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POLICE NEWS: Filming draws suspicion, man pukes on Christmas

Shooting in Keating didn't involve gun

Police discovered a group of teens making a video after reports of suspicious vehicles in a parking lot last night (Dec. 27).

The group of teens drew suspicion around 9:30 p.m. as they filmed in a parkade in the 2200 block of Keating X Road.

 

Christmas vomiter evades cops

Central Saanich police were called out to aid a man spotted puking on Wallace Drive near West Saanich Road on Christmas Day.

The man was gone when police arrived.

 

CounterAttack nabs woman

A Langford woman lost her licence for three days after blowing a warn at a police road check.

She was stopped at the CounterAttack road block set up at West Saanich and Slugget roads late on Dec. 22. She blew a warn on the roadside screening device and lost her vehicle and licence for three days.

 

Why the cougar crossed the road

Conservation and police were called out for a cougar crossing the road on Dec. 21. The cat was spotted in the Rudolph and Styan roads area around 3:30 p.m. The cat was gone when police arrived.

reporter@peninsulanewsreview.com

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