German shepherd attacks three Terrace children

TERRACE RCMP officers handled 164 calls from April 5, 8 AM to April 11, 8 AM. In the same time period, 41 prisoners were lodged.

  • Apr. 11, 2012 6:00 a.m.

TERRACE RCMP officers handled 164 calls from April 5, 8 AM to April 11, 8 AM.

In the same time period, 41 prisoners were lodged.  25 of the 41 prisoners were lodged for public intoxications.  15 of the 41 were released with charges being forwarded to Crown Counsel. Here are some of the calls police attended to.

On April 5 a 1.5 yr old German Shepherd escaped from a fenced yard in the 3900 block of Mountainview Ave and viciously attacked 3 children.  A three year old boy suffered a serious bite to his upper arm, a 6 yr old boy suffered minor scratches to his hip, and an 11 yr old boy did not suffer any injuries but had his pants torn by the dog.

Police apprehended the dog and transferred it to the City of Terrace Animal Shelter.  The dog has since been transferred to the Thornhill Animal Shelter who are dealing with the dog and people involved.

On April 5 a semi lost its load while turning at Hwy 16 and Clark St.  The load was another flat bed trailer.   Hwy 16 was 3/4 blocked till the trailer was up righted and towed.

A black and white wallet containing various cards and ID was lost at Walmart on April 5.

On April 6 a 31 yr old woman shattered her knee while skiing in Cherry Bowl, an area in the back country near Shames Mountain.  Terrace Search and Rescue rescued the woman utilizing a helicopter.

On April 8 a white Freightliner dump truck pulling a pup trailer eastbound on Hwy 16 struck a moose about ½ km East of Copper River Estates.  The moose suffered two broken legs and had to be shot.

Police attended to a fight on Scott Ave on April 9.  Police observed a woman punch a man and arrested her for assault.  The woman is currently on 10 outstanding charges before the courts: 5 counts of breach of recognizance, 4 counts of breach of undertaking, and assault with a weapon.

Terrace RCMP held the woman for court.  23 yr old Erin Miller has been charged with assault and will appear before a judge on April 11.

On April 9 police checked a 1998 red Ford Mustang on Kalum St / Keith Ave.  The 34 yr old driver was arrested for impaired driving.  He provided breath sample over double the legal limit.  The vehicle he was driving was impounded.  Charges are being forwarded to Crown Counsel.

On April 10 police attended to a domestic dispute.  A man had choked, slapped, and punched a woman.  He then left the residence carrying a knife stating that he was going to Prince Rupert to kill someone, and that if police tried to approach him he would make the police shoot him.

Police located the man by the arena and arrested him without incident.  He had a large butcher knife in his possession.  The 32 yr old man is held to appear before a judge on April 11.

On April 10 a 4 yr old boy was found lost on Kalum St.  Police gave the boy a ride to the detachment, where he was reunited with his mother.

A yellow gold and diamond ring was found outside of the Spirit Nightclub on April 5 and turned into the Terrace RCMP.

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.

 

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