Causing a disturbance calls continue to occupy Terrace RCMP

Officers called iut 352 times between June 5 and June 14

ARRESTS for causing a disturbance continue to rank high on the Terrace RCMP’s latest list of activities amounting to 352 calls for service from June 5-14.

Here are some of the calls, including those which were unsubstantiated:

10 Mischief

1 Impaired Operation of Motor Vehicle (drugs)

13 False Alarms

8 Utter Threats

50 Cause Disturbance

4 Mischief by Omission

8 False or Abandoned 911 Calls

15 Breach

4 Fraud

3 Firearms

7 Consume Liquor in Public

8 Theft

6 Found Property

4 Intoxicated in a Public Place

4 Sexual Assault

1 Property Seized

17 Traffic

12 Mental Health Act

2 Breach of Peace

20 Assault

10 Bylaw – Noise

1 Abandon Child Under Age 10 Years

1 Luring a Child Via Computer

4 Theft from Motor Vehicle

7 Impaired Driving (Alcohol)

8 Harassing Communications

8 Fail to Appear

27 Unspecified Assistance

6 Property Found

26 Suspicious Person/Vehicle/Occurrence

1 Provincial Driving Prohibition/Suspension

3 Drug Possession

2 Drug Trafficking

2 Child Family and Community Services Act

2 Weapons Possession

4 Abandoned Vehicles

4 Collisions

1 Possess Property Obtained By Crime

2 Break and Enter (Business)

2 Liquor Act

1 Assault Police Officer

1 Drive While Disqualified

1 Trespass at Night

2 Child Family and Community Services Act

2 Firearm Careless Use Of

2 Animal Calls

1 Abduction (contravene custody order)

1 Forcible Confinement

3 Missing Persons

1 Drive Without Care and Consideration

1 Safe Streets Act

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 or by texting 274637 (CRIMES), then in the body of your text message type TERRACE, followed by your tip information.

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