A big spender who believes he had $15,000 cash stolen while at a Whistler nightclub this week is probably wishing he had brought his credit card to party instead.
The resort visitor hit up a village nightclub with $15,000 in $100 bills stuffed in his jacket, when, sometime around 2 a.m. on Nov. 17, he noticed it missing. A friend of the man's contacted police shortly after to tell them the cash had been stolen, although, given the man was "highly intoxicated" at the time, there is "some speculation that he could have dropped the cash," explained Whistler RCMP Staff Sgt. Steve LeClair.
The man was too intoxicated to provide a statement to police, LeClair said, and at press time had still not spoken with investigators. Police are unsure why he was carrying so much cash on him.
Drunk guy on scooter flees police, say RCMP
When you're trying to escape the long arm of the law, a scooter is probably not your best bet.
It's a lesson a 27-year-old Whistler man learned the hard way Nov. 14 after police noticed him riding his scooter without a license plate or helmet on Nancy Greene Drive. After watching him blow a stop sign, police began pursuing the suspect. He continued on his scooter for some time before cops eventually caught up with him. But the man was not quite ready to turn himself in, bailing off his vehicle and fleeing on foot down Nesters Road, police said.
Mounties eventually caught up with the suspect and apprehended him behind a nearby residence.
He also failed a blood-alcohol test, and was arrested for impaired driving and obstructing police.
woman may be deported after alleged keyboard attack
A quarrel between significant others could lead to a Czech woman being deported.On Nov. 14, a 31-year-old woman from the Czech Republic was arrested for assault with a weapon after she allegedly swung a computer keyboard at her boyfriend's head during an argument.
The woman was later arrested under the Immigration Act and turned over to the Canadian Border Services Agency for failing to leave the country once her resident visa had expired.
DJ equipment reported stolen
A local DJ is missing his tools of the trade after some of his equipment was reportedly stolen from a local home last week.
On Nov. 11, the man called police to report a break and enter that likely occurred sometime overnight at his home on Spruce Grove Way. Reportedly missing are several pieces of stereo equipment, including speakers and turntables, valued at around $1,200.
Police said the point of entry was likely a garage door that was left unlocked.
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