Man with weapon arrested at Walmart

HERE are the incidents requiring the presence of Terrace RCMP officers for the 24-hour period ending 8 am, June 29.

  • Jun. 29, 2012 5:00 a.m.

HERE are the incidents requiring the presence of Terrace RCMP officers for the 24-hour period ending 8 am, June 29.

Downtown Terrace

– erratic driver in behind the Shopper’s Drug Mart speeding thru alley. Three employees of Shopper’s had to jump out of the way. Under investigation.

– shoplifting from Source For Sports. Surveillance footage has been obtained. Under investigation.

– intoxicated men on Lakelse Ave. Police arrested a 42 yr old man and a 51 yr old man for public intoxication.

– man passed out in behind the Safeway Gas Bar. Police arrested a 31 yr old man for public intoxication.

– man passed out in the flowers in front of the Bear Country Inn. Police arrested a 60 yr old man for public intoxication.

– false 911 call from a business on Eby St, the 16th false 911 call in less than two years.

Elsewhere Terrace

– domestic dispute. A woman was pushed down by her boyfriend. The woman and man were uncooperative with police and heavily intoxicated. The woman found alternate lodging.

– A man and woman attended to a residence and wanted to fight the man inside. Police spoke with everyone who agreed to stay away from each other.

– false alarm on Graham Ave.

– intoxicated woman walking on Park Ave. Police located the woman sleeping on top of a car. The 21 yr old woman was arrested for public intoxication. She was on probation with a condition of not consume alcohol.

– Loss Prevention Officer of Walmart arrested a man for shoplifting. Police arrested the 20 yr old man and found a weapon on him after searching him. The man was on conditions to not possess weapons. Charges of breach are being forwarded to Crown Counsel. An intoxicated 17 yr old girl was also in presence and police arrested her for public intoxication.

– a man reported that his niece continually stealing from him. Under investigation.

– landlord / tenancy dispute on Straume Ave.

– false cellular 911 call. The woman was told to remove 911 from her speed dial.

– theft of a native carving. Investigation determined that the matter was civil.

– a neighbor threatened to assault a woman. The woman was not cooperative with police in investigating the matter.

– suicidal 18 yr old man. Police spoke with the man. He was not suicidal. He was arrested for public intoxication.

– police observed a 14 yr old girl in George Little Park out past her court ordered curfew. She was arrested for breach. The girl stated that she will not keep to her curfew.

– a woman was observed staggering down Lazelle Ave wearing dark clothing in the darkness. The 33-yr old woman was arrested for public intoxication.

– loud party on Scott Ave. Police shut the party down

Thornhill

– an intoxicated man stated that he was looking for a residence when he was attacked by three men on Koefed Dr and Wren. The men are described as Caucasian, 2 in black hoodies and 1 in a white hoody. The man did not suffer any injuries. He was scheduled to appear in court so police transported him to same.

– suicidal 34 yr old woman. Police spoke with the woman and she was not suicidal.

– men fighting on Muller Ave. Four sober men were located. Two were brothers and they were arguing over a dirt bike. Nothing physical.

– uttering threats and harassment investigation.

Rural

– erratic driver in a white pick up truck with red and black logo on Hwy 16 near Copper River Rd. Almost caused a head on collision.

– suspicious person on Lakeside Dr. The man was in his late teens, dark pants, grey sweatshirt with a hoodie over his head. He left quickly when a neighbor came out to confront him.

– men causing problems on Heppel Ave. A 58 yr old man and a 52 yr old man were arrested. One tried to run from police but he was too intoxicated to maintain his balance for long.

– a vehicle was reported stolen from Grouchy’s Beach. Investigation determined that the vehicle was towed due to it blocking the entrance to the park.

Kitsumkalum

– intoxicated man on West Kalum Rd. Checks were done of area.

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, online at www.terracecrimestoppers.ca or by texting “TERRACE plus your message” to 274637 (CRIMES).

 

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