Police Report

Weekly round-up of police reports for the District of Summerland.

Three-day ban

Police received a report of a suspected drunk driver the evening of Jan. 19. They located the vehicle on Johnson Street and administered a roadside screening test. The results were in the “warn” range so the driver was issued a three-day driving prohibition.

Hit ice

A vehicle hit a patch of ice and skidded into a fence and mailboxes on Jones Flat Road the morning of Jan. 19. Damage to the vehicle was more than $1,000. No one was injured.

Wine missing

Somebody entered a garage on Oak Avenue and stole some homemade red and white wine. The theft was reported to Summerland RCMP Jan. 8.

Trouble at turn

 

Two pickup trucks collided at the intersection of Jubilee Road and Sinclair Road the evening of Jan. 17. One was stopped at the stop sign waiting to turn right onto Jubilee when the other vehicle struck it while attempting to turn onto Sinclair from Jubilee. No one was hurt.

 

 

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