Man arrested twice for intoxication

Over the 24 hours for Sept. 28 these are some of the events Terrace RCMP responded to:

Downtown Terrace

- police were asked to assist a parent with an unruly 12 year old female at a school

- a fourteen year old was returned to Mills Memorial Hospital under the Mental Health Act

- an intoxicated male was arrested after he was refusing to leave a residence on Greig Ave

  • Sep. 29, 2011 8:00 a.m.

Over the 24 hours for Sept. 28 these are some of the events Terrace RCMP responded to:

Downtown Terrace

– police were asked to assist a parent with an unruly 12 year old female at a school

– a fourteen year old was returned to Mills Memorial Hospital under the Mental Health Act

– an intoxicated male was arrested after he was refusing to leave a residence on Greig Ave

Elsewhere in Terrace

– police assisted a female with a custody order

– a bear cub was in a tree in behind Fountain Tire on Keith Ave. It was left alone to come down when it was quieter

– fight on Monroe St

– police received a call for help from a patient at the Seven Sisters Mental Health Facility. Police attended and assisted the patient and the facility.

– group of people possibly doing drugs on Scott Ave

– a driver was issued a violation ticket for no driver’s licence and the vehicle he was driving was impounded

– a male was arrested for public intoxication on Scott Ave. He was released when he sobered up. He was arrested five hours later at an address on Greig Ave for mischief (being intoxicated and refusing to leave).

– suspicious occurrence on Haugland Ave

– four male teens were wrecking mail boxes on Sparks St

– hit and run on Halliwell. A green 2001 Toyota Tundra pickup truck was parked on Halliwell and suffered damage to the back driver side bumper at about 11:00 PM on Sept 28. The suspect vehicle is possibly a teal blue truck and would have lots of damage to front end. The suspect vehicle headed westbound on Halliwell after the accident.

– a bear greeted a person at their back door on Pohle Ave

– a dog on Molitor St was keeping people awake at 4 AM. The owner took the dog inside.

Thornhill

– police escorted two five year old girls to their home when they were found to be playing unsafely in the intersection of Dogwood Ave and Thornhill St. Ministry of Children and Families were called to assist.

– A male was attempting to sell drugs at George’s Pub

Rural

– erratic driver complaint on Hwy 37 between Kitimat and Terrace

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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