Employee rescues bottle of scotch
Nelson Police officers have been kept busy rounding up locals for breaching conditions of release.
Friday (September 21) at 28-year-old man known to police jaywalked in front of officers on patrol at approximately 9:30 p.m.
Officers were looking for the man for failing to comply with his probation order.
The man was arrested and held for a bail hearing the following day.
He is scheduled to appear in court October 2.
Female employee rescues bottle of scotch
Earlier Friday (7:30 p.m.) Nelson police was called to a local liquor store after an intoxicated man, yelling at the employee, left the store after stealing a bottle of scotch.
The female attendant chased the man and took back the scotch before contacting Nelson Police.
The 50-year-old male was taken into custody and will appear in court November 6 facing several charges of theft and causing a disturbance.
Man known to police breaks curfew
While patrolling the alleys on 500 Herridge Lane Thursday at 10:47 p.m., officers recognized a man walking down the laneway.
He was known to be bound by a curfew after being charged with a recent break and enter in Nelson.
He was taken into custody and was held for court Monday in Nelson for breaching his probation.