Alleged driver who hit pedestrian found after leaving scene in Victoria

Alleged driver who hit pedestrian found after leaving scene in Victoria
Oak Bay police have invoice for roving tent city
“The witnesses’ actions were vital in locating the driver,” police said.Property owners will be receiving a letter in the mail in January, but are able to access their values now

Witnesses assist victim, help police find suspect in Oak Bay hit-and-run

My new yrs resolution is a round 2 of municipalities we've already been too….afternwe have cycled through Central Saanich & Sidney to add to our list of PDs who work with us not mud sling. Only part of Duncan RCMP and Westshore RCMP & oak bay pd make it personal not policing pic.twitter.com/yaEyI4aP1T

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Police were called to the scene shortly after noon, where ambulance paramedics were treating the victim. She was taken to hospital with non-life-threatening injuries, police said.Get the day’s top Times Colonist headlines emailed to you every day at 9 a.m.Minor incident followed crash on detour route

After the police department tweeted out a message asking for New Year’s resolutions, Chrissy Brett, the vocal leader of the nomadic protest camp, responded with her suggestions. She and a group of tenters had spent most of October at various spots in Oak Bay, and Brett pointed to the local police force as one that had not worked with the group, instead calling their actions personal and not policing.

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