the month of May by nabbing several impaired drivers and fining an out-of-area partier. Photo: George Dumitrache on Unsplash
Photo: Trail RCMP

Trail arrest leads to seizure of loaded handgun, drugs and cash

The Castlegar man was released on a $1,500 cash surety

Photo: Trail RCMP
Trail police encourage locals to report plant theft via the RCMP’s online reporting tool. Photo: Roger Bradshaw/Unsplash

Report petty theft in Trail area via RCMP online tool

Visit the site by searching “RCMP online reporting BC,” and click on ocre.sielc.rcmp-grc.ca.ca.

Trail police encourage locals to report plant theft via the RCMP’s online reporting tool. Photo: Roger Bradshaw/Unsplash
Trail police are asking the public to help identify a man and woman, as well as green Dodge Dakota pickup a who are suspected to have stolen more than $600 worth of goods from Canadian Tire. Photo: BC RCMP

Trail RCMP asking for tips to identify suspects in theft from Canadian Tire

A spate of theft from Trail Canadian Tire has police asking for tips from the public

Trail police are asking the public to help identify a man and woman, as well as green Dodge Dakota pickup a who are suspected to have stolen more than $600 worth of goods from Canadian Tire. Photo: BC RCMP