Kelowna woman nabbed in Oliver with stolen possession

Kelowna woman nabbed in Oliver with stolen possession

Oliver RCMP are investigating a recent home invasion and a crime involving a man who was shot in the face. (File photo)

A Kelowna woman allegedly in possession of stolen property was arrested in Oliver early Monday morning.

The 21-year-old female was stopped while walking in a residential area and questioned, said Sgt. Blaine Gervais of the Oliver RCMP.

She provided a false name but upon further investigation the officer was able to identify her as Raven Graham.

Graham was on court ordered conditions to abide by a curfew and to reside at a Kelowna address.

She was arrested for obstruction (providing a false name) and searched incidental to arrest. Identification not belonging to her was located in the bag she was carrying, having been stolen from an unlocked vehicle.

The female has many negative police contacts as part of her criminal history, Gervais said.

She was ultimately charged with six Criminal Code offences with more charges being considered.

Gervais said the incident is “a reminder to lock your vehicle and to not leave anything of value in your vehicle.”


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