New Cpl. coming to town

There will be a new top officer at the Keremeos RCMP detachment in the coming weeks.

  • Aug. 24, 2016 11:00 a.m.

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The house has sold and Cpl. Kat

Thain will be moving on effective

September 1.

Thain has served as the top cop at

the Keremeos detachment since late

July 2015.

“I have mixed feelings about it.

The community here has been very

good to me the year I’ve been here,”

she said at the Review office Tuesday

morning.

It was announced at the end of June

this year that Thain would be moving

on. She will now serve as the head of

the Ashcroft detachment.

Although a specific date has not

been set yet, replacing Thain will be

Cpl. Brian Evans.

Evans has been working out of the

community of Oliver for the last while

to reconnect with small community

policing. Prior to that he worked in

Penticton.

Evans also worked in Abbotsford,

Lillooet and Willams Lake.

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