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Month: January 2010

Suicidal Male Rescued By Police

On Tuesday, January Twenty-sixth at 19:30 Hours, New Westminster police patrol officers were dispatched to the pedestrian overpass located in the Four-Hundred Block of Brunette Avenue on report of a male climbing the overpass safety railing at mid-span. Attending police officers locked down Brunette Avenue to traffic while two patrol officers gained access to the […]

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Motor Vehicle Collision, Passenger Ejected From Vehicle

On Tuesday January Twenty-Sixth at 0225 Hours, the New Westminster police attended the One-Hundred Block of Eight Avenue on report of a single vehicle motor vehicle incident. At scene, police discovered that a vehicle, a red Pontiac G6, had lost control striking the sidewalk curb and, after skidding across two residential yards and, crashing through […]

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House Fire

On Tuesday January 19th at 11:38 hours, New Westminster police officers were on routine patrol in the Seven-Hundred Block of Fourth Street when they observed fire and smoke billowing from the windows of a residential home. The officers immediately contacted police dispatched requesting Fire Services attend Code-Three. Officers made efforts to gain entry into the […]

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Pedestrian Motor Vehicle Incident, Fatality

On Monday, January 18th at 13:56 hours, the New Westminster police responded to a report of a pedestrian motor vehicle incident at the location of Twenty Street at Eight Avenue. At scene, police, fire and, BC Ambulance service crew’s attended to the pedestrian, a seventy-eight year old female New Westminster resident, that was struck by […]

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Robbery And Motor Vehicle Incident

At approximately 2145 hours a twenty-four-year-old woman had just gotten into her car in the Starlight Casino Parking Lot. Before she started the car, a male suspect approached and smashed out her front passenger window with a “Club”. The suspect reached into the victim’s car and grabbed her purse before fleeing to a stolen vehicle […]

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