Archives for August 31, 2017
Quick response by Oliver Fire Department – helping 4 tourists out of the river where people should not be.
The foursome in a rubber or plastic dingy – with two females assisted out as the vessel would not move back or forth after coming through the drop structure. The two males seemed to have got to the shore safely. No injuries indicated.
Time 3pm Thursday. VDS 13 is adjacent to Meadows Drive north of both the main bridge and the walking bridge.
On August 27, 2017 a person who was looking after a neighbour’s residence, called police after he felt someone was inside when he went to check on the place. Osoyoos RCMP attended and when they entered the residence, a male who is very well known to police for property crime in the area was located inside the upstairs. The male fled to the balcony and jumped over the railing. The attending officer pursued the male on foot and apprehended him as he attempted to flee and drive into the officer on a stolen quad. Further examination of the property revealed parts from a stolen automobile. Many valuables were also missing from the residence. 49 year old Kevin Leclerc of Oliver, BC has been charged with Break and Enter, Theft of a Motor Vehicle, Dangerous Operation of a Motor Vehicle and Possession of Stolen Property. Although police had advocated for his detention, Leclerc was released pending trial. Leclerc is on a nightly curfew as well as a condition to not attend anywhere in Osoyoos.
On August 26, 2017 a ring was found in Osoyoos on the beach near hotel row. The ring is silver in colour and contained gems. The Osoyoos RCMP would like to reunite the ring with its owner. If you have lost a ring during your travels in Osoyoos please contact the Osoyoos RCMP at (250)495-7236 and quote file 2017-4800. The owner will need to provide a detailed description of the ring to claim it. Photos of the ring before it was lost will help prove ownership.
Dozens of classified ads go up each day on ODN.
If you don’t see your ad – here is list of reasons:
1. No first and last name
2. No contact info in the body of the ad
3. Item is more than $999
4. You want to chit chat and…….. not phone the number in the ad or contact the seller.
Quaranteed – 95% of people follow the rules and don’t have a problem.
The National Energy Board says the Trans Mountain pipeline project has met conditions required for the expansion of its Westridge Marine Terminal in Burnaby.
Trans Mountain, a subsidiary of Kinder Morgan Canada, has plans to expand the terminal’s dock to load three tankers, up from one, and increase the number of delivery lines connected to its other Burnaby terminal.