Car with brake failure goes through light

HERE ARE the incidents requiring the presence of Terrace RCMP officers over the past 24 hours

  • Apr. 26, 2012 6:00 a.m.

HERE ARE the incidents requiring the presence of Terrace RCMP officers over the past 24 hours.

Downtown Terrace

– false cellular 911 call

– domestic verbal dispute.  Police mediated then everyone involved went their separate ways.

– false business alarm on Kalum St

– two intoxicated men, urinating on mail boxes on Tuck Ave.  Checks were done of area.

Elsewhere Terrace

– false panic alarm at the Court House

– breach of undertaking investigation

– group of intoxicated people kicking at the Terrace Public Library door.  Police attended and spoke with people in the area and employees.  Unfounded.

– a grey 1992 Ford Tempo went thru the red light at Hwy 16 / Kenney St.  Police spoke with the driver.  The vehicle had brake failure and was getting fixed.

– man passed out at the Ksan Emergency Shelter.  Police located and spoke with the man and sent him on his way.

– blue Subaru speeding on Braun St.  Police located the vehicle.  The driver was prohibited.  A four month prohibition was issued.

– group of youth playing on Park Ave throwing rocks at vehicles.  Checks were done of area.

– noisy party on Scott Ave was shut down by police

– false alarm at the Court House.

– abandoned 911 call.  A 39 yr old man was arrested for breaching conditions of not to consume alcohol.

Thornhill

– intoxicated man causing a disturbance.  Police attended and spoke with the man.

Rural

– uttering threats complaint.  The people involved were spoken with.

– report of a grey / black 1987 Ford Ranger stolen during the night of April 24 on Pear St

– harrassement complaint

– suicidal 47 yr old man.

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.

 

Just Posted

Volunteers step up to the grill to help the Ksan Society

A group of volunteers from the Northwest Community College are flipping burgers, walking to help after this year’s Coldest Night of the Year fundraiser was cancelled.

Greyhound cleared to end routes in northern B.C., Vancouver Island

Company says nine routes have dropped 30% in ridership in last five years

UPDATE: Air quality advisory ended for Terrace

People with chronic underlying medical conditions should postpone strenuous exercise until the advisory is lifted.

Mills Memorial Hospital financing formula released

Regional taxpayers to pay $113.7 million for new facility.

Greyhound cleared to end routes in northern B.C., Vancouver Island

Company says nine routes have dropped 30% in ridership in last five years

Therapy dogs make appearance at B.C. Games

The St. John’s Ambulance therapy dog program launches a pilot project at the 2018 Kamloops B.C. Winter Games

How to keep local news visible in your Facebook feed

Facebook has changed the news feed to emphasize personal connections. You might see less news.

Czechmate: Canada wins men’s Olympic hockey bronze

Vernon’s Andrew Ebbett scores twice as Canada beats Czech Republic 6-4

Canucks fold 5-3 in first ever trip to Vegas

Daniel Sedin had two points as Canucks fall to the Golden Knights Friday night

That’s a wrap: B.C. Games results after Day 1

Vancouver-Coastal Zone 5 is in the lead for medals Friday at the Kamloops 2018 B.C. Winter Games

Sticking the landing at the B.C. Games

Gymnasts talk competition, B.C. Winter Games, and teamwork in Kamloops

$153M in federal cash to fund child care, education training in B.C.

Bilateral agreement will create 1,370 new infant and toddler spaces

A B.C. woman talks her life in the sex trade

A view into the life from one Kelowna prostitute and the issues it can cause for women

Twitter feed prays for — instead of preying on — B.C. MLAs

Non-partisan Christian group wants to support politicians through personalized prayer

Most Read