Search Warrant Yields Firearms

On Thursday January 12th, 2017 the Nootka Sound RCMP executed a search warrant on a residence in Gold River in relation to an alleged domestic assault. The search warrant yielded two insecure firearms, ammunition and a homemade silencer.

A resident of Gold River had been arrested and remains before the courts on numerous charges including assault, forcible confinement, possession of a prohibited device, unlawful possession of firearms and carless use of firearms.

The male was subsequently held for court on Friday in Campbell River where he was released from custody on numerous strict conditions with a future court

Confiscated firearms, ammunition and a homemade silencer.

Released by

Cst. D.R. (Ryan) Walker

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Nootka Sound RCMP
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Office: 250-283-2227
Email: ryan [dot] walker [at] rcmp-grc [dot] gc [dot] ca

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Cougar Sighting Last Night on Cedar Crescent

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The RCMP was advised of a cougar sighting in the 400 block of Cedar Crescent yesterday evening and was last seen walking toward Nimpkish Park. Patrols were made but the cougar was not located and the British Columbia Conservation Service has been made aware as well. Further patrols are being made in an attempt to locate the cougar and the RCMP and Conservation Service are asking residents to remain vigilant when out with children and pets.
Cst.D.R.(Ryan)WALKER
Nootka Sound RCMP
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Update on the Cougar

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BC Conservation and the Nootka Sound RCMP spent yesterday attempting to locate the cougar but were unsuccessful in locating the animal. RCMP and BC Conservation are asking residents to remain vigilant in keeping pets and children close at all times. If you see the cougar please call the BC Conservation immediately at 1-877-952-7277. This is not a recorded line and you will be able to speak to an operator and provide details about the animals location.

Cst. Mat Watkin
Nootka Sound RCMP

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Multiple Cougar Sightings Through the Night

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Over the night of November 13th and into the morning of November 14th, multiple cougar sightings were reported to the Gold River RCMP and the BC Conservation Service. In one reported case the cougar was pressing it’s head up against the patio door on the deck of the residence. BC Conservation Officers are aware and on their way to Gold River to attempt to locate the cougar. Residents are reminded to keep children and pets inside. The last sighting was on the 600 block of Dogwood. If you see the cougar, please call BC Conservation Service or the Nootka Sound RCMP immediately.

Nootka Sound RCMP

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Cougar Spotted Tonight at two Residences on Burman Court

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This evening at approximately 7:00pm a cougar was spotted on the deck of the residence located at 517 Burman Court.  A short time later the cougar bumped its head against a sliding glass patio door at a residence on the same street.  In the second incident, the cougar was watching a small dog inside of the residence.  Patrols were made by the RCMP and members were unable to locate the cougar.  BC Conservation Service has been advised of the two incidents and will be following up.

Cst.D.R.(Ryan)Walker
Nootka Sound RCMP

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