RCMP reports: Buffalo Beach struggles with patrons

RCMP arrests male suspect for violent behaviour at local bar

Christina Millington

Omineca Express

 

 

 

Corpl. Justin Thiessen of the Vanderhoof RCMP detachment reported a disturbance at the Buffalo Beach bar on Aug. 12 at 1:40 a.m.

RCMP members patrolling the Buffalo Beach premises heard a disturbance coming from inside the bar.

The officer’s made way inside the establishment to find a male and a female arguing with one another.

According to Corpl. Thiessen, a RCMP member proceeded to intervene resulting in the male suspect’s none compliance to authority and continued to cause a disturbance.

Additional members arrived on scene to assist fellow members to try to separate the two parties.

With the male suspect failing to comply with officers he was arrested and detained.

Upon arrest, the suspect continued to struggle with officers by kicking them.

The 27 year old Vanderhoof male will be attending a hearing to determine charges.

The Vanderhoof detachment received 86 calls for service during Aug. 8 to Aug. 15.

 

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