Friday, January 8, 2016

More drugs in rural BC

Penticton Western News is reporting that "A Midway man is in police custody after fleeing on foot from a traffic stop Wednesday afternoon. Shortly after 2 p.m. on Jan. 6 a Kelowna RCMP officer conducted a traffic stop with a black Mercedes SUV in the 2300 block of Hunter Road. The driver of the Mercedes was found to be in breach of his court-ordered, 24-hour curfew related to a conditional sentence order."

The suspect grabbed a duffle bag and fled on foot. After he was apprehended the police found a small quantity of cocaine, heroin and crystal meth packaged for resale, a .22 hand gun and break in tools. Midway is in southern BC near the US border outside Osoyoos.


  1. It is suggested, some of them might think by moving to a rural area, there will be less chance of being "caught". However, many of these types aren't that bright, so they'd get caught anywhere. violating parole and got caught in a traffic stop? Not the brightest boy on the block

  2. Drugs make people act irrational.


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