RCMP release crime stats for the month of June. (Vista file image )
COMOX VALLEY, B.C – Comox Valley RCMP confirm over thirteen people were issued 90-day Immediate Roadside Prohibitions for impaired driving in June.
As a result of the prohibitions, the vehicles driven by the people were impounded for 30 days.
Several of the vehicle stops took place in areas where RCMP members were actively patrolling due to increased concern of criminal and/or drug activity.
Comox Valley man charged with break-and-enter
On June 13th RCMP were called to a break and enter along 17 street in Courtenay.
Once members arrived they saw a man jumping over a railing and running away.
Police Dog Services was called to assist and the man was tracked and quickly located.
The man is identified as David White and has been charged with with break and enter, obstructing a police officer, and possession of stolen property.
Found property being held by the RCMP
The Comox Valley RCMP is looking to return items they currently have stored.
If the owner cannot be located, the property will be held for 90 days.
Currently, the Comox Valley RCMP is holding onto the following unclaimed property:
– three wheel rims, found on Puntledge Road in May 2019 (Ref. Comox Valley 2019-6648)
– Child’s 8 speed mountain bike, found in some bushes on Noel Avenue (Ref. Comox Valley 2019-9779)
If you think any these items belong to you, call the Comox Valley RCMP within 14 days.
If you have any information regarding any of these incidents, or any other crime, call the Comox Valley RCMP at 250-338-1321.