Police investigate inappropriate touching complaint

New Hazelton responded to 85 calls during the week of June11 - June17.
RCMP attended five complaints made under the Mental Health Act during the week. Three of those calls were for persons who were threatening harm to themselves.
Police are investigating an incident where a young female was contacted through her cell phone and asked to meet an unknown male. The female then met with the male who grabbed her and touched her inappropriately.
June 12th - Police responded to a complaint of a male breaching his no contact condition. The female called the police and left the home with her children when the male appeared at her home. The police located the male in the home and arrested him. The male is still in custody to appear in court this week.
June 13th - Police received a complaint that a male was breaching his no contact condition and was currently at a home in Gitsegukla. The male was located and arrested for the Breach and appeared in court in Smithers for the charge.
June 14th - Police were called at 5:10 am to a disturbance in Gitsegulka. An intoxicated male was arrested for breaching his alcohol condition.
June 15th - Cst. LANSDOWNE conducted a bike rodeo for youth in Hazelton for the Learning Shop. Certificates of Bike Safety have been sent out through the mail for those who participated.
June 16th - Police responded to a complaint of a disturbance in Kispiox. Two intoxicated brothers had a physical fight which escalated. Three people were arrested and removed from the home and placed into cells until sober.

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