Pair nabbed for shoplifting

Over the past 24 hours these are some of the events requiring a response by the Terrace RCMP.

Downtown Terrace

- false cellular 911

- child well being check

- female was arrested for public intoxication

  • Sep. 22, 2011 12:00 p.m.

Over the past 24 hours these are some of the events requiring a response by the Terrace RCMP.

Downtown Terrace

– false cellular 911

– child well being check

– female was arrested for public intoxication

– male littering in the Tim Hortons drive thru. The owner of the vehicle had lent the car to her brother for the day. Matter is still under investigation.

– police assisted Ministry of Children and Families with the removal of a five month old child from a home

– two business false alarms

– intoxicated youth at the Bear County Inn. Police assisted Ministry of Children and Families with transporting an eleven year old male to the hospital for assessment.

Elsewhere in Terrace

– call received of people speeding in the 3700 block of Eby St.

– a mother reported that her daughter is in the possession of an ipod that is not hers

– called received of a female uttering threats to another female

– a 13 year old female and a 16 year old female were caught shoplifting at Walmart by the loss prevention officer.

– residential false alarm

– erratic driver on Legion Ave

– police attended a domestic dispute on Hanson St. The male was intoxicated and had left for the night.

– a sixteen year old female bit the finger of a twenty one year old female during a consensual fight. Injuries received were minimal.

– fight at Cassie Hall. There were no injuries. There were conflicting reports about what had happened. All parties were spoken with.

– male was running around on Hamer Ave in his underwear, slamming into vehicles and screaming. Police located the male in care of a friend and everything calmed down. There was no damage to the vehicles.

– police checked on the well being of a female


– police attended to an argument between an intoxicated mother and her intoxicated son

– police attended to a domestic dispute. The male was transported via ambulance to Mills Memorial Hospital with self inflicted injuries. The female and two children were assisted by Ministry of Children and Families.

– a yellow dune buggy was rat racing on Penner St


– call received of a stolen camera and a mickey of alcohol.


– domestic assault investigation


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