RCMP deal with alcohol and theft issues

The Golden Royal Canadian Mounted Police report about whats happening in Golden.

Over the weekend Golden RCMP members dealt with a number of incidents involving over consumption of alcohol. As a result officers removed two impaired drivers and arrested three people for disturbance related offences. One person was arrested twice in two days after over imbibing.

Dirt Bike Thefts

Golden RCMP are investigating the thefts of two dirt bikes stolen from local residents.

Between the evening of June 25 and the early morning of June 26 a 2000 Kawasaki KX250 green and white dirt bike was stolen from a residence on Pine Drive. Another reported theft occurred overnight on June 28 in Nicholson where a 2007 Yamaha 230 white and blue dirt bike was stolen.

Anyone with information is asked to contact the Golden RCMP or Crimestoppers.

 

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