Joseph Mallette is expected to appear in court on January 21.
The joint investigation spanned across Victoria and the Lower Mainland.
Police believe the suspect is responsible for incidents in Oak Bay, Langford, Saanich and Victoria.
Two suspects in their 30's were arrested.
The items had been stolen from people's front porches.
He is wanted on charges including assault and robbery.
The report says he stared at the 15-year-old while masturbating.
The seizure stemmed from an arrest for a stolen bicycle.
A woman was told to send a gift card as a deposit.
Both incidents happened over the weekend.
The suspect in this theft is described as a 30 to 35-year-old white woman with blonde hair.
55-year-old Jeffrey Robert Pfeifer of Crofton, B.C. has been charged with assault.
One suspect was arrested and another is believed to be at large.
A driver tailgated the victim then smashed one of their windows.
The suspect was driving a black SUV.
A spokesperson for School District 62 says there is no ongoing danger.
A man was arrested without incident.
Saanich PD offered information in traditional and simplified Chinese.
Youth Probation and the Ministry of Children and Families are working with RCMP and the School District.
The victim of the stabbing is in hospital with potentially life threatening injuries.
As he was leaving the eatery, the man exaggeratedly coughed toward staff.
He was carrying a .38 revolver and a 9 mm rifle.
Police say he followed her onto bus 28 at Douglas and Fort Streets.
He rented a car in Nanaimo and never returned it.
A youth was arrested on November 27 for uttering threats.
The suspects drove the victim to an ATM where he withdrew cash to give them.
The driver was found to have an outstanding warrant for break and enter.
One of the vehicle passengers was also charged with public intoxication.
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The fines were $2,300 and $230.
He was fined $230 and faces charges of assault with a weapon and uttering threats.
The suspects were aged 33, 32, 17 and 16.
Charges of uttering threats are being considered against the youth.
Police and the School District are working closely to determine the credibility of the threat.
The incident started with a dine-and-dash.
Police believe there are more victims who could be crucial to the investigation.
The victim was stabbed several times.
RCMP say this is their third significant seizure of fentanyl in Nanaimo in the past two weeks.
Gotta know when to hold 'em, know when to fold 'em.
The suspect fled on foot before police arrived and is still at large.
The operation yielded nearly $60,000 in cash and $50,000 in illicit substances.
The suspect was asked to leave after yelling profanities at another passenger.
A case of mistoken identity.
The victim was found in the middle of the day.
It is not known how much money was in the bin.
In 27 incidents almost every vehicle was left unlocked.
She was also driving without a valid license.
He was in the company of a second suspect.