Kelowna man arrested for allegedly violating court conditions and stealing motorbike – Vernon Morning Star

A Kelowna man is in hot water after he allegedly breached the terms of his court and was found in possession of a stolen motorcycle.

A black Suzuki motorcycle was reported stolen on November 16. The RCMP were able to locate the motorcycle and follow it to the 2200 block of Benvoulin Road, where the driver was arrested without incident.

The man, identified as Richard Daniel Hill, 33, was also found guilty of breaching a court-imposed condition on October 6 and was arrested at that time.

During the November 16 arrest, police discovered suspected amounts of GHB, methamphetamine and prescription narcotics on Hill.

According to Sgt. Desmond Kiehlbauch of the Kelowna RCMP, Hill was also said to have driven during a ban and in violation of various orders previously imposed on him by the courts.

Following the investigation, the BC Prosecution Service charged Hill with the following offenses:

One count of possession of stolen property over $ 5,000 of the Criminal Code

One count of possession of break-in instruments contrary to section 351 (1) of the Criminal Code

Eight counts of offenses against the release order contrary to paragraph 145 (5) (a) of the Criminal Code

Five counts of violation of a probation order contrary to subsection 733.1 (1) of the Criminal Code

Three counts of possession of a listed substance contrary to section 4 (1) of the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act

Eight counts of driving with prohibition contrary to section 95 (1) of the Motor Vehicle Act

Hill is still in custody and the investigation is continuing.

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