Two Fort St John men arrested in Kamloops for breach of probation

Must Read

Demand causes delays for those trying to reserve a campsite in B.C.

FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. - Online camping reservations in B.C. opened early Monday, but many users report...

Vermilion Energy president and CEO Anthony Marino steps down from company

CALGARY — Vermilion Energy Inc. says Anthony Marino has stepped down as president and chief executive and as a...

Four active COVID-19 cases in Northern B.C.

VICTORIA, B.C. – There are still four active COVID-19 cases in Northern B.C. with a total of...

KAMLOOPS, B.C. – Two men from Fort St. John have been arrested in Kamloops after leaving a substance abuse treatment centre.

According to an article published by infotel.ca, three men were arrested in Kamloops after leaving a substance abuse treatment centre in Logan Lake without permission from their probation officers.

According to RCMP, the three men left the centre and were reported to have rented a hotel room on Columbia Street in Kamloops.

- Advertisement -

Community Interviews with Moose FM


Police received a tip at about 10:00 a.m. on Thursday, May 14, but when they arrived at the hotel, the three men fled out of a window and into a cab.

Shortly after a pursuit of the cab, RCMP were able to arrest two of the suspects, both men in their early 20s, from Fort St. John.

The third suspect, from Surrey, was eventually apprehended and all three suspects were taken into custody.

More Articles Like This