Man arrested for car break ins

Here is a summary of events responded to by Terrace RCMP from 8 a.m. July 24 to 8 a.m. July 25.

  • Jul. 25, 2012 5:00 p.m.

Here is a summary of events responded to by Terrace RCMP from 8 a.m. July 24 to 8 a.m. July 25.

Downtown Terrace

– A male was arrested for theft after he was caught stealing items from unattended vehicles on Greig Ave. Charges forwarded to Crown.

– A male who was found passed-out on the sidewalk on Lazelle Ave was arrested for public intoxication and lodged in Terrace RCMP cells.

Elsewhere in Terrace

– Police assisted EHS with a suicidal female who was taken to hospital for observation.

– A male was found lying down on the sidewalk on Pear St. He was arrested for public intoxication and lodged in Terrace RCMP cells.

– Police attended a motor vehicle collision where one vehicle rear-ended another on Lakelse Ave.

– Police attended a Scott Ave residence for a suicidal female and escorted her to the hospital for observation.

– An intoxicated male, who was staggering on the roadway on Feeney Ave, was arrested for public intoxication and lodged in Terrace RCMP cells.

– Police are investigating a complaint by a female who has been receiving harassing phone calls from an ex-boyfriend for almost a year.

– A stolen motor-home, which was for sale and left on display in a parking lot on Kalum St., was recovered by the owner at the side of the road on Hwy 16 near Kitwanga.

Thornhill

– Police assisted the Thornhill Fire Department with a structure fire on Queensway Ave. There were no injuries.

Kitsumkalum, Kulspai, Gitaus

– Police attended a Kitsumkalum residence for a report of one female hitting and scratching another female. Under investigation.

Rural

– Nothing to report.

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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