More arrests for intoxication

HERE'S what occupied Terrace RCMP officers from Oct. 4 at 9 am until Oct. 5 at 9 am.

Downtown Terrace

- intoxicated female staggering around on Lazelle Ave

- youth being unsafe on the Sande Overpass

  • Oct. 5, 2011 2:00 p.m.

HERE’S what occupied Terrace RCMP officers from Oct. 4 at 9 am until Oct. 5 at 9 am.

Downtown Terrace

– intoxicated female staggering around on Lazelle Ave

– youth being unsafe on the Sande Overpass

– male was arrested for public intoxication at an address on Greig. He was later transported to Mills Memorial Hospital by BC Ambulance

– found purse, the owner is being located

– female was arrested for public intoxication on Greig Ave

– 3 youth on the train tracks on Hwy 16 near Kalum St

Elsewhere Terrace

– shots heard, possibly a bear banger near Kalum St. It was a bear banger.

– group of youth punching each other for fun near Caledonia school

– bear bothering a resident of Olson Ave

– a found wallet was returned to its owner

– school fight between two ten year old boys on Cassie Hall school ground. A knife was introduced in the fight, but not used.

– male arrested for public intoxication on Park Ave

– male and female were heard yelling at an address on Haugland. Investigation revealed that a person had been locked out of their residence and was trying to get attention to be let in.

– a youth was reported missing from a group home on Sparks St when she failed to show up for her curfew – two females were reported missing from Seven Sisters Facility. One female was located on Greig and transported back to the facility. The other female was found on Lakelse Ave and transported back. She left again. She was found on Greig Ave and transported back.

– school false alarm

– a male was reported missing from an address on Little Ave


nothing to report

Kitsumkalum and Kulspai

nothing to report



– break and enter of an address on Gitsaex St. Entry was thru an upstairs bedroom window that was unlocked. A ladder was used to gain access to the roof of the house, and then the window. Happened between 1 and 3 AM. Nothing was taken.


– a .22 revolver was turned in to be destroyed

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


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