He’s been arrested 43 times for public intoxication this year

HERE ARE the incidents that kept Terrace RCMP officers busy for the 24-hour period ending 8 am May 25.

  • May. 25, 2012 2:00 p.m.

HERE ARE the incidents that kept Terrace RCMP officers busy for the 24-hour period ending 8 am May 25.

Downtown Terrace

– threatening letters. Other agencies are also involved to assist in this matter to get the behavior to stop.

– intoxicated man sleeping in a stairwell behind the Scotiabank. Police arrested the 35 yr old man for public intoxication.

– a man refusing to return various movies and video games. He also uttered threats when asked to return them. Advice was given on the matter.

– group of people loitering on Greig Ave. Police arrested a 48 yr old man for public intoxication. This is the 43rd time he has been arrested for this offence this year. Police also arrested a 44 yr old woman for public intoxication, for the 27th time this year.

– a 36 yr old man was biking home and was hit by a silver car near the Bear Country Inn. Investigation determined that the man was intoxicated and should not have been riding the bike.

The vehicle turned in front of him and he ran into the driver’s side of the vehicle. The man refused to be seen by BC Ambulance. His injuries were minor.

– police observed a man drinking alcohol from a glass in the Husky on Lakelse Ave. His passport was seized according to direction from Passport Canada.

Elsewhere Terrace

– intoxicated man passed out at the Walmart parking lot. Police arrested a 39 yr old man for pubic intoxication.

– police observed a man passed out in a wheel chair by the Legion. Due to his level of intoxication BC Ambulance assisted and transported the man to Mills Memorial Hospital for assessment. Police delivered his wheel chair.

– group of people fighting on Greig Ave. A woman was spoken with and told not to return to the Best Western.

– two firearms were turned in for destruction.

– two females verbally arguing on Scott Ave. Checks were done of area.

– loud music on Haugland Ave. The noise was reasonable given the time of day. Advice was given to the complainant on the matter.

– intoxicated man passed out at the Riverside Ball Park. Police arrested the 22 yr old man for public intoxication.

– loud music on Davis Ave. Police advised the woman to turn it down.

– Men’s Shelter on Hall St. refusing an intoxicated man past curfew. He had been warned in the past about similar behavior. Police spoke with the 29 yr old man and warned him to leave. Police were called back a short time later and escorted him off the property.

– police located an intoxicated woman staggering down Apsley St. She was so intoxicated that she could not provide a coherent address and requested to be placed in a cell to sober up. Police arrested the 19 yr old woman for public intoxication.

– intoxicated man passed out on the stage at George Little Park. Police arrested a 28 yr old man for public intoxication.

– an intoxicated woman entered a residence on Hanson St and refused to leave. She was so intoxicated she believed the residence was an abandoned building. The woman had left prior to police attendance. Checks were done of area.

– a group of boys carrying another boy down Haugland towards the hospital. Checks were done of area.

– a woman observed an intoxicated woman get into her neighbor’s vehicle. Police located the woman sitting on the ground next to the vehicle. She was intoxicated to the level on not making any coherent sentences. Police arrested the 33 yr old woman for mischief.

– fight between two woman in the Copperside parking lot on Kalum St. Police were in the parking lot and observed the situation from the beginning. Two intoxicated woman were verbally arguing about the extracurricular bedroom activities and chosen partners of their boyfriends.

Once their respective displeasure was vented the group went on their way.

– group of men causing a disturbance near Scott Ave. Checks were done of area.

Thornhill

– false hold up alarm at a business on Clark St

– a woman walking a dog near the Northern Motor Inn felt she was being followed by a grey long box supercab truck with a canopy. Checks were done of area.

Kitsumkalum

– possible impaired in a blue 1991 GMC pickup. Checks were done of area.

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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