1) 2016-6517 On July 20th, a theft was reported to have occurred at a residence in the 1000 block of Sunrise Drive in Qualicum Beach. The complainant advised that culprits entered his residence via the front door which had been left unlocked. The complainant advised that $110 cash was missing from his granddaughter’s wallet and $25.00 was missing from his wife’s wallet.
The question this week revolves around vehicle noise in quiet neighbourhoods. Why don’t the municipalities do more about it asks my correspondent. This may be a case of the squeaky wheel not getting the grease!
1) 2016-6365 On July 16th, a mischief to a business was reported to have occurred in the 100 block of Island Highway East in Parksville. The complainant arrived at the business and observed that a front window had been smashed but not all the way through. No entry was gained into the premises.
1) 2016-6250 On July 13th, a theft from vehicle was reported to have occurred in the 200 block of Lodgepole Drive in Parksville. The complainant advised that culprits entered the unlocked vehicle and rummaged through the centre console and glovebox. Fortunately nothing was stolen.
Everyone would like to feel safe in their neighbourhood and that extends to having everyone else obey the driving rules when they are in it. So, what do you do when this is not the case? The answer depends on how much you want to become involved in the solution.
1) 2016-5988 On July 5th, a theft from vehicles was reported to have occurred in an underground parkade in the 100 block of Beachside Drive in Parksville. The complainant advised that at 1:45 am, a male was observed entering the underground parkade and entered two unlocked vehicles. A Canon EOS Rebel XST camera with a strap and a 75 to 100 mm lens was stolen from one of the vehicles.
From the Healthy Families BC web site: "With summer’s warmer weather, more children are outside playing in the yard and around your neighborhood. You can keep kids safe by understanding the potential for back-over injuries in your driveway."
Oceanside Community Safety Volunteers participated in the Teddy Bear Picnic in Nanoose Bay today. The Picnic, sponsored by Quality Foods, allowed the OCSV to provide Child Identification Kits and a visit with Safety Bear to participants! Despite the cool, wet weather, approximately 750 children and 2000 adults came to the picnic and enjoyed themselves.
1) 2016-5913 On July 3rd, a theft from vehicle was reported to have occurred in the 1000 block of Herring Gull Way in Parksville. The complainant advised that his cell phone and wallet actually went missing around June 29th however he just discovered it this date. When cancelling his credit card it was discovered that the culprits had used it in several places.