Crimebeat: Ferry passenger's baggage stolen from Tsawwassen terminal
The following are some of the calls the Delta Police Department responded to during the past week.
May 4, 12:05 p.m., Tsawwassen Ferry Terminal: A passenger's black rolling suitcase was stolen from the baggage area. Items in the case included silver jewelry and an iPod touch. Video surveillance showed a person putting down their own luggage and going back into the arrival area and taking the complainant’s bag. Theft still under investigation.
May 5, 10:51 a.m., 5100 Block Wilson Dr.: Sometime overnight an unlocked car parked on the street was entered. Several items stolen included Nike golf clubs and bag. golf shoes, and an iPod. The iPod is a red colour and is engraved with “Aecon. People matter.”
May 5, 3:02 p.m., 5300 Block 2nd Ave.: Police responded to a report from BC Transit that a male was passed out in the back of the bus. When police arrived the suspect was being dealt with by the fire and ambulance service. It was determined that the suspect was intoxicated by consuming an unknown type of drug. After the suspect had been cleared he was released to the care of his aunt who had been contacted by police.
May 6, 7:05 a.m., 5000 Block 12th Ave.: Sometime overnight the residence was broken into through the rear door. Items stolen valued at $300 include a microwave oven and power tools. Canvass of the area by police proved negative.
May 6, 7:49 p.m., 4900 Block 5th Ave.: Police responded to a report of a noisy party. The resident, who was informed of the noise bylaw, was apologetic and took his friends inside his home.
May 6, 4:43 p.m., 4500 Block 51st St.: Sometime in the last two days the complainant’s truck parked on the street had been entered and a stereo and Binford tool box with tools were stolen. It appeared the truck may have been left unlocked and the truck alarm was inoperable. The dash which had fresh finger prints on it was seized by police for identification examination.
May 6, 7:25 a.m., 4700 Block 53rd St.: Complainant reported his Dodge Grand Caravan stolen sometime overnight from the street in front of his apartment building. The license number of the vehicle was entered in the police computer information system.
May 4, 5:32 p.m., Ladner Trunk Rd. & Central Ave.: Police responded to a report of a possible fight between two males. When police arrived they found the males having a heated conversation, but not physically fighting. The suspects were evasive as to the issues and were sent on their separate ways by police.
May 6, 1:07 a.m., 5700 Block Ladner Trunk Rd.: The license plate number of a vehicle with an impaired driver was reported in the area. Police stopped the vehicle and found a driver who had consumed alcohol. A breath sample provided by the suspect read “Fail.” The suspect was given a 24-hour roadside suspension and the vehicle was impounded. The suspect was sent home in a taxi.