Oak Bay, BC: During this past week there were 83 calls for service.
On the 26 September, there were 7 calls for service, all routine in nature.
On the 27 September, there were 15 calls for service and were mostly routine in nature, however, one man was arrested at the Bank Of Montreal for trying to open a bank account under a false name, using forged identification. The male was released to appear in court at a later date.
On the 28 September, there were 12 calls for service, mostly routine in nature, however, a theft and a mischief (700 Block of Victoria Ave) were reported to police. Both incidents occurred in south Oak Bay and were vehicle related, with one vehicle having its window smashed, and the other vehicle entered and property stolen. Suspects unknown.
On the 29 September, there were 11 calls for service, including another theft from a vehicle in south Oak Bay (600 Block of Mount Joy) where the vehicles window was smashed and property stolen, no suspects. There was also a mischief reported to police where unknown suspect(s) spray painted (graffiti) the main monument at the Chinese Cemetery, no suspects.
On the 30 September, there were 17 calls for service, and included an attempted break and enter to a building in south Oak Bay (1200 Block of Newport Ave), and a theft of a bicycle from an unlocked garage, also in south Oak Bay (1200 Block of Hewlett Pl) . A theft of a vehicle near UVIC was also reported and there are no suspects.
On the 01 October, there were 11 calls for service, including 2 impaired drivers. The remainder of the calls were routine in nature. The first impaired driver received a 90 day Immediate Roadside Prohibition (IRP) and had their vehicle impounded for 30 days. The second impaired driver was stopped during a Road Block and received a 3 day Immediate Roadside Prohibition (IRP).
On the 02 October, there were 10 calls for service, all routine in nature.
Oak Bay Police Department