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Officers discover party in downtown apartment

Darpan News Desk Vancouver Police, 08 Apr, 2021
  • Officers discover party in downtown apartment

On the evening of April 2, officers arrived at a downtown apartment building after receiving a call from a member of the public to check on the well-being of an 18-year-old woman. The caller reported that the woman had been drugged and was inside one of the apartments.

Officers found approximately 20 people inside the suite in what appeared to be a party. Believing the woman may be in danger, they went inside.

One of the guests yelled profanities and allegedly attempted to punch the officers. He was arrested for assault peace officer and taken to jail.

Numerous violation tickets were issued to the party-goers, incl uding a $2,300 fine for the party host.

The young woman was located inside unharmed.

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