Bike stolen from business

OVER the past 24 hours these are some of the events to which Terrace RCMP responded:

Downtown Terrace
- report of a robbery where a youth punched another youth, then took his ipod.

  • Sep. 18, 2011 5:00 p.m.

OVER the past 24 hours these are some of the events to which Terrace RCMP responded:

 

Downtown Terrace 

– report of a robbery where a youth punched another youth, then took his ipod.

– an intoxicated male who was disturbing drivers with panhandling was arrested and held in custody until sober and issued violation tickets.

– two intoxicated females was arrested and held until sober, violation tickets issued.

– police responded to a domestic assault in progress.  Female party was arrested and released on a promise to appear in court at a later date.

– Break and Enter; unknown suspect(s) smashed front glass door at McBike and stole a Kona Supreme Operator bike.  Still under investigation.

 Elsewhere in Terrace

 – Northwest Traffic Services served two prohibition notices to drivers and charged one driver with Drive while Prohibited.

– a false residential alarm.

– report of a “dine and dash”, suspects later returned on own and paid for meal.

– two bear complaints, one on top of Lanfear hill and the second in the 5000 block of Agar Ave.

– report of a suicidal male which turned out to be false.

– report of possible impaired driver.

– police assisted children and families ministry worker with checking on young child.

– report of shots fired, patrols made and determined the noise was caused by fireworks.

– police responded to two noise complaints.

– youth reported missing.

– report of an intoxicated youth causing a disturbance, patrols were negative.

Thornhill

– suspicious person in empty lot, patrols were negative

– false residential alarm

– report of a disturbance in a residence.  Police attended and everyone calmed down.  Alcohol a factor.

 

 

Kitselas, Gitaus

  

abandoned 911 call, confirmed false.

– police responded to a noise complaint.

Rural

– report of shots fired, patrols were negative.

 

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