Human remains found at Haynes Point

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Photo supplied by Andrea Dujardin-Flexhaug

On April 29, 2014 the Osoyoos RCMP responded to found human remains at Haynes Point Provincial Park.  A contractor excavating for washroom upgrades located the bones between 4 and 5 feet deep.  Investigation has found these bones to be archaeological and in close proximity to other archaeological remains found in the past.  The scene is being further investigated by the Provincial Archaeological Branch and will be done in conjunction with the Osoyoos Indian band and BC Parks.

B&E/Thefts – Charges laid

The Osoyoos RCMP have arrested 32 year old Michael Scott Miller and 33 year old Angela Michelle Gauthier both of no fixed address for multiple break and enters and thefts committed in both Osoyoos and Oliver.  Miller and Gauthier went on a crime spree in which they entered the properties of businesses and residential units and stole valuables including tools, antiques and liquor.  These thefts were brazenly committed during day light hours which ultimately led to the two being identified by witnesses and later located by police while they were still in possession of many of the stolen items.  Miller and Gauthier appeared in Penticton Provincial court on April 28 where they were released on conditions while awaiting trial.  Both have a condition to remain out of Osoyoos and Oliver.

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