Terrace RCMP detachment

Intoxicated man scared about drugs he’s taken asks to talk to police

Terrace RCMP responded to approximately 135 calls for service July 7-11.

Terrace RCMP responded to approximately 135 calls for service July 7-11.

Here are some of the calls:

A man threatened a woman during a domestic dispute. Under investigation.

An unlocked truck with keys in it was stolen from an address on the 4300 block of Lakelse Avenue.

An intoxicated man was passed out in the middle of the road in Gitaus. He was transported to hospital.

A green Norco mountain bike with a basket was stolen from a property on the 4300 block of Lakelse Avenue.

A man reported being threatened. Police spoke to those involved who agreed to stop communicating.

A credit card fraud was reported. Under investigation.

Several men were behaving aggressively by taking off their shirts and yelling at people on Kalum Street. Police attended. The men were gone.

A domestic assault was reported. Under investigation.

A dog was reported in a hot vehicle on Hwy 16. Police attended and observed opened windows and water present. The dog did not appear in distress. Police spoke with its owner.

A theft was reported involving power tools and supplies. Under investigation.

A woman was passed out in a washroom at a local business on Lakelse Avenue. Police attended. The woman was gone.

A woman was reported to be breaching her conditions. Under investigation.

A small bush fire was set on Gordon Drive. Under investigation.

A woman was passed out in an alley near Lazelle Avenue. Police attended and arrested a woman for Cause a Disturbance by being drunk in public. She was lodged in cells to sober up safely.

A missing person was reported. The person was located in jail.

An intoxicated man was unwanted at a residence. Police attended. The man had left. Police located and spoke to him.

Police responded to a single vehicle accident near the 3800 block of Old Lakelse Lake Drive. The vehicle’s occupants were taken to hospital for assessment. Under investigation.

Fireworks were reported near Bailey Street. Police conducted patrols.

A woman was reported to be on drugs and in the presence of a child. Under investigation.

Police were requested to assist another police detachment with document service.

A domestic assault was reported. A man was arrested.

A fight was reported on Olson Avenue. A man was arrested, taken to hospital for assessment, and held in cells to sober up safely.

Police responded to a report of a man on Queensway Drive who was asking for police. Officers spoke with the man who was intoxicated and scared about the drugs he had taken. He refused medical care. The man was arrested for Cause Disturbance and lodged in cells to sober up safely.

Police attended a verbal domestic. Parties were separated.

A man was arrested for possessing drugs and breaching numerous release conditions.

Police responded to an abandoned 911 call on Old Lakelse Lake Drive. Officers spoke to those present, who stated they were arguing. Parties were separated.

A house had eggs thrown at it on the 4900 block of Park Avenue. Police patrolled the area.

Police responded to a report of a domestic assault in Thornhill. A man was arrested for the assault as well as for possessing drugs.

A man stopped by police in Thornhill received a three-day driving prohibition for operating a motor vehicle while impaired by alcohol.

A man requested police accompany him to his residence to pick up some stuff. Officers discovered the man was arrestable and subsequently arrested him.

A man was reported to be harassing staff at a business on Lakelse Avenue. Police arrested the man for Cause a Disturbance by being intoxicated in public and lodged him in cells to sober up.

Police responded to a report of a suicidal person. A person was apprehended under the Mental Health Act and taken to hospital.

An unlocked bike was stolen from behind a business on Hwy 16 W. The mountain bike was described as a black Norco.

Police responded to a report of a possible domestic. Upon attendance, it was discovered a person had overdosed and the yelling was related to the need to call emergency responders.

Speeders were reported in the area of Cory Drive and McConnell Avenue. Police attended and performed traffic stops.

Police received a report of a possibly impaired driver. Officers stopped the vehicle and spoke to its driver. Unsubstantiated.

A single-vehicle collision occurred at Hwy 16 and Gagnon Road. No serious injuries were received. Violation tickets were issued.

A youth was reported missing. Police located the youth who was out with a friend, and returned the youth home.

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

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