HERE IS a look at what Terrace RCMP responded to from March 28 8 a.m. to March 29 8 a.m.:
– False business alarm on Lakelse Ave
– Erratic driver on Lakelse Ave
– Noise complaint on Goulet Ave. The party was moved indoors.
– False 911 call from Mills Memorial Hospital
– A man causing a disturbance at the Terrace and District Community Services Society. Police spoke with the man and he left.
– Intoxicated person on Davis Ave. Police located the man at the soup kitchen. It was determined that he was not intoxicated enough to arrest. He was going home.
– Police assisted Ministry of Children and Families with a well being check of a child
– Drug activity reported
– Investigation into a breach of conditions, no contact
– A 5 yr old child was chased by another child of similar age on the playground with a crib rail. Police gave advice on the matter.
– An intoxicated woman called police. Police attended and located three intoxicated uncooperative people. The woman wanted a man to leave. He was already leaving to find alternate lodgings for the night.
– Report of a person calling for help and another person commanding a dog to get him. Police attended and located a man with a dog. Nothing was out of the ordinary. The man was told to keep the dog inside.
– Man too intoxicated to stay at the Men’s Shelter on Hall St. BC Ambulance transported the man to Mills Memorial Hospital for assessment.
– Domestic dispute on Pear St. A man and woman were arrested for public intoxication.
– Two intoxicated men causing a disturbance at Northwest Community College. A 42 yr old intoxicated man was arrested for breach of peace.
– BC Ambulance requested police assistance with a woman on Park Ave. BC Ambulance transported the woman to Mills Memorial Hospital.
– Suspicious person on Thomas St. Repeat occurrence.
– Possible theft under investigation
– Familial dispute. Police gave advice on the matter.
– A white Pontiac car speeding on River Dr