POLICE REPORT: Police respond to numerous complaints at wild party

March 15: At 5:22 p.m. a 42-year-old Christina Lake woman lost control of a 2003 Honda and flipped over, hitting a cement barricade on Highway 395 near Christina Lake. The woman suffered serious but non-life threatening injuries and was transferred to Kelowna General Hospital after being sent to the hospital in Grand Forks.

March 18: In the morning, police received a report of a theft from a property up Morrissey Creek Road. Stolen was a Bobcat bucket, a Honda pressure washer, a chainsaw and other assorted tools. Police have no witnesses.

At 12:07 p.m. Grand Forks RCMP received a report of theft from a shed out at Sandner Road at Christina Lake. A compressor worth $200 was stolen sometime between December and February.

Police are looking for information concerning this and have no witnesses or suspects.

RCMP arrested 21-year-old Christopher Phillips for breaching his recognizance of bail.

Staff Sgt. Jim Harrison says the man breached his recognizance not to go to a certain location or talk to certain people.

The Grand Forks man was out on bail on a previous charge.

Phillips was in Grand Forks court yesterday.

March 20: Police received multiple complaints of a party that was getting out of hand on 2nd Street. Police attended the area many times and later received a complaint of willful damage to a car windshield, also in the area. The matter is still under investigation, but police do have a suspect.

Harrison says police are trying to determine what happened and why it happened.

“It was dealing with people who had way too much to drink,” he says.

Anyone with information on these or any other incidents are asked to contact Grand Forks RCMP at 250-442-8288.

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