Five youths caught kicking telephone poles

HERE ARE some of the events Terrace RCMP responded to from January 13 until January 15:

  • Jan. 19, 2012 2:00 p.m.

HERE ARE some of the events Terrace RCMP responded to from January 13 until January 15:

Downtown Terrace:

– false alarm at a downtown business

– a male was arrested and lodged for pubic intoxication

– false alarm Friday night at a downtown business

– male arrested and lodged for public intoxication at the Bear Country Inn.

– early Saturday morning a male was arrested after breaking the window of a downtown business

– false alarm at a downtown residence

– alarm at a downtown business, upon arrival police found an open door. No one found inside, nor anything missing or damaged.

– Saturday afternoon two men stole a bottle of liquor from the Skeena Liquor Store. Police are looking for two men who drove off in a vehicle registered out of Burns Lake.

– a male was arrested and lodged in cells for public intoxication behind the Best Western Hotel

– found bike near Pizza Hut

– two males were charged for possessing open liquor outside Spirit Night Club

– a 20-year-old male was arrested and lodged in cells for public intoxication after he was found urinating on a downtown building

– break and enter at a downtown business, items stolen from a freezer

– break, enter and theft from Ebony’s Hidden Treasures. Two males are observed on surveillance cameras

Elsewhere in Terrace:

– police responded to a loud noise complaint at the Birchwood apartments

– report of a lost white gold ring

– rear window of a vehicle smashed sometime overnight on the 13th

– 19-year-old male reported being threatened by a 60-year-old women while riding his bicycle on Park Avenue.

– report of an intoxicated male knocking on doors at Birchwood apartments

– report of an intoxicated male walking along Park Ave wearing only a t-shift.

– report of a stolen vehicle from Graham Ave, the vehicle was recovered, under investigation

– report of female beating up a male on Scott Ave, male uncooperative was arrested on outstanding warrants

– Friday evening an intoxicated male was arrested and lodged in cells after passing out in one of the emergency room beds.

– police located a white GMC pickup after reports of it driving erratically on Davis Avenue.

– report of a possible impaired driver planning to leave the Back Eddy Pub. Police attended and the owner wisely elected to get a ride.

– attended a false 911 hangup call

– loud party on Scott Avenue early Saturday morning, all had left prior to police arrival.

– loud noise complaint on Kalum Street, attended and warned

– young female was reported, she returned home on her own.

– police assisted BC ambulance after a women reported taking cocaine and having adverse effects.

– teenage male reported missing, he returned home on his own.

– report of threats

– false abandoned 911 call

– police spoke to five youths after reports of them kicking telephone poles. The kids claim they were trying to knock the snow off the wires.

– a young person was charged for driving without a licence and his parent’s vehicle towed

– police spoke to three people on Park Ave. following complaints of people yelling

– police attended to a loud party complaint Saturday evening on Cedar Crescent, the occupants were warned to keep it down

– false alarm at a business

– police attended a Graham Avenue home in response to a 911 call, two brothers drinking began to argue and so one called police

– male was arrested for public intoxication & transported to Mills Memorial hospital for severe intoxication

– police responded to a male threatening suicide, he was taken to hospital

– charges are being recommended after a youth was found not to be home during a curfew check by police

– police responded to a youth threatening suicide

– false alarm Sunday morning at a business on Keith Street

– police apprehended a male threatening to shoot himself. He was taken to hospital for treatment.

– abandoned vehicle reported on Davis Street

– police responded to a reported assault at a local group home, the suspect was taken to hospital under the authority of a Director’s Warrant. Police were called back to the hospital after the suspect fled. She was located and returned.

– a 20-year-old male was reportedly trying to open vehicle doors at the Real Canadian Wholesale Club parking lot

– police responded to a report of a male yelling at a girl on Davis Street, police attended. No offense was committed.

– police attended to a fight between a father and son on Scott Avenue

Thornhill:

– Friday afternoon police attended a father/son dispute near Thornhill Jr. Secondary school.

– report of three intoxicated males near the Old Bridge, police located the men, one was intoxicated, the other two sober were helping their friend home

– female arrested for possession of stolen five-ton floor jack and socket

– report of kids throwing snowballs at cars at Old Lakelse Lake Drive and Thornhill Street

– false business alarm

Kitsumkalum, Kulspai, Gitaus:

– loud party complaint in Gitaus

– early Saturday morning drove home an intoxicated female wandering around Gitaus

– report of a red Cavalier driving erratically

Rural:

– abandoned vehicle 17 kilometers north on Kalum Lake Drive

– false alarm at a residence at Lakelse Lake

– police attended to a possible collision on Hwy # 37, turned out to be fog from a nearby swamp.

– Friday afternoon a single vehicle collision on Hwy 113 near Deep Creek. No one was injured.

– false alarm at Lakelse Lake

Anyone with information about a crime is asked to contact the Terrace RCMP at (250)638-7400 or anonymously through Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477), or a Tip can be left anonymously online at www.bccrimestoppers.com.

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