Intoxicated people located, arrested

Over the past 24 hours these are some of the events Terrace RCMP responded to:

Downtown Terrace
- police responded to a domestic violence and mischief call, charges pending.

  • Sep. 25, 2011 6:00 a.m.

Over the past 24 hours these are some of the events Terrace RCMP responded to:

Downtown Terrace 

– police responded to a domestic violence and mischief call, charges pending.

– three reports of intoxicated males and one report of an intoxicated female, all of whom were located and arrested.

– police assisted local hotel with removal of hotel guest.

– report of a belligerent customer at a local store.

– report of a hit and run accident.

– report of a lost cell phone.

– counterfeit currency was turned in after it was discovered at a local business.

– a male was arrested for failing to comply with his release conditions.

 Elsewhere in Terrace

 – report of a possible drunk driver.

– one youth and one male was arrested for being intoxicated in a public place.

– abandoned 911 call from pay phone at Arena.

– youth left from Mills Memorial Psychiatric Unit without permission, was later located and returned.

– police responded to a 911 hang up.

– police investigated a suspicious occurrence.

– police responded to three domestic disputes, all verbal only and no charges.

– Kona mountain bike stolen from shed.

– report of a missing youth.

– male was arrested for possession of a controlled substance.

– two people arrested for failing to comply with their release conditions.

– report of an unwanted guest, left prior to police attendance.

– report of a possible impaired driver, vehicle located and driver pulled into a driveway and ran from vehicle prior to traffic stop being initiated.  Registered owner located a few blocks away and found to not be over the legal limit.


 – a wallet was found and returned to the owner.

– a male was arrested for being drunk in a public place.

– police located a male after he called and made suicidal utterances.  Male was transported to Mills Memorial.




– police investigated an assault which turned out to be unsubstantiated.

– police assisted ambulance after a reported assault, still under investigation.

– police located some stolen property and are attempting to locate its owners.


Kitselas, Gitaus


– report of an intoxicated unwanted guest.


 – report of a possible drunk driver, police attended and found vehicle had gone into ditch due to mechanical failure.



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