DAWSON CREEK, B.C – The Independent Investigations Office of BC has concluded that Dawson Creek RCMP was not at fault after two women were injured earlier this month.

The Chief Civilian Director of the IIOBC reviewed the medical evidence and determined that the women’s injuries weren’t considered serious harm as defined by the Police Act.

Dawson Creek RCMP was being investigated after responding to a possible impaired driver in a black GMC Sierra pickup truck on April 5th. A vehicle matching the complaint description was found at the Esso gas station at 700 100b Avenue.

Police say the driver failed to pull over after an officer attempted a traffic stop. The officer didn’t pursue the vehicle.

Minutes later, the truck crashed through a Fitness 4 Life wall injuring two women inside.

Police are still searching for the suspect they believe to be the driver of a vehicle. A warrant was issued for Derrick Turner at the beginning of April.

Derrick Turner, 38, has formally been charged with: