When the king gets back, he’ll be in touch with King Coquitlam’s Highway Patrol

King Coquihala Highway Patrol says it has been in touch again with King’s Highway patrol office in Coquitlima, BC, where they have “no information” about a man who is wanted for a number of charges in Coquimshaws Highway Patrol operation.

The RCMP says they are investigating a vehicle theft in Coqihalla, and an assault on a Highway Patrol officer in Kelowna.

The suspect was described as a white male, between 20 and 30 years old, between 5’10” and 5’11” in height, standing at least 180 centimetres tall, wearing a dark blue hoodie with a white pattern.

He was last seen wearing a grey hoodie, a blue sweat shirt and black pants.

This is a developing story.

More to come.

Texas highway patrol stops suspected drug smugglers for drug bust

AUSTIN, Texas—An Ohio highway patrol sergeant was arrested after officers spotted him with what appeared to be a “pot-like substance” at a traffic stop on Interstate 49, authorities said Monday.


Scott Smith, 29, was arrested by the Harris County Sheriff’s Office in Ohio after he failed a roadside breath test on Sunday and then was spotted with a substance in his possession on Tuesday, officials said.

A deputy at the scene smelled marijuana and saw Smith sitting in a dark SUV, authorities told ABC News.

A preliminary investigation determined the drug was “pot,” which could have been “pot” or a mixture of both, the Harris Police Department said in a statement.

The deputy smelled the substance and found Smith sitting inside the SUV with the substance.

Smith was arrested and charged with possession of marijuana, possession of paraphernalia and public intoxication, according to the statement.

How to prevent the Texas Highway 81 crash

Texas Highway 61 in Coquihala, Texas, closed for several hours Wednesday, causing traffic to be diverted around the scene and shutting down major roads in the area.

The area was reopened just before 9 a.m.


“We’re all pretty much out of our cars,” said resident Mark Smith, who drove from Texas to Coquahala, where he was visiting friends.

“We’re just hanging out in the car.”

As the highway was closed, Smith said he drove by the scene where a pickup truck hit a concrete barrier at the intersection of Interstate 35 and CoquiHalla Highway, a major highway in the Coquivoula area of southwest Texas.

“I looked at the road and it was completely covered in a lot of debris,” Smith said.

“The truck hit the concrete and then it just went over the barrier.”

He added, “It’s like it was hitting the highway in front of us, just completely destroyed.”

Smith said that after he got home, he got an email from a friend saying, “That’s the only way I know it can be, that the highway is completely blocked off.

That’s why we are here.”

Coquihla Highway is the main thoroughfare between Coquiat and McAllen, Texas.

Smith said the crash was one of the worst he has ever witnessed.

“You’re trying to get to work and there’s a big truck behind you,” he said.

“The driver had no time to think.

He didn’t react.”

Coast Guard spokesman Captain Jeff Lopre said that when the crash occurred, the crew had to get the driver out of the vehicle and safely onto the highway.

“When the vehicle came to a full stop and the vehicle was almost completely engulfed, the Coast Guard crew quickly took the driver into custody,” Lopres said in a statement.

“They used their airbags to get him out of his vehicle.

The driver was taken to a local hospital, and was listed in good condition.”

The Coast Guard was called to the scene shortly before 9:30 a.mi.

CT, and the driver was pronounced dead at the scene.

Loprebates said the driver of the truck was treated and released.

Coqui Halla Highway is about two hours south of the Coquinas.

A witness told ABC News that she saw the crash in the distance and saw the driver get out of a pickup and run into a ditch.

She said the trucker then drove off in a white Ford Focus.

The highway reopened around 9:45 a.ms.

CT after a few hours of traffic closure, with the highway reopening to traffic at 8 a.mt.

CT on Thursday.