No arrests have been made as of yet.
A firearm, ammunition, and stolen property were also seized.
Both were seen speaking with the suspect driver prior to the collision.
The vehicle briefly stopped then promptly left the scene.
In one incident, a running hose was intentionally placed inside an apartment building.
The suspect was arrested this morning.
The suspect has since been released without conditions.
This continues a trend of graffiti and tagging in the Victoria area.
The badge was inscribed with 'Special Police'.
26-year-old Chantel Moore, another member of the Tla-o-qui-aht First Nation, was also shot dead by RCMP in June.
A woman and dog were inside of the tent that he threatened to set on fire.
One man remains in custody.
The Newfoundland man will face charges of assault with a weapon.
There have been 71 car break-ins in Saanich so far this year.
The victim is expected to make a full recovery.
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The victim’s daughter asked the suspect to maintain physical distance.
The pair had masks on them but simply refused to wear them.
Police are also investigating a graffiti spree overnight.
They damaged the porch of a house.
The truck window was smashed.
The woman sustained a laceration to her neck during the altercation.
The incident occurred in the early hours of Sunday.
A working SKS-style rifle and extendable baton were among the weapons.
The suspect is considered violent.
The victim was also sprayed with bear mace.
The suspect told the employee he had a firearm.
One scammer told a victim he needed money for a funeral.
The suspect now faces numerous charges.
The man confronted officers with the shovel.
He ran from the store.. in a pair of stolen shoes.
The abandoned tent was located near Royal Athletic Park
The incident occurred at Mattick's Farm plaza.
A single-father of two lost his car in the crash
When the victim awoke, his wallet and phone were gone.
He had been ordered to reside at the Salvation Army in Victoria.
He was wanted on other charges from Saanich and Victoria.
He also assaulted a police officer.
The truck’s owner was able to drive it out of harm’s way while it was ablaze.
They’re currently awaiting a court hearing.
He was identified as 41-year-old Leslie Brownjohn.
"The fact that it was up against an outside wall of this large, 94-unit residential complex presented a very real and serious risk to personal injury."
The incident started when the man entered the restaurant without a mask.
One of the suspects was armed with a machete.
Businesses are not reimbursed for counterfeit money.
In both instances, he handed the cashier a note demanding money.
They’re also looking for the witness who intervened.
One man was initially taken into custody but has been released.
The partygoers spotted police and fled.