Here are the incidents requiring the presence of RCMP officers over the past 24 hours
– 2 false 911 calls from a business on Lakelse Ave. Ongoing problem at this location that business owners are trying to rectify.
– two men were observed by police in an alley by the Spirit Night Club. Police recognized one of the men as a 19 yr old that has conditions not to be in that area. A smell of marihuana was in the air. Both men were arrested and marihuana was found on both.
The 19 yr old also had a warrant for this arrest for theft. He is held for court this morning, Feb. 3. The other man was released.
– two boys, 13 yrs old and 14 yrs old, shoplifted from Save On Foods
– a 62 yr old woman shoplifted from Safeway. There were extenuating circumstances surrounding this incident, and the woman was released to family.
– suicidal man. He was apprehended under the Mental Health Act and transported to Mills Memorial Hospital.
– false cellular 911
– a person reported that while driving he was cut off. The registered owner of the vehicle was warned to not cut people off.
– a witness reported seeing a pedestrian almost hit by a vehicle. The registered owner of the vehicle was advised to drive more cautiously.
– a man was arrested for public intoxication on Kalum St. He was passed out in a business lobby.
– a neighborhood complaint of a person parked on the street on the wrong side of the road. The vehicle was moved into the driveway.
– uttering threats complaint. A landlord was advised to go thru the proper procedures of evicting a person.
– a grey 2011 Ford Ranger failed to negotiate a turn on the corner of Sparks St and Soucie Ave. Alcohol was a factor. Under investigation.
– break and enter on Scott Ave. The TV that police had seized from the man walking down the street on Jan 28 was stolen from this break and enter. The TV was returned to its owner.
– domestic disturbance
nothing to report
Kitsumkalum, Kulspai, Gitaus
nothing to report
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.