Posts Tagged "records"

11Oct

Langley security camera records thief stealing it

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LANGLEY – A security camera on a porch in Langley, B.C. was still recording as a thief stole it.

The camera, trained on the home’s front deck, recorded a man in a green jacket and jeans walk up and grab it.

A second camera, attached to the doorbell, shows the thief jump up to snag the camera before tucking it in his back pocket. On his way out, the thief jumps again to grab a second camera.

The cameras were stolen from Alexa Hodgins’ home in the Willoughby area in the early hours of Tuesday morning. It was her young son who first noticed they were missing.

“He’s learning words and likes to point stuff out. My husband was taking him to daycare and he said ‘camera gone’,” Hodgins said.

Once she looked at the app on her phone, she realized her security cameras captured their own theft.

“At first we were annoyed … But now it’s just rather humorous.”

Hodgins said the equipment was worth about $500, and the incident has been reported to Langley RCMP.

With files from CTV News Vancouver’s Emad Agahi

28Jun

B.C. officials to review records to ensure students vaccinated against measles

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In this file photo taken on April 05, 2019 shows a nurse preparing the measles, mumps and rubella vaccine


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The B.C. government says public health officials will start reviewing school enrolment records of kindergarten to Grade 12 students to ensure children are immunized against contagious diseases including measles.

The Health Ministry says officials will do their review between August and October and contact parents if their children are not up to date on the measles, mumps and rubella vaccine.

It says most parents are already complying with the vaccination requirement so there is no need for them to do anything before their children begin classes in September, when it will be mandatory to report students’ immunization records.

Health Minister Adrian Dix says the goal of the first year of the reporting requirement will be to get children caught up on vaccinations by the end of the school year.

He says a provincial catch-up vaccination program has seen 33,000 children immunized since April.

Dix says public health nurses have reported that more families who were initially hesitant are now choosing to immunize their kids.

“They’ve noticed more new and expecting parents take an active interest in their child’s vaccination schedule,” he says.

“It should be said that older students in Grades 10, 11 and 12 have been our most significant uptake in terms of immunization. Many or most of them had the opportunity to read immunization consent.”

The voluntary program was introduced after a measles outbreak in B.C. linked to two French schools in Vancouver.

Health authorities have already reviewed more than half a million students’ immunization records and parents or guardians of those with incomplete or missing records have been notified.

Measles spreads through virus-laden droplets after an infected person coughs or sneezes.

Infection with the measles virus starts with a high fever, coughing, sneezing and red eyes, followed by a blotchy, painful rash that starts on the face and spreads to cover the whole body.

The disease can lead to complications such as ear infections, blindness, pneumonia and encephalitis, which is a swelling of the brain, and can be fatal.

The first shot of the measles, mumps and rubella vaccine is given when children are a year old, and the second dose usually follows when they are about four to six years old.

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7Oct

Woman records video of a man attacking her on a bus

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Mychaylo Prystupa, CTV Vancouver


Published Sunday, October 7, 2018 4:47PM PDT


Last Updated Sunday, October 7, 2018 4:48PM PDT

Vancouver police are investigating the nighttime downtown assault of a woman on a Translink bus who recorded video of a man attacking her, who apparently took offence to being filmed.

The cellphone video, now posted to Youtube, shows a bus driver returning from the man who was seated at the back. The public bus was stopped on Granville Street near Davie Street around 2 a.m. on Thursday. The man is slouching and then he slowly stands up, pulls up his pants and stumbles to the front of the bus.

“Do you have a few bucks?” he asks the woman making a video of him.

“No, I have nothing for you,” she responds.

He then swears at her and then gets off the bus. From outside, he slams his hand hard against the window where the woman was sitting and runs back on to the bus aggressively to yell obscenities at her once again.

“You’re going to jail,” she replies.

A commotion ensues and the cellphone drops.  She screams, “Help me!”

Sgt. Jason Robillard of the Vancouver Police Department said in a statement to CTV News, “The suspect tried to forcefully grab the complainant’s phone and assaulted her in the process. The complainant retained her phone and was not injured.”

“The suspect left the scene and was not identified. Investigators are reviewing further CCTV footage and the investigation remains on-going,” the officer added.


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7Oct

Woman records video of a man acting aggressively towards her on a bus

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Mychaylo Prystupa, CTV Vancouver


Published Sunday, October 7, 2018 4:47PM PDT


Last Updated Sunday, October 7, 2018 4:48PM PDT

Vancouver police are trying to identify a man who allegedly attacked a bus passenger during a violent outburst that was caught on camera this week.

The cellphone video, now posted to YouTube, shows a bus driver returning from the man who was seated at the back of the bus. The public transit vehicle was stopped on Granville Street near Davie Street around 2 a.m. on Thursday. The man is slouching and then he slowly stands up, pulls up his pants and stumbles to the front of the bus.

“Do you have a few bucks?” he asks the woman making a video of him.

“No, I have nothing for you,” she responds.

He then swears at her and then gets off the bus. From outside, he slams his hand hard against the window where the woman was sitting and runs back on to the bus aggressively to yell obscenities at her once again.

“You’re going to jail,” she replies.

A commotion ensues and the cellphone drops.  She screams, “Help me!”

Sgt. Jason Robillard of the Vancouver Police Department said in a statement to CTV News, “The suspect tried to forcefully grab the complainant’s phone and assaulted her in the process. The complainant retained her phone and was not injured.”

“The suspect left the scene and was not identified. Investigators are reviewing further CCTV footage and the investigation remains on-going,” the officer added.


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