Quadra Island RCMP report November 13th - December 3rd

Quadra Island

2023-12-04 08:46 PST

Files of note

Stolen bike

On November 15th Quadra RCMP received a report of a stolen E-bike from a residence in the Hyacinthe Bay road area. The complainant advised he just noticed that someone had returned his E-bike to his residence without the battery attached. The complainant didn't even know the E-bike was missing (as it was old and rarely used) until it showed up again on his property. The next day, the complainant advised that the individuals has since returned and stolen the E-bike again, and another regular bike. The E-bike is described as a black and white Jamis brand with a Bion-x electric assist battery. The second bike is described as a grey and black Norco pedal bike. Both bikes are reported to be in rough condition with the second bike having a flat rear tire.

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.

Table-gate 

On November 17th Quadra RCMP received a report of a table incident on Cortes Island. The complainant advised that he had located a dining room table with a "free sign" on it. The complainant was unable to to put the whole table into the back of his vehicle and was only able to take the legs. The complainant advised he was going to return later that day to get the rest of the table. When the complainant returned later that day the tabletop was gone. However, he decided to make lemonade out of lemons and modify the legs for another woodworking project. Soon after, the complainant was confronted by the original owner of the table who advised he wanted the legs back as another person had taken the tabletop. The complainant refused, pointing out he had located the free table first and the two continued to argue. The original owner, unhappy with the outcome of the argument, took some of the complainant's items in his yard as collateral. Officers spoke with both parties and learned that the original owner had taken some random items from the complainant and had hidden the items at another location. After a stern conversation from officers, the individual provided exact information as to where he stashed the items. Complainant updated and thankful for member's intervention. 

Found watch

On November 19th, Quadra RCMP received a found watch. The finder advised the watch was located on November 18th at the Main Lake Provincial Park in Surge Narrows at 11:00 A.M. The watch was a Timex watch with a broken strap. Please contact the Quadra RCMP at 250-285-3631 to claim this watch and quote file number 2023-865.

False phone notification

On November 24th Quadra RCMP were dispatched to an Iphone car crash notification on Cape Mudge Road Officers arrived on scene and successfully located the owner of the phone. The owner, who was part of a road work team, was not aware his phone had accidently triggered an SOS car crash signal. The owner was thankful for the officers for following up.

Suspicious incident

On November 28th, staff at the Quadra Children's Centre called to report that on November 24th an intoxicated man had come onto the daycare grounds, stumbled around, and urinated. The complainant had no idea who the man was as she didn't see him and had only just received the report from other staff who were there that day. The workers were able to escort the man off the premises without incident. Officers requested that staff call police right away should there be another incident.

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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