Terrace RCMP responded to approximately 32 calls for service from September 16th, 8 a.m. till September 17th, 8 a.m.
During the same time period, seven people were lodged in Terrace cells – five of these people were lodged for intoxication.
Suspicious circumstances of services being requested instead of payment.
False alarm on Greig Ave.
A hang up 911 call. On call back, a woman screamed at telecoms asking what they wanted, then hung up on them. Checks were done of the area.
A man being aggressive towards picketing teachers at a school. Police spoke with the man. Checks determined that there was no insurance on his vehicle so it was towed.
The chain link fence and barb wire of a business on Park Ave. was cut recently.
Man sleeping on the floor of a business on Eby St. Police apprehended the man under the Mental Health Act and transported him to Mills Memorial Hospital.
A grey Ford car backed into a scooter on Lazelle Ave. Minor damage to the scooter.
Person on the roof of a building on Laklese Ave. Police spoke with the man. No criminal offence.
A Garmin GPS, plug, and case were found in a yard on Adam St.
During foot patrols, police observed a man smoking marijuana near the Mills Memorial Hospital. An amount of marijuana was seized for destruction.
Assist Mills Memorial Hospital with an uncooperative patient.
Possible impaired driver in a maroon van at the Skeen Mall. Checks were done of the area.
Intoxicated man refusing to leave a residence. Police arrested a 44-year-old man.
A man was observed to pull an intoxicated woman out of a car and take her into a house on Olson Ave. A 35-year-old man was arrested on an outstanding warrant out of Cranbrook. Police spoke with an intoxicated woman.
Man choking a woman on Lakelse Ave. Police arrested a man matching the description provided a short distance away. He was in breach of conditions to obtain from the consumption of alcohol. Police spoke with the people involved.
A woman being asked for money by an acquaintance. Police spoke with the woman.
Men arguing over a possible stolen bike in front of the shelter on Hall St. Police spoke with the men. The bike was not reported as stolen.
Broken window at a restaurant on Hwy 16 west sometime during the night of September 15/16.
Noise complaint. Person working on a residence on Coho Pl.
Familial dispute. Police spoke with the people involved. A man was calling a woman “Peanut Head.” He agreed to leave but not before throwing in comments of “Peanut Head” a couple more times on his exit. An intoxicated woman left prior to police attendance.
Two intoxicated people fell down on the side of Soucie Ave. Police requested the assistance of BC Ambulance for an intoxicated 18-year-old woman who injured herself. She was transported to Mills Memorial Hospital. A 21-year-old man was arrested.
Intoxicated woman banging on the door of a residence on Haugland Ave. then drove off when she was denied entry. Police pulled over a red Chevrolet Uplander. A 41-year-old woman provided two samples of breath into a roadside screening device that resulted in fails. She was served an Immediate Roadside Prohibition and the vehicle she was driving was impounded.
An intoxicated man rang the doorbell of a unit not his own. Police located the man.
Missing 15-year-old girl. Chronic runaway.
Noise complaint on Clark St. Police spoke with a man.
Noise complaint on Hwy 16 east. Police spoke with a man.
A woman refusing to leave a property. Police attended the area and spoke with woman who was walking along the road. She had left the property prior to police attendance.
An unusually large tip was left at a restaurant via credit card. Investigation ongoing.
A PlayStation gaming console, headphones, and a television went missing from a residence during the night of Sept 15/16.
If you have information about these crimes, 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).
If your information leads to an arrest, you may be eligible for a cash reward of up to $2,000.