Video footage of attempted break-in leads to arrest of Sicamous man

Sicmaous RCMP also report on stolen truck, intoxicated troublemaker

On April 27, the RCMP were provided with video footage of a man attempting to break into a car on Parksville street.

Sicamous RCMP recognized the man as 26-year-old Sheldon Odd. An officer recognized Odd walking in Sicamous after the video footage was submitted and attempted to arrest him.

Odd fled but was captured minutes later in the yard of a nearby residence. He was charged with theft and resisting or obstructing a peace officer. He appeared in a Salmon Arm courtroom on April 30 where he pleaded guilty to the charges.

Related: Sicamous man back in RCMP custody

Odd has a history of arrests and convictions for property crime. On Oct. 10, 2017, he was convicted of theft under $5,000 in Salmon Arm on April 25 of that year. In another court appearance on Oct. 24, 2017, he was convicted of breaking and entering with intent to commit an offence on Sept. 9.

The latest resisting or obstructing a peace officer charge is Odd’s second, he was also found guilty on Dec. 21 2017 stemming from an incident in Sicamous on Dec. 13

Truck stolen

On April 30 at 9:30 a.m. the theft of a pickup truck was reported to Sicamous RCMP. The caller parked his truck, a black 2003 Silverado at a job site with the keys inside and the vehicle unlocked.

The vehicle is easily identifiable by the large “Polytech” decal in its back window. The vehicle’s license plate is AV6159. Police are asking the public not to approach the vehicle if they see it, but to call the police instead.

Intoxicated man removed from Greyhound bus

The Sicamous RCMP removed an intoxicated man from a Greyhound bus bound for Calgary as it passed through Malakwa. The 50-year-old man from Surrey was taken off the bus because the vulgar language he was using was disturbing other passengers.

Speeding Vehicle Impounded

The Sicamous RCMP stopped a vehicle travelling at 158 kilometres per hour in a 100 kilometre zone on the Trans-Canada Highway near Oxbow Frontage Road in Malakwa on April 23. The driver, a 34-year-old Kamloops resident was issued a $468 fine for excessive speeding. The vehicle was impounded for seven days.


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