- 2015 Federal Election
Police deal with intoxicated people
HERE ARE the incidents requiring the presence of RCMP officers between 8 am Nov. 21 and 8 am Nov. 22.
- man passed out in lobby of Clinton Manor Apartments. He was arrested for breaching his probation.
- intoxicated pan handler at Tim Hortons on Lakelse. Checks were done of area.
- man bothering people at the Royal Bank. He was located and told to move on.
- suspicious person near Royal Bank
- intoxicated person near Mr. Mike’s. Checks were done of area.
- family dispute. A woman was given a ride to another address to separate the unhappy people.
- intoxicated man weaving in and out of traffic. The man was located with a friend who was taking him home.
- a red 2005 Ford F 250 attempted to make a left turn where left turns are not allowed on Tetrault and Keith. He was unable to make the turn, so stopped and backed up, right into a blue 2006 Volkswagen Jetta that was behind him. The vehicle then left the scene of the collision without stopping. Minor damage to the Jetta. Under investigation.
- domestic violence investigation
- a woman assaulted another woman by pouring beer on her.
- a man was trying to climb an invisible ladder in a parking lot on Keith Ave. He was arrested for public intoxication.
- an amount of marijuana was turned over to police from staff at Mills Memorial Hospital.
- Mills Memorial Hospital requested police assistance in dealing with a patient. This patient ended up complying with staff direction on their own and police were not required.
- intoxicated man knocking on a door on Agar Ave asking directions to the Men’s Shelter. Police conducted checks in the area.
- a person on Kofoed Dr was confrontational and aggressive to a BC Hydro employee. There is an ongoing issue between this person on BC Hydro. Agreed to deal with BC Hydro thru civil court and not thru their employees.
- family dispute. The people involved were spoken with agreed to another course of action
- police assisted Dease Lake Detachment with transportation of person apprehended under a Mental Health Act Director’s Warrant to Mills Memorial Hospital
People with information on crime are asked to contact the Terrace RCMP at (250)638-7400 or anonymously through Crime Stoppers by telephone at 1-800-222-TIPS. Or a Tip can be left anonymously online at www.bccrimestoppers.com.