On our day shifts we received information that a suspect who was wanted for a violent robbery in Surrey was at a residence in our zone. We arrived on scene as the suspect was attempting to leave and arrested him in the backyard before he could get away. When we arrested the suspect, we discovered that he was also breaching some conditions of his release on a previous charge. Continue reading The boot gives chase
The shift revolved around a single call. In the morning I was dispatched to a report of an aggressive panhandler outside of a business. As I got out to speak with him, he became very nervous. Much to the bystanders surprise, my approach with him went from calm and professional to hands on and very direct in a split second.
Day shift #1
Our recruit rode with me for the day, we took some routine calls and I let her deal with all of the complainants and subjects. She’s almost ready to head back to the Academy for her Block III training phase.
Day shift #1
I spent the morning returning voicemail, making phone calls and following up with some investigations. In the late morning I was dispatched to a Break and Enter involving an apartment building under construction. Several suites had been damaged and the building itself sustained a significant amount of damage from several water leaks caused by the thieves. I spent the rest of the shift going through the building with the owner and construction manager and then our forensic identification section. With some potential leads this will be an ongoing investigation, especially when you consider the amount of the theft and substantial damage. This was no doubt a part of the perpetual cycle of crime to feed a drug addiction.