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Youth rolling joints at Terrace drive-thru

HERE ARE the incident requiring the presence of Terrace RCMP officers for the 24-hour period ending 8 am May 11.

Downtown Terrace

- intoxicated man outside of Mark’s Work Wearhouse.  Police arrested the 41 yr old man for public intoxication.

- a grey 2007 Chevrolet Sierra had its lug nuts loosened.  May have occurred while it was parked outside of Save On Foods.

- person request a well being check on a neighbor that hasn’t been seen in a couple days.  The neighbour was fine, just not feeling well.

- intoxicated woman on Lakelse Ave.  Checks were done of area.

- police observed an intoxicated man soliciting people leaving the Best Western Inn for money.  Police arrested the 48 yr old man for public intoxication.

- two young men were seen rolling a joint while going thru the Dairy Queen drive thru.  Checks were done for their green Ford pickup.  The registered owner of the truck was spoken with.

- police observed an intoxicated man on Greig Ave.  The 51 yr old man was arrested for public intoxication.

- police observed an intoxicated woman staggering down Lazelle Ave.  The 49 yr old woman was arrested for public intoxication.

- police assisted City of Terrace Animal Control with the seizure of a puppy on Scott Ave.

- false residential alarm on Skeena St

- A man reported a theft.  He was living with the suspect, a woman, at the time of the alleged offence.  Advice was given on the matter.

- two young children found an RCMP member’s ball cap.  It was turned in to the detachment, and appreciated.

- noise complaint on Little Ave.  The party was shut down.

- intoxicated man on Park Ave.  Checks were done of area.

- intoxicated woman assaulted another woman on Sparks St.  Police located the 23 yr old woman attempting to escaped by climbing over a fence in the parking lot.  She was arrested for public intoxication and assault. She had left her 4 yr old son unattended in the residence.  Ministry of Children and Families assisted police with the matter.

- false business alarm on Hwy 16 West

- two suspicious men on Park Ave.  Checks were done of area.

- police observed an intoxicated woman standing on Atwood St.  The 32 yr old woman was arrested for public intoxication.

- police observed an intoxicated woman on Kalum St / Greig Ave.  The 44 yr old woman was arrested for public intoxication.

Thornhill

- possible gas syphoning over night on Bobsein Cr

- a man gave a licence plate to a woman and wants it back.  Not a police matter.

Rural

- suspicious gold colored suburban parked at a residence.  Police involvement was not wanted.

- a green 1997 Dodge Caravan was checked on Hwy 16.  An amount of marijuana was seized.

- a white Chevrolet Silverado pickup truck was stopped for speeding on Hwy 37.  The driver was given a 24 hr suspension for being impaired by alcohol.

Kitsumkalum

- black Ford Mustang in the ditch near Ecstall Ave.  Police attended.  The vehicle was already out.  The driver was spoken with and he was fine.


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.

 

 

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