Missing teenager spotted on highway and returned home

Terrace RCMP responded to approximately 42 calls on May 24.

Terrace RCMP responded to approximately 42 calls on May 24.

Here are some of the calls:

A fight was reported on Lakelse Avenue. Police attended and spoke to a man present. The man said someone accused him of stealing a bike and tried to fight him. Patrols were made for the other man.

Police assisted the hospital in escorting a patient.

A suspicious powder was reported to police. Under investigation.

Police assisted ambulance with a report of two hurt people. Officers attended. No offence reported.

A teenager was observed riding a bike near Usk. Police attended and determined the teenager to be a missing youth. The youth was returned home.

A found wallet was turned into police.

Police received a false alarm for an address on McConnell Avenue.

An abandoned 911 call was received for an address on Tuck Avenue. Police attended and determined the call was made in error by children.

A cancelled alarm was received for an address on Kerby Avenue.

A found bike was turned into the detachment.

An abandoned vehicle was located on Kalum Forest Service Road. Police attended and attempted to contact the registered owner.

A group was reported as openly consuming alcohol near Lazelle Avenue and Atwood Street. Police made patrols. No one was located.

Police received a report of threats. No charges were requested.

A woman was reported missing. She was later located.

Police received a report of a residential break and enter. Officers attended and determined the incident to be civil between parties known to each other.

A found wallet was turned into the detachment. Officers attempted to contact its owner.

A warrant was received for someone failing to appear to provide DNA.

Police received a false alarm for an address on Hatton Street.

A suspended driver was located driving a motor vehicle on Hwy 113. Violation tickets were issued and the vehicle was towed.

A woman called to request police check the well-being of her neighbour in Thornhill.

A trailer decal was reported lost.

Police received a report of an unwanted person at an address on Kalum Street. Officers attended. The person agreed to leave.

A lost wallet was reported to police.

A woman was reported missing. She was later located.

ATVs were reported on the roadway of Bulkley Street. The vehicles were gone before police could attend.

A man down was reported on the 4600 block of Lakelse Avenue. Police attended. No one was located.

Two unwanted people were reported at an address on the 4500 block of Queensway Drive. Police attended and the people left.

Police received a report of a possible impaired driver. Officers located the driver who was not intoxicated.

A group was reported to be drinking alcohol on the 4700 block of Park Avenue. Police attended. A man was arrested for breaching his no-consume conditions.

Police received a report of a disturbance on the 4400 block of Park Avenue. Officers attended and spoke to those present.

A man called to report a woman sitting on the railing of the old bridge. He was concerned she could fall from the pedestrian side into traffic. Police attended. The woman had already left.

Police on patrol observed a woman staggering near Kofoed Drive and Hwy 16. The woman was intoxicated and unable to communicate and uncooperative. She was arrested for Cause a Disturbance and lodged in cells to sober up safely.

Terrace RCMP received a request to assist another police agency with a warrant.

A suicidal person was reported. Police met and spoke with the person. Unsubstantiated.

A suspicious youth was reported in the area of Tuck Avenue. Patrols were made.

A suicidal person was apprehended under the Mental Health Act.

Police received a report of a possible impaired driver. Unsubstantiated.

A man and woman were arguing at an address on Pear Street. Police attended and spoke to those involved.

A noise complaint was received for an address on Little Avenue. Police attended and asked those responsible to turn the music down.

Police received a report of a man possibly in possession of stolen property. Unsubstantiated.

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 274637 (CRIMES), then in the body of your text message type TERRACE, followed by your tip information.

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