Pantless man wheels about Terrace

Here are some of the incidents responded to by Terrace's RCMP from Oct. 31 at 8 a.m. until Nov. 2, 8 a.m.

  • Nov. 2, 2012 4:00 p.m.

The Terrace RCMP have responded to approximately 47 calls for service from October 31, 8 AM till November 2, 8 AM. During the same time period 6 people were lodged in Terrace Cells. Two of these were for public intoxication.

Downtown Terrace

  • a man punched another man at Kalum St / Greig Ave. Checks were done of area.
  • suspicious vehicle on Lakelse Ave. The vehicle was a white 1992 Chevy van. Unfounded.
  • threatening text messages. Shortly after police received a call of a man who had been assaulted on Kalum St. The man was transported to Mills Memorial Hospital. Police are investigating a link between the threatening text messages and the assault.

Elsewhere Terrace

  • man in a wheelchair with his pants around his ankles on Kalum St. Police did checks of the area and then attended to a residence and spoke with the man about putting more effort into keeping his clothing under control.
  • noisy party at an apartment on Scott Ave. Police spoke with the tenants. They are moving out.
  • domestic dispute. A woman suffered injuries from an assault and was transported to Mills Memorial Hospital. A 42 yr old man was arrested for assault and breach. Charges are being forwarded to Crown Counsel.
  • false business alarm on Eby St
  • three black clad youths egged a car on Kalum St. Checks were done of area.
  • egg thrown at a house on Davis Ave.
  • fireworks being discharged in an unsafe manner on Apsley St. Checks were done of area.
  • a neighbor complaining about fireworks. It was 9 PM and noise bylaw is not enforced until 10 PM.
  • a coin was thrown at a car near Library Park. No damage.
  • 13 yr old girl late for curfew. Police did checks. Two hours later she returned.
  • bushes on fire at a residence on Hummingbird Ave
  • woman acting in an irrational manner at Chances Casino. Police arrested a 20 yr old woman.
  • false residential alarm on Soucie Ave. Cancelled by home owner prior to police attendance.
  • Missing 57 yr old man. He was located and driven back to his residence.
  • trees were cut down by a tenant for better satellite reception. Not a criminal matter.
  • a man harassing a woman contrary to conditions. The 42 yr old man was arrested for breaching his recognizance. He is held for court.
  • suspicious vehicle at the end of Davis Ave. Checks were done.
  • DVD’s were pawned at a local business. A woman claimed they were stolen from her. Ownership of the DVD’s was undetermined.
  • an intoxicated woman banging on a door on Kalum St and broke a side window. Police arrested a 35 yr old woman for public intoxication. Police involvement was not wanted for further action.
  • suspicious phone call. Police spoke with the owner of the phone number that made the call.
  • a texting argument and threats. Police advised both of the people involved to stop texting each other.
  • an intoxicated woman talking crazy and refusing to leave a residence. Police arrested the 20 yr old woman for mischief. She had her two front teeth knocked out and couldn’t remember what happened.
  • familial dispute. An intoxicated 21 yr old woman fell asleep before police finished speaking with her. She was put to bed by family.
  • a man and woman were seen arguing on Scott Ave. Checks were done of area.
  • a man and woman arguing on Tetrault St. The argument was over a computer screen and over prior to police attendance. A woman was transported to alternate lodgings for the night.
  • a purse was turned into the detachment. The purse had no value and was destroyed.

Thornhill

  • a woman’s dog was seized by Thornhill Animal Control and she felt that she was set up. Police gave advice on the matter.
  • two false business alarms on Desjardins Ave, same business.
  • domestic dispute. A 46 yr old man has been arrested for breaching conditions of no go to an address, not to contact a person, and not to consume alcohol. He is held for court.
  • a pink Sportek bike with Bridgette written on the frame was found in the ditch near Skeena Concrete

Rural

  • familial dispute. Police spoke with the people involved. Unfounded accusations back and forth between the people. Advice was given on the matter that involved alternate living arrangements.
  • a postal worker was almost hit by a brown 1998 Ford Windstar backing out of a driveway on Thomas St. No injuries. Police spoke with the driver.

Kitsumkalum, Gitaus, Kulspai

  • nothing to report

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

 

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