December RCMP report

File Summary – In December 2022 Mackenzie RCMP responded to 160 files. Mackenzie RCMP completed 6 proactive road checks.

Investigations of Interest:

2.1. On 2022-12-03 Mackenzie RCMP received a report of a domestic assault. Police attended and arrested a subject. During the arrest the subject became uncooperative with police uttering death threats to the police officer, and their family. During the booking process in cells the subject assaulted the police officer. The suspect had multiple warrants out of Alberta that were extended to BC. The subject faces assault, assault police officer, uttering threats, unsafe storage of firearm and possession of a firearm while unauthorized charges. The subject was held in custody and will appear in court 2023-02-09.

2.2. On 2022-12-05 Mackenzie RCMP were requested to assist with a director’s mental health warrant for a patient that had walked away from the Mackenzie hospital and not returned. The subject was returned to the hospital without issue.

2.3. On 2022-12-06 Mackenzie RCMP responded to a report of a domestic assault. Both parties involved in the file uncooperative with police with what had taken place. No charges on file.

2.4. On 2022-12-07 Mackenzie RCMP responded to a report of a domestic assault. One subject arrested for assault and released on an Undertaking with a court date of 2023-01-12.

2.5. On 2022-12-12 Mackenzie RCMP were informed of a motor vehicle roll over on Highway 39 near Cemetery road. RCMP attended and located a single male driver leaving the scene. The investigation revealed the driver to be intoxicated. The driver was transported to the RCMP detachment and two breath samples confirmed them to be over the legal limit. The subject was released on an appearance notice for charges of impaired driving and driving while prohibited and will appear in court 2023-01-12.

2.6. On 2022-12-14 Mackenzie RCMP received a report of a male acting erratic in an apartment building. RCMP attended and the subject got into a physical altercation with the member attempting to disarm the RCMP of their gun during a mental health apprehension. Multiple other police officers attended and brought the subject into custody. The subject was apprehended and held at the hospital. The subject could face charges of attempt to disarm a police officer.

2.7. On 2022-12-14 Mackenzie RCMP received a report of a subject stripping of their clothing on Mackenzie Blvd. RCMP attended and located a victim who had been bear sprayed. Police located and arrested the suspects who were released on an Undertaking to appear in court 2023-04-13. All subjects are well-known to police and are linked to the drug trade in Mackenzie.

2.8. On 2022-12-14 Mackenzie RCMP received a report of a domestic assault. RCMP attended and arrested a subject. During the arrest the second subject involved obstructed police in their duties by blocking police from arresting their partner. One subject faces charges of assault and the second subject faces charges of obstructing a police officer. Both subjects released on an Undertaking and will appear in court 2023-02-09.

2.9. On 2022-12-21 Mackenzie RCMP received a report for a domestic assault. One subject arrested for assault and released on an Undertaking and will appear in court on 2023-02-09

2.10. On 2022-12-22 Mackenzie RCMP received a complaint of a historical sexual assault. This file is under investigation with the assistance of RCMP support units in Prince George.

2.11. On 2022-12-22 Mackenzie RCMP received a report of a break and enter. Police attended and confirmed multiple firearms were stolen form the residence. The file is still under investigation and police are following up with leads from the community as they come in.

2.12. On 2022-12-31 during a proactive road check the Mackenzie RCMP determined a driver to be impaired by alcohol while operating a motor vehicle. The subject received an immediate 30-day vehicle impound and 90-day driving suspension under the motor vehicle act.

2.13. On 2022-12-31 during a proactive roach check the Mackenzie RCMP determined a driver to be impaired by drugs while operating a motor vehicle. The subject received a 24-hour driving suspension.

Cpl. C. AIRD
Mackenzie RCMP

Note: Monthly RCMP reports can also be viewed in Committee of the Whole reports to Council.

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