Briefs

Attack with a weapon A male was attacked by another male walking downtown on Wednesday, February 29 at 1:20

Attack with a weapon

A male was attacked by another male walking downtown on Wednesday, February 29 at 1:20 a.m. RCMP located the suspect and arrested him, releasing him with a court date. The investigation is on-going.

 

Fire on Riverview

Police assisted Vanderhoof Fire and Rescue to a fire  upstairs in a Riverview Dr. home.

All persons were evacuated safely and the fire contained with minimal damage.

 

 

Damage to store stock

Fields store reported person(s) burning clothes. Information is being asked for about this crime of mischief.

 

 

Big truck tips on Hwy. 27

A logging truck rolled over at Snell Road just outside Vanderhoof February 27 at 7 a.m. The driver escaped with minor injuries. No other vehicles were involved.

 

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