Creston Media Report


Police received 51 calls for assistance from January 29th February 5th, 2019.


January 29, 2019

  • Received a complaint of a breach of a no contact court order.
  • Report of suspicious tire tracks that appeared to have been involved in a serious collision off road near Kitchener. Police investigated and found that the collision was reported without injury.
  • Request to keep the peace in a domestic property situation.

January 30, 2019

  • Assisted BC Conservation Officer with an injured elk on the road near Erickson.
  • Report of a break and enter to a shed in Creston. One suspect was identified.
  • Received a complaint of a fraud over home repairs.
  • Police attended to two calls regarding the same neighbor dispute in Erickson.

January 31, 2019     

  • Report of criminal harassment stemming from a neighbor dispute in Creston.
  • Report of a suspicious vehicle flashing brights at on coming traffic in Erickson.

February 1, 2019

  • Investigated a complaint of uttering threats in Lister. The suspect is facing charges.
  • Called to a report of a dog attack at Kootenay Bay. The victim received puncture injuries. Police attended, but were unable to locate the dog or its owners.

February 2, 2019

  • Report of threats being uttered by an ex partner. Police already aware of matter and working on complaint.
  • Received a report of threats stemming from disagreements over protests.
  • Attended to an on going neighbor dispute in Erickson.  

February 3, 2019

  • Received a report of a dangerous situation regarding insecure building materials possible blowing away in the high wind.


February 4, 2019

  • Called regarding a historical fire that may have been arson. Police are looking into the matter.
  • Called to keep the peace during a domestic property distribution.
  • Report of a theft of a roasting pan.

S/Sgt. Ryan Currie