It was a late January night, when Port Moody police received an unusual call.
The celebration hadn't even begun before it ended for a Port Moody teen trying to get on a party bus over the weekend.
A Burnaby man has found out just how small the world has become because of the Internet.
For the second time in a month, Port Moody police are asking for the public's help in catching a perfume pilferer.
Port Moody police are asking residents in the College Park area to be on the lookout for any suspicious activity, following the second attempted break-in in the neighbourhood in a week.
An admission that the machine used by Port Moody police in more than a dozen drinking and driving cases in 2011 was invalid could cost city taxpayers big time.
They could be the memories of a once-in-a-lifetime trip captured on camera, and now Port Moody police are hoping to reunite the photographs with their rightful owners.
Residents living in a quiet Port Moody neighbourhood likely got a bit of scare after a woman was seen brandishing a shotgun on the balcony of a home.
For most, the thought of using a toddler as part of a crime is unimaginable.
There's an awful lot you can pack into a suitcase - clothes would be the first items that come to mind.
Port Moody police are praising the actions of officers for avoiding what could have been a deadly confrontation Wednesday. The incident began just before 10 a.m., when police received a call from a woman who had been in an argument with her adult son while driving. The woman said her son had smashed the dashboard and passenger door of the car with a large hammer.
What a year it's been! Sit back, relax and join us for a trip through the second half of 2012, Tri-Cities style. If you missed the first six months of our year in review, which ran in Monday's paper, you'll also find them online at www. thenownews.com.
Even the best engineering pranksters would have marvelled at the parking job of a wayward pick-up truck in Port Moody.
It came a week too early for a white Christmas and instead, the unexpected snowfall Tuesday morning left commuters with white knuckles on the drive to work.
Nearly a year after allegations surfaced that roadside breathalyzers used by the Port Moody Police Department were incorrectly calibrated, a police watchdog has agreed.
The Port Moody Police Department is used to pulling over its fair share of suspected drunk drivers, but a stop Sunday proved disappointing for even seasoned officers.
It's a neighbourhood where nature is only a few steps away, while the hub of traffic and city are just part of the view.
It's a terrible way to start the morning - finding out your car has been the target of thieves.
For the second time in a year, the Port Moody Police Department has come under scrutiny for how the force handles roadside breathalyzers.