Trail RCMP Investigate Alleged Assault, SPCA Probe Possible Cruelty
Trail RCMP are recommending an assault with a weapon charge to prosecutors against a 38-year-old city man in an incident downtown.
Police allege he threatened a 23-year-old woman from Trail with a large flashlight stating he was stalking and harassing her before the young woman rejected his aggressive advances.
Local Mounties said he was arrested and the flashlight was confiscated after being alerted about the incident by witnesses at about 2 p.m. on Sat. May 14.
The man has been released on several conditions including that he stay away from the woman as police indicated they know each other.
He appears in court July 21st.
Meanwhile, RCMP said officers helped rescue a dog and cat living in squalid conditions in a Highway 3-B residence near Fruitvale.
Police stated they assisted the seizure conduced by the BC Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals just after 9 a.m. on May 12.
Police indicated the animals are doing well and the BC SPCA is launching an investigation against the owners of the residence.
July 24, 2022 Sunday
The piece is set for to the north face of the 420 Vernon Street city-owned Parkade and estimated completion is this August. Work will take up to 14 days.
Boats are not permitted within 200 metres of the launch area after 6PM on Canada Day and any boats tied to buoys must be moved away.
This as Selkirk's water services aren't adequate for a proposed student housing project. Manager of Planning, Development & Sustainability Meeri Durand gave Council the run-down during consideration on June 13th:
The fibre optics installation on four of the homes is meant to improve high speed internet connectivity.
Police were called to two other incidents where windows to businesses were smashed apart from the mall and the Bounce Radio Newsroom observed broken glass doors to the front entrance of City Hall on Monday morning.
Any active Category Three fire across the region must be extinguished by noon this Thursday.
This week’s Regular Meeting, June 20th, saw Council approve the installation of two bear-proof receptacles in the Arena parking lot for a trail period until October 2022.
Repairs caused by bullet holes to power transmission towers and lines in the Arrow Creek and Kitchener area have cost BC Hydro tens of thousands of dollars. Creston RCMP said they have found shell casings near the damaged structures off Goat River Road North.