Public concerned about drunk people congregating on 4500 block of Lazelle Ave.

Terrace RCMP responded to approximately 110 calls for service from Sept. 8 to 10, 2017.

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Terrace RCMP responded to approximately 110 calls for service from Sept. 8 to 10, 2017.

Here are some of the calls:

A sexual assault was reported. Under investigation.

A suspicious occurrence was reported on the 2800 block of Sparks Street. A dog was unsettled and would not stop barking at something outside. Police patrolled the area.

An assault was reported on Loen Avenue. Police attended.

Someone threatened to post nude photos of a man online. Unsubstantiated.

A breach of no-contact order was reported. Under investigation.

Ongoing concerns were reported of intoxicated people in the 4500 block of Lazelle Avenue. Police provided some suggestions on how to deter groups from congregating and advised other officers of the concern.

A bear was reported on Hatton Street.

A two-vehicle collision occurred on the 5100 block of Hwy 16 W. Police attended. Minor injuries reported. Under investigation.

A group of intoxicated people was reported in the 4600 block of Greig Avenue. Police attended. An intoxicated man was taken to hospital.

A man was passed out in the park. Police arrested the man for Cause a Disturbance and lodged him in cells to sober up safely.

Vandalism was reported at a property on the 4300 block of Thomas Street. A crane had its windows and a lights smashed, as well as other damage. Under investigation.

A woman reported being threatened and called names. Police spoke with the accused.

A residential alarm occurred at a property on Clark Street in Thornhill. Police attended. The alarm was false.

A backpack was found on Eby Street. It was returned to its owner.

An assault in progress was reported on Kalum Street. Police attended and arrested three people: two for being intoxicated in public, and the third for breach.

Fireworks were reported in Thornhill. Police patrolled the area.

A suspicious occurrence was reported on Lambly Avenue. Police received a report of a woman knocking on a door and saying she had been chased. Police attended and spoke with the woman, who was intoxicated. She was lodged in cells to sober up safely.

A vehicle was reported as doing donuts and burnouts on Bobsein Crescent. Police spoke to a man.

A shoplifter was reported at a business on Lakelse Avenue. Under investigation.

Police responded to a report of a domestic. A man was arrested.

A light bar and spot lights were stolen from a vehicle on the 4600 block of Greig Avenue.

A suicidal man was reported. Unsubstantiated.

A wallet was found in Thornhill. Police returned it to its owner.

A woman was reported as intoxicated, violent and punching walls at a location on Haugland Avenue. Police attended and arrested the woman, who also had a warrant.

A bylaw complaint was received for a residence in the 4700 block of Scott Avenue. Police conducted patrols.

A domestic dispute was reported in Thornhill. Police attended. Parties were separated.

Prescription pills were reported stolen. Unsubstantiated.

If you have information about crime, contact the Terrace RCMP at 250-638-7400 or anonymously through Crime Stoppers by telephone at 1-800-222-TIPS, online at www.terracecrimestoppers.ca or by texting 274637 (CRIMES), then in the body of your text message type TERRACE, followed by your tip information.

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