The 34-year-old man was arrested without incident.
Two vehicles were vandalized with spray paint.
He was allegedly firing a handgun outside the facility
RCMP arrested the woman breaking into a residence near Swartz Bay.
20 minutes after the shooting someone showed up at the hospital with gun-related injuries.
He was in possession of $5,000 cash and suspected drugs.
The public is reminded to not approach the suspect if spotted.
Seven officers will be redeployed to patrol division.
ICBC has suspended his teaching license.
The victim was assaulted with what looked like a metal pipe.
His injuries are considered serious but non-life threatening.
Unconfirmed reports suggest an officer has been injured.
The suspect has since been released
5 people were arrested following the assault.
He’s believed to frequent the Lochside and Galloping Goose Trail network.
"They need to be safe as they do their important work.”
The suspect also attempted to spit on another officer.
They are calling for better crisis management support.
The vehicle was stolen out of Shawnigan Lake earlier this month.
Another officer was involved in a vehicle collision while responding to the scene.
He hit a curb and drove into a cul-de-sac.
It is believed to be an isolated incident.
The street value of drugs seized was upwards of $60,000.
Two suspects were arrested in connection to the crimes.
The woman is described as a 50-year-old Caucasian woman with grey hair.
He was also arrested for suspected voyeurism.
RCMP are looking for dashcam footage.
Propane tank explosions fueled the blaze
Bystanders and the driver of the truck helped rescue the woman.
A suspect’s vehicle was located in Colwood.
The crimes took place at two different banks
Officers found a weapon at the scene of the crime.
Police are looking for both the suspect and a witness.
Saanich Police are currently investigating a crime scene.
The victim and suspect were known to each other.
The incident occurred in the area of Quadra Street and Pandora Avenue.
One suspect is currently in custody.
Police nabbed him in a drunk driving collision.
The man refused to wear a mask in the establishment.
The bystander found the victim and transported him to hospital.
VicPD have identified the man but are still investigating.
The medical equipment was stolen while they were providing medical assistance to a patient.
He was previously convicted of kidnapping and sexual assault.
The man was uttering threats at staff in a local Victoria businesses
Not so miraculous was the fact the car was stolen.
A fake video of an attractive person is used to fool victims.
A quick-thinking witness provided police with a detailed description of the suspect.
He was taken into custody after an hours-long barricade.
He was taken down a gunpoint.
The 30-year-old recently moved to Vancouver Island.