Missing northwest teen located

In addition to 2 abandoned 911 calls and 5 false alarms, here are some of the calls over the 24 hour period ending 8 am Oct. 3, 2012.

  • Oct. 3, 2012 5:00 a.m.

Terrace RCMP advise that Colton Woods, who was reported missing on September 24th, 2012, has been located.

In addition to 2 abandoned 911 calls and 5 false alarms, these are some of the calls for service that police attended over the last 24 hours.

Downtown Terrace

A blue mountain bike was found at the Skeena Mall and turned over to police.

Police observed a male stumbling and falling down on Lakelse Ave. The male was

arrested for public intoxication and lodged in cells.

Police attended a business on Lakelse Ave about a male who broke a window. It was determined that the male most likely did not intend to cause the damage.

Elsewhere in Terrace

A bomb threat was received at the Northwest Community College on Tuesday morning. Emergency services, along with College management, evacuated the campus on McConnell Ave. An RCMP explosives detection dog from Prince George was used to search for explosive devices. The campus was re-opened at approximately 8:30 PM.

Police responded to a report of a male being forced into the trunk of a small, white car. The car was located and stopped by police on Hwy 16 West. The female driver and three male passengers were taken into custody. No one was found in the trunk of the car but the alleged male victim was located, unharmed at his residence and was uncooperative with police.

Police located a passed-out male on Sparks St. The male was arrested for public intoxication and lodged in cells.

Three people were reported intoxicated and walking along Lakelse Ave near the old bridge. One of the three kept wandering into traffic. All three were arrested for public intoxication and lodged in cells.

Police were advised of a car driving on the field beside Parkside School. The vehicle and driver were located by police.

Police attended a domestic dispute on Temple St.


Police were advised by a resident on Krumm Rd that a suspicious male and a female had been in their carport.

Kitsumkalum, Kulspai, Gitaus

Police attended Gitaus to assist a complainant with an intoxicated family member.


Police attended Beaver Crescent for a report of shots fired. No one with a firearm was located and neighborhood enquires were not able to reveal if the noise was gunshots or fireworks.

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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