Officers deal with ‘indecently amorous’ couple

Police called after man did not stop his inappropriate behaviour when asked

  • Sep. 13, 2012 5:00 a.m.

HERE’S SOME of the incidents that kept Terrace RCMP busy during the last 24 hours:

Downtown Terrace

• report of possible child abuse. Police spoke with everyone involved. Unfounded.

• fight outside of the Coast Hotel. Police spoke with two men ages 35 and 31. The 35-year-old man had stolen a bike from the 31-year-old man. The bike was returned to its rightful owner. Further police involvement was not wanted.

• false business alarm on Lakelse Ave.

Elsewhere Terrace

• suspicious man. A man described as in his late 30’s early 40’s riding a bike with an empty baby carrier on the back approached a young boy and asked for directions. After he received the directions, he went in the opposite direction.

• false 911 residential call.

• report of a woman borrowing a phone then walking away with it. The phone contained an amount of money within the phone case. Investigation determined the complaint unsubstantiated.

• a 33-year-old man failed to report to Adult Probation. Under investigation.

• a 35-year-old man was groping his 38-year-old girlfriend inside of the Terrace Public Library. He did not stop when asked by staff. Police located the indecently amorous couple in the area and spoke with them about their behaviour.

• a woman called 911 to report a man was refusing to leave. The man left on his own accord prior to police attendance. Police spoke with the woman. She was not cooperative.

• missing 13-year-old girl. Under investigation.

• a 49-year-old woman thought a 56-year-old man had stolen her stove range hood so she damaged some of his belongings in retaliation. Police spoke with both of the people. The woman was separated from the man.

• a man sent his roommate’s girlfriend an inappropriate letter. The man wanted police to remove his roommate. Police spoke with the roommate who agreed to find alternate lodging for the time being.

• man passed out on Davis Ave. Police arrested a 28-year-old man for public intoxication.

• 14-year-old girl reported missing. Under investigation.


• a man in a brown GMC pickup truck lost garbage on Dobbie St. on September 11.


• a man found a gun in a dumpster and brought it to the detachment. Police determined that it was a pellet gun.

• a 63-year-old man gave remote access of his computer to a person. This person now has access to his personal information and banking info. This person is also harassing him via the phone. Under investigation.

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 or by texting TERRACE plus your message to 274637 (CRIMES).

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