Police assist ambulance service

Over the 24 hour period for Sept. 27 these are some of the events Terrace RCMP responded to:

Downtown Terrace

- police assisted BC Ambulance on two calls, Kalum St and Lakelse Ave. A male was arrested for public intoxication in each call.

  • Sep. 29, 2011 7:00 a.m.

Over the 24 hour period for Sept. 27 these are some of the events Terrace RCMP responded to:

Downtown Terrace

– police assisted BC Ambulance on two calls, Kalum St and Lakelse Ave. A male was arrested for public intoxication in each call.

– a male was arrested on Greig Ave for public intoxication

– a 14 year old male was arrested under the Mental Health Act on Lakelse Ave and transported to Mills Memorial Hospital

– the well being of a female youth was checked on Tuck Ave

– a male on Lakelse Ave was issued a 3 day immediate roadside prohibition and had his vehicle impounded for impaired driving

Elsewhere in Terrace

– business false alarm

– during the night of Sept 26/27 a 2003 Chevy pickup had it tires removed while parked at MacCarthy Motors

– a female was panhandling on Haugland Ave

– a suspicious male on Lazelle Ave

– complaint of uttering threats via texting

– a male was intoxicated and causing problems at a party on Hanson St

– false 911

– a female was reported missing from the Seven Sisters Mental Health Facility. The female returned later on the same day

– police assisted BC Ambulance with an intoxicated male on Sparks St who had cut himself


– found bike on Muller Ave.

– an indecent picture was sent by phone to a female youth. Still under investigation

– a break and enter occurred on Toynbee St during the night of Sept 26/27. A detached garage had its padlock cut. Several tools were stolen. Still under investigation.

– false business panic alarm


– false 911

– male was arrested for driving while prohibited

– business false alarm

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 www.bccrimestoppers.com.


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