Man arrested after arrows shot through window near Terrace, B.C.

Terrace RCMP responded to approximately 52 calls for service from March 22-23.

  • Mar. 23, 2017 8:00 a.m.

Terrace RCMP responded to approximately 52 calls for service from March 22-23.

Here are some of the calls:

A trailer plate and a decal were lost between Terrace and Prince Rupert.

Suspicious activity was reported in Thornhill. Police documented the information received.

Terrace RCMP received a request to assist another RCMP detachment.

An abandoned 911 call was received for an address on Olson Avenue. Police attended and confirmed it to be accidental.

Change was stolen from an unlocked vehicle on Straume Avenue.

A vehicle validation tag was lost.

Wine kits were stolen from a vehicle on Park Avenue overnight.

An abandoned vehicle was reported on Eby Street. Police attended and contacted its registered owner. An abandoned 911 call was received for an address on Straume Avenue. Police attended and confirmed it as accidental.

A man reported losing his wallet in the Skeena Mall. Under investigation.

A director’s warrant was issued to locate and return a person. Two more director’s warrants were received by police throughout the day.

A trailer plate and decal were lost.

An intoxicated man was aggressively panhandling outside a business on Lakelse Avenue. Police patrolled the area; the man was gone.

A woman left a restaurant without paying her bill. Under investigation.

Threats made via social media were reported to police. Under investigation.

A man reported a woman approached him despite his no-contact conditions. Under investigation.

A front and back vehicle plate were lost.

Police received a report of a man down on Lakelse Avenue. The man was intoxicated, and after being medically cleared, was arrested for Cause a Disturbance and taken to Terrace cells to sober up safely.

A man in Thornhill was accused of assault. He fled from police. Under investigation.

Police were requested to assist BC Ambulance Service on Lakelse Avenue.

A woman reported being threatened. Unsubstantiated.

A group of intoxicated people were hooting and hollering on Kalum Street. Police patrolled the area.

An erratic driver was observed on the Old Skeena Bridge. Unsubstantiated.

A woman reported being threatened. Police attended, spoke with and separated parties. An intoxicated man later returned to the residence and was arrested for mischief and lodged in cells to prevent continuation of the offence.

A man and woman were fighting near Haugland Avenue. Police attended and spoke to a couple, who denied being involved with the incident.

A request was received to assist another RCMP detachment in obtaining a statement.

A man was arrested for breaching his Probation Order.

A man was reported as staggering along Hwy 16. Police attended and spoke with the man, who was sober but had a walking disability. He was provided transport home.

Police received a request to assist the hospital with a patient.

A noise complaint was received for an address on Sparks Street. Police attended. Unsubstantiated.

A woman reported unwanted communications. Under investigation.

A truck with a canopy was driving erratically near the Skeena Mall. No license plate was obtained.

A woman was refusing to leave a residence in Thornhill. Police attended and the woman agreed to leave.

Two roommates were in disagreement. Police attended and parties agreed to separate.

A domestic assault was reported. Under investigation.

Police attended an address in Thornhill for an abandoned 911 call. Two roommates were intoxicated and arguing. Parties were separated for the night.

A man was reported missing. He was later located.

A check well-being was requested for a woman. Police met with the woman.

Police received a report of arrows being shot through a window in Kitsumkalum. A man was arrested. Under investigation.

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 keyword TERRACE followed by your message to 274637 (CRIMES).

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