Quadra RCMP weekly report May 1st - May 7th

Quadra Island

2023-05-07 10:02 PDT

Files of note

Abandoned 911

In the very early hours of May 1st, Quadra RCMP received an abandoned 911 from an angry tenant. The complainant advised the he was actively moving out at 2:30 AM and had a verbal dispute with the landlady's daughter. After further investigation, it was determined that nothing criminal had occurred and both parties stayed separated. The tenant was able to finish his move without issue. 

Attempted boat theft caused a Cinderella bandit to lose their shoe

On May 1st, Quadra RCMP received a report of a break and enter/attempted boat theft in the Heriot Bay area. The complainant advised sometime in the last ten days, someone broke into his shed and stole a broken generator and some rope. The individual then tried to steal the complainant's boat, but was unsuccessful due to the steep terrain. While in the frantic process of attempting to steal the boat, the culprit fled leaving his longjohns and one sole green boot.

Green boot and various clothing strewn on ground

Click here for larger photo of a green boot and various clothing strewn around 

Close up photo of a green boot

Click here for larger photo of a close up of the green boot

The Quadra RCMP would love to return this boot to it's rightful owner and find their Cinderella for this theft. If anyone has knowledge of this crime or any other or who is responsible, please contact the Quadra RCMP at 250-285-3631. If you wish to remain anonymous, please call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 or visit their web site at www.crimestoppers.ca.

Motor vehicle accident

In the evening of May 1st, Quadra RCMP were dispatched to a motor vehicle accident on Heriot Bay Road. Officers arrived on scene and observed that the vehicle had hit a hydro pole. The driver was sober and cooperative and the incident appeared to be cause by human error. The driver had minor injuries.

Possible squatters

On May 5th, Quadra RCMP received a request to check on possible squatters at a property in the Bold Point area. Officers attended and thoroughly patrolled the area and were unable to confirm any evidence of any squatters. Complainant updated. 

Shots heard

In the evening of May 6th, Quadra RCMP received a report of shots heard somewhere in the area of Milton Road in Quathiaski Cove. The complainant advised that they heard at least 7 shots, possibly from a rifle. Surrounding neighbours advised they had heard closer to 15 shots. Officers patrolled but were unable to find the culprit.

Released by

Cst. Rebekah Draht
Media Relations Officer
Quadra Island RCMP
Office: 250-285-3631
Fax: 250-285-2053

Email: Quadra_ocr@rcmp-grc.gc.ca

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