Friday April 18, 2014

Police Briefs: Man reports theft, lands in jail

A 48-year-old man who complained to police about a theft wound up in jail Thursday night.

It turns out he had warrants out for his arrest for uttering threats and breaching an undertaking from an incident in September, Kamloops RCMP said.

He was scheduled to appear in court Friday morning.

Albertan strays from province

Officers found a 41-year-old man passed out at the corner of Aspen Street and McGowan Avenue on Thursday, and discovered he had left Alberta without permission, police said.

He was on probation for a break-and-enter conviction in Calgary with several conditions — including that he not leave Alberta.

He was taken to jail to sober up and wait for a date in court.

Fort St. John man breaks curfew

A 26-year-old Fort St. John man was arrested at First Avenue and Victoria Street on Thursday night because he was out past 7 p.m., RCMP said.

He is bound by a recognizance of bail as a result of a charge of assault causing bodily harm in Cache Creek in 2012.

The recognizance requires he not be out of his residence between 7 p.m. and 6 a.m.

American staying in Kamloops has to go back

A 22-year-old American overstayed his welcome in this country, and now he has to go back, police said.

He has been in Kamloops for about a year and half, and has had 20 encounters with police.

Canada Border Services Agency agents will escort him to the border.

Police recognize wanted man at check stop

Officers peeked inside a vehicle pulled over early Friday morning during a road check at Battle Street under the Highway 5 overpass — and spotted a 38-year-old Kamloops man wanted for outstanding warrants.

He was arrested for a failing to comply with probation and being unlawfully at large in relation to incidents in Golden during the summer of 2013, RCMP said.

Police also seized suspected crack and crystal meth.

Stolen vehicle recovered

A 2003 Dodge Neon that failed to stop at a road check on Battle Street turned out to be stolen, Kamloops RCMP said.

It was later found abandoned in a parking lot in the 400 block of Victoria Street.

A police dog team was unable to track a suspect.

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