RCMP deal with disturbances on film set – Ladysmith Police Briefs

The Ladysmith RCMP responded to 41 calls for service from March 15-21, including disturbances and mischief, and they conducted road checks.

The Ladysmith RCMP Detachment responded to 41 calls for service from March 15-21.

Friday, March 15

• The Ladysmith RCMP received a complaint of a disturbance in the 4000 block of Deer Point Road. Nobody was arrested in this instance.

Saturday, March 16

• The Ladysmith RCMP received a complaint of a disturbance at the Ladysmith Community Health Centre. One person was taken into custody and held until sober. No charges were sought.

• Ladysmith RCMP attended to a non-suspicious sudden death in the community.

• Ladysmith RCMP also responded to a report of a possible impaired driver. They located the vehicle and determined that the driver was not impaired.

Sunday, March 17

• The Ladysmith RCMP received a report of an intoxicated female walking on the Trans-Canada Highway. The members located the female, and she was taken into custody and held until sober.

Monday, March 18

• The Ladysmith RCMP conducted two road checks in the community and checked approximately 110 vehicles, issuing two violation tickets and two notice and orders.

Tuesday, March 19

• The Ladysmith RCMP attended to a report of a mischief (damage to property) and a domestic assault on Dogwood Drive. This matter continues to be investigated at this time.

• The Ladysmith RCMP received a report of a lost wallet in the area of the Safeway in Coronation Mall. The wallet was later located and returned to the owner after a postal worker located it in the outgoing mail on Shell Beach Road.

Wednesday, March 20

• The Ladysmith RCMP attended to a report of a smashed window of a vehicle. Items were not stolen from the vehicle, there were no witnesses and there are no suspects at this time.

• The Ladysmith RCMP received a report of a suspicious vehicle in the area of Brown Drive. Patrols were made of the area, but given the lengthy time delay between the incident and when it was reported, the vehicle was not located.

Thursday, March 21

• The Ladysmith RCMP located a black lab with a collar, leash and ear tattoo running loose on First Avenue. The dog was placed into the care of Coastal Animal Service to make efforts to locate the owner.

• The Ladysmith RCMP attended on two different instances to Oyster Sto Lo Road to deal with disturbances, as there was a male there interfering with the work of a film crew making a movie.

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