Delusional man taken to hospital

HERE are the events requiring Terrace RCMP officers from 8 am Nov. 16 to 8 am Nov. 17.

  • Nov. 17, 2011 8:00 a.m.

HERE are the events requiring Terrace RCMP officers from 8 am Nov. 16 to 8 am Nov. 17.

Downtown Terrace

– false 911 cell call

– a woman and 2 men were arrested for public intoxication behind the Scotiabank

– domestic dispute at a residence on Lakelse Ave. Under investigation.

– police received a call of a person shot at Sight and Sound. Police attended and nothing was found. In relation to this, a delusional man at the Husky on Lakelse Ave was taken to the hospital

– a 14 yr old girl shop lifted from Safeway. She was arrested and turned over to her mother.

Elsewhere Terrace

– uttering threats complaint

– a woman refused to leave the Ksan House Women’s Shelter. She left on her own accord.

– domestic dispute on Halliwell. A 14-year-old girl was arrested for assault.

– an intoxicated man was trying to go into the Safeway and steal stuff. He left on his own accord.

– complaint of flaggers blocking the road and not wearing necessary safety equipment on Kalum Lake Rd. Police attended and all the flaggers had necessary equipment and lights on the trucks.

– false business alarm on Keith Ave. Chronic false alarms, including two on Nov. 15th.

– a woman was reported missing from Seven Sisters Facility. Police located her and brought her back.


– two unlocked vehicles parked on Century St were went thru on Nov. 12

– threats made on Facebook.

– theft from an unlocked vehicle parked on Bobsein Cr


– elder abuse complaint on Robin Rd

– sudden death on Matson Rd / Old Remo Rd

– A 2007 350 red Dodge Pickup truck hit the ditch on Hwy 16 near Usk Ferry Rd. The two occupants of the vehicle were taken to the hospital by a passerby. No visible injuries. Extensive damage to vehicle and it was towed.

– A 2002 gray Honda Civic hit the ditch at the bottom of Onion Lake Hill on Hwy 37. The lone occupant did not suffer injuries. The vehicle suffered damage to the front end and had to be towed.

– false 911 cell call

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


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