A man was brought to hopsital after a police operation involving four RCMP members, from a home on Flood Hope Road Thursday, April 23. Emelie Peacock/Hope Standard

Update: No arrests after police attend reported domestic dispute

Man brought to hospital by police, no criminal charges being considered

Police are not considering criminal charges after responding to a reported domestic disturbance at a home on Flood Hope Road.

Three police vehicles and four RCMP members were present on Flood Hope Road Thursday, April 23. One police officer had a carbine drawn during the operation.

“Upon arrival at the scene, members initiated an investigation which resulted in a male being apprehended over concerns of his personal health,” Hope RCMP Staff Sergeant Karol Rehdner stated.

The man was brought to hospital to allow for a “proper medical assessment” Rehdner stated.

No criminal charges are being considered at this time.


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Three police vehicles were present at a home on Flood Hope Road Thursday, April 23. Emelie Peacock/Hope Standard

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