Williams Lake RCMP were kept busy on the weekend with several calls for service.
Among the reports include the recovery of a stolen vehicle by police at 2:23 a.m. May 16 on Lexington Road.
Officers discovered the 2005 Honda civic, registered to a Tatla Lake resident, with three occupants inside, who were arrested and charged in relation to the stolen vehicle.
Police were also called to the scene of a vandalized bus shelter just after midnight May 16 at 1640 Broadway Ave. south. The bus shelter had its windows smashed and was spray painted with obscenities. The matter is under investigation.
At 7:33 a.m. Saturday police were called to assist the Williams Lake Fire Department with a vehicle fire in the Dairy Fields.
A 1990 GMC Jimmy previously stolen from nearby apartments was destroyed in the blaze.
Police were also called to the 2900 block of Golddigger Road at midnight to respond to a complaint that people were shooting in the dark, attempting to poach fox on private property.
Following a verbal dispute with the homeowner, the suspects cut the power to the home however fled into the forest before police arrived. Police are continuing to investigate.
Anyone with information on these or any other crimes are asked to contact the local detachment.