HERE ARE the incidents requiring the presence of RCMP officers from 8 am Dec. 12 to 7 am Dec. 13.
– a grey 2006 Ford Focus with Illinois plates parked in the back parking lot of the Best Western Inn had it driver’s side window smashed out with a hatchet on Dec. 12 at 5:30 AM. A gold bracelet, gold earrings, and a black luggage piece were stolen. 3 hooded people were caught on surveillance footage. Under investigation.
– false cell 911
– possible impaired, a yellow Jeep Grand Cherokee on Lakelse Ave. Checks were done of area.
– theft of alcohol from the Coast Cold Beer and Wine Store. A person matching the description was located a short distance from the store, consuming the stolen alcohol. He was arrested for theft. Still under investigation.
– false business alarm on Greig Ave
– Police gave advice to a landlord in a landlord / tenancy dispute on Scott Ave.
– suspicious phone call under investigation.
– report of a suspicion of attempt poison of a dog. The person reporting the incident would not cooperate with police, so the police were unable to investigate the matter.
– fight between father and son. Police transported the son to another location.
– a woman and man feared for their safety while walking down Kalum St. Police attended and spoke with all of the parties involved.
– domestic dispute.
– assault at a party on Little Ave. Everyone was intoxicated and unable to give a clear account of what happened. No one needed medical attention.
– complaint of snow removal near Feeney Ave making too much noise, and in contravention of a noise Bylaw.
– disturbance on Park St. Police attended. A person was being emotional, and had friends present to assist her.
– a credit card that had been stolen was used at Misty River. Under investigation.
– false residential alarm on Old Lakelse Lake Dr.
– a rifle reported lost two days ago was found on Oscar Rd. It was returned to its owner.
– intoxicated person running around. Checks were done of area.
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.