Terrace RCMP responded to approximately 30 calls for service from October 6th, 8 a.m. till October 7th, 8 a.m.
During the same time period, four people were lodged in Terrace Cells, none for intoxication.
An unwanted man attempting to get into a residence. Checks determined that the man had a warrant. The 45-year-old man was arrested and is held for court.
An intoxicated woman walking with a man on Greig Ave. Police located the people involved. No issues.
A man refusing to leave a restaurant on Kalum St. when asked. He left prior to police attendance.
An intoxicated man chasing his ex on a bike. Police spoke with the people involved. Unsubstantiated.
At approximately 9:30 p.m., adult men in a grey SUV or van threw cups of water at a group of homeless people downtown. Half an hour later, a second call was received of a young teen boy and his friends having cups of water thrown at them while walking on Sparks St., same vehicle description. Checks of the area were done. Investigation ongoing.
Police observed an intoxicated woman seated on a sidewalk on Lakelse Ave./Emerson St. Checks determined that she was breaching conditions of not to be outside of residence when intoxicated and a curfew. The 38-year-old woman was arrested. She attempted to kick and strike members after her arrest.
A group of people fighting on Park Ave. Police spoke with the people involved.
False business alarm on Kalum St.
BC Ambulance requested police attendance with an intoxicated man. The man was transported to Mills Memorial Hospital.
An intoxicated woman invited a stranger into her home. Nothing criminal in nature occurred. Advice on the matter was given.
Assist Nass Valley RCMP with a process.
Man passed out in front of a business on Eby St. Police arrested a middle aged man. He was transported to Mills Memorial Hospital.
Warrants were issued for a 44-year-old man and a 19-year-old man for failing to attend court.
Breach of a no contact condition. Police spoke with a person. Under investigation.
False business alarm on Park Ave.
A tree was cut and a tarp was used to make a shelter near Christy Park. Police advised City of Terrace.
A woman passed out in the Terrace Public Library. She left prior to police attendance.
An intoxicated person causing problems at a residence and refusing to leave. The man left prior to police attendance. Checks were done of the area.
Police observed a man walking down Davis Ave. Checks determined that he had four outstanding warrants and was breaching conditions of being in Terrace, consuming alcohol, and being out past his curfew. The 18-year-old man was arrested and is held for court.
Some youths were chased away from a carport on Straume Ave. Police spoke with two young men in the area. No offence committed.
An intoxicated man in a black leather jacket and dark clothing attempted to walk into a residence on Park Ave. Checks of the area were done.
A man getting undressed and urinating in a parking lot on Hwy 16. Police spoke with a man. A different version of events was told. The man agreed to leave the area to prevent further conflict.
Suicidal man. Police pulled the middle aged man over in his car. He was apprehended under the Mental Health and transported to Mills Memorial Hospital.
Assault investigation. Unsubstantiated.
Noisy music on Old Lakelse Lake Dr. Checks were conducted of the area. All was quiet.
Police pulled over a white Neon for going 84 km/hr in a 50 km/hr zone. The vehicle did not have insurance. It was towed.
Fraud. No money was lost.
Abandoned 911 call. Police spoke with a man and a woman. A resolution was reached.
A white Dodge truck being driven with no plates on Hwy 37. Checks of the area were done.
A green 1992 GMC truck was pulled over for going 147 km/hr in a 100 km/hr zone on Hwy 37. The vehicle was impounded.
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 TERRACE plus your message to 274637 (CRIMES).
If your information leads to an arrest, you may be eligible for a cash reward of up to $2,000.