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It takes three officers to subdue the youth, who is taken to hospital and treated for cuts and bruises and released with no charges. The second incident occurs on July 16, as Coquitlam RCMP are called to a Wilson Avenue apartment in PoCo after a couple are heard screaming. The pair tells police they have seen two "non human entities" on their patio. Several Mounties scour the area in search of the spirited suspects, but turn up nothing. RCMP Cpl. Jamie Chung says there is no indication drugs or alcohol are involved in the incident. Coquitlam actress Daniela Bobadilla becomes part of cable TV history, as the 19year old lands a co starring role in the new Charlie Sheen sitcom, Anger Management. in late June. Cast as Sam Goodson, Bobadilla plays the part of Sheen's 13year old daughter. The Canadian premiere of Anger Management takes place in mid . 20A Douglas College student with mental challenges goes missing near Sasamat Lake, though she is found alive and well after an exhaustive 76 hour search. Joy Zhang, 21, is found in a dense and steep area by searchers some 600 metres from the Coquitlam Search and Rescue command centre, which is set up at White Pine Beach. RE The Coquitlam resident is described as being in "good condition" when she's found.Port Moody police issue an unusual warning to the public after a cougar is spotted in the Balmoral and Newport area of town. The warning comes after a jogger spots the big cat while out for a morning run, and the cougar reportedly follows the jogger for a short period of time. Police and conservation officers are called to the area, but the cougar is never found.During the storm of the summer, a Tri Cities resident gets a front row seat to the light show. Coquitlam's Armand Shafazand, 52, is hit by lightning during the storm while he's in his backyard putting a plywood cover on a rabbit hutch to protect it from the rain. With his left hand on the metal wire of the cage when it was struck, Shafazand feels the bolt of lightning travel through his hand and into the ground through his right foot. He spends the evening in hospital, but is discharged the next day. "It felt like a thousand punches fell right on top of my head, like I jumped a hundred feet and landed on my feet," he says.About $1,200 worth of items are stolen from a Port Coquitlam fire truck, including a few helmets worth $400, while firefighters respond to a complaint of a group of teens lighting a bonfire at Glenwood Avenue and Osborne Street. Within days, all of the items are accounted for some of them are returned, while others are found strewn about in the community.Politicians, business people, residents and industry insiders all weigh in on the long established tradition of full serve gas in Coquitlam. Coquitlam Mayor Richard Stewart suggests he's heard from those on both sides of the argument, while Coun. Lou Sekora is steadfast in his insistence the status quo remain in place. Canadian Petroleum Products Institute spokesperson John Skowronski stops short of suggesting his group is asking for the city to change. Instead, he says market forces should dictate which businesses are allowed to set up shop in the city.Coquitlam RCMP issues its first warning around a serial robber who's targeting businesses throughout the Austin Avenue area. The suspect targets a coffee shop and pharmacy, and continues with the robberies until the end of October. In early November, Coquitlam RCMP announce the arrest of Ryan Sheldon McClinton in relation to the incidents. The 28 yearold has a criminal history dating back to 2003 within the Tri Cities and the Lower Mainland. Now he's facing 22 more charges: seven for robbery, seven for using an imitation firearm while committing an offence, seven for using a disguise with intent to commit an offence and one for possession of stolen property.One of Canada's most famous punk rockers gives it a go in the Tri Cities arena of politics. DOA frontman Joey Keithley files his nomination papers with the NDP to run in the riding of Coquitlam Burke Mountain. The riding is currently held by Liberal Doug Horne, and Keithley is joined by other candidates: former Olympic wrestler Chris Wilson, and former Coquitlam councillor Barrie Lynch.Jane the falcon spreads her wings over Port Moody and takes flight over the Pacific Coast Terminals. Jane's primary job is to scare away other birds, as close to 400 seagulls call the terminal home and leave behind their signature calling cards which turn into a constant source of complaint among workers and a potential health hazard. Port Moody police tape off an area around Suter Brook after getting a call about what appears to be a body being loaded into the trunk of a vehicle adjacent to 400 Capilano Rd. When police arrive, they find a small trail of blood leading to tire tracks in the dirt. While the search is underway, the owner of the vehicle returns and explains to police that he and his brother had been out walking when the brother had stepped on a piece of rebar and cut his foot fairly badly.Coquitlam firefighters celebrate the force's 100 year anniversary in grand fashion. A host of activities commemorate the momentous occasion, including ceremonial presentations, musical performances, interactive history displays, a barbecue and demonstrations of vehicle extractions and high angle rescues. "Our city today is in excess of 130,000 people and we've got 35 highrises and we've got 20 to 30 more coming in a number of years we have to adapt to that as a fire service," Coquitlam fire chief Tony Delmonico says in looking ahead to the future of firefighting in the city.Reports of the zombie apocalypse unfolding in a Coquitlam neighbourhood turn out to be unfounded. Police respond to a call regarding a man running around the Harbour Drive neighbourhood without a shirt, yelling about zombies. When Mounties arrive, they reassure the man, who is in his 30s, there are no zombies, but he is taken into custody for being intoxicated. He is later released without any charges. "It doesn't appear that there is any sign of the 2 zombie apocalypse at this time," RCMP Const. Jamie Phillipson tells The NOW. "I think we're safe."After two decades in politics and two terms as a member of the opposition in Victoria, Coquitlam Maillardville NDP MLA Diane Thorne announces her retirement. Thorne says she wants to go out like the TV show Seinfeld, and doesn't want to wait until she's passed her "best before date." When her term is done, Thorne plans to take time off and travel with her husband Neil. Coquitlam Coun. Selina Robinson is later acclaimed as the NDP candidate for the riding.School District 43 officials begin weighing their options around selling a portion of properties at Parkland and Porter Street elementary schools in Coquitlam. The district proposes to sell a portion of excess fields at both schools to be used for single family lots. District officials end up approving the sale of lands at Parkland, though widespread resident opposition nixes the sale of the Porter Street lands. Coquitlam RCMP investigate a possible hate crime after several piles of bacon and other meat products are left on the doorstep of the Masjid Al Hidayah Islamic Centre in Port Coquitlam. According to mosque officials, roughly five piles of bacon are placed around the mosque's entrance and along a wall at the side of the building. The Islamic religion forbids the consumption of pork. The mosque was also vandalized by graffiti in 2011, but rather than punish the perpetrators behind the incident, Saad Bahr, the centre's president, invites them to come to the mosque and get information about the religion and culture. No suspects are apprehended in the case.