Penticton RCMP week in review 2017-08-15

Penticton, BC – The following incidents occurred over the past week in Penticton:


2017-12640 At 240 am, police responded to a break and enter to the Iyari Restaurant on Skaha Lake Road. A rear door was pried open and there was damage to drywall inside where access was gained through the ceiling from a utility room to a bathroom. There were no items reported missing by the owners.


2017-12809 At approximately 315 am, police broke up an altercation outside of the Mule night club on Martin Street. Shortly after, a 28 year old male was located on Westminister Avenue with serious facial injuries and was transported to Penticton Regional Hospital. Three male suspects were arrested a short distance away who had been identified by witnesses and appeared to have blood on their hands and clothing. 20 year old Damien Keddie of Surrey, was charged with Aggravated Assault and Breach of Probation. 19 year old Taish Desnomie and 20 year old Thomas Kruger-Allen, both of Penticton, have been charged with Aggravated Assault.


2017-12898 At approximately 1 am, Penticton RCMP dealt with a large group of youths at Lakeshore Drive and Winnipeg Street who were yelling and swearing at the Police. A 16 year old female allegedly kicked one police officer in the head while he was arresting a 17 year old male and bit a second police officer during her arrest. The 16 year old female is facing charges of assaulting a police officer, obstruction, possessing a weapon and breach of probation. The 17 year old male is facing charges of causing a disturbance and resisting arrest.


2017-13001 At 215 pm, Police received a report of theft from several mailboxes from the Twin Lakes area that occurred in the previous week. The public is reminded to retrieve their mail daily and be aware of any suspicious activity on any personal accounts that may be the result of identity theft or fraud.

Police File # 2017-12640

Penticton RCMP

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