Intoxicated man arrested in Sicamous on suspicion of damaging vehicle

45-year-old Salmon Arm resident breached probation by consuming alcohol

A Salmon Arm man was arrested Saturday for breaching his probation and causing an early morning disturbance at a Sicamous motel.

On Jan. 26, at approximately 4:30 a.m., Sicamous RCMP were dispatched to the motel in the 700 block of the Trans-Canada Highway. When they, arrived officers found an intoxicated man outside the motel near a 2017 Cadillac with multiple dents in its bodywork.

The man, a 45-year-old from Salmon Arm, knew the owner of the Cadillac. He was arrested for mischief to property under $5,000 and breaching his probation by consuming alcohol.

Related:Salmon Arm RCMP arrest man suspected of using stolen credit cards

The man has a court date set for Feb. 26 in Salmon Arm.


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