Terrace RCMP responded to approximately 213 calls for service from March 23-29.
Here are some of the calls:
A child was found wandering the streets near Keith Avenue. Police located a caregiver.
A woman reported receiving harassing communications.
Two women on Kalum Street were heard saying they were going to fight. Police attended and determined the argument to be verbal only. Two men on scene were arrested for Cause of Disturbance for public intoxication.
An intoxicated man was sleeping on a bench on Lakelse Avenue. He was arrested for Cause of Disturbance and lodged in Terrace RCMP cells to sober up safely.
A fight was reported on Kalum Street. Police attended and located a woman with blood on her face. The woman refused medical treatment. The fight was consensual.
License plates were stolen from a vehicle parked on Walsh Avenue and Johnstone Street.
Intoxicated people who had been taken to the damp shelter by police were causing problems and had since left the location. Police found them and arrested them for Cause of Disturbance. They were lodged in cells to sober up safely.
Another police detachment requested Terrace RCMP’s assistance with an assault file. Under investigation.
Police responded to a possible domestic assault in George Little Park. Upon arrival, police were met by two youths who stated they had been attacked. The youths were hysterical and uncooperative; one assaulted a police officer and the other charged toward the officer. A youth was arrested. Under investigation.
Police received a report of shots fired, possibly on the bench. Patrols were made.
A concerned neighbour called to report a large group of kids and vehicles were near Krumm Avenue and Hwy 37. Police patrolled the area.
A fight was reported in the parking lot of a business on Hwy 16 E. Police attended.
Blood, teeth, and a knife were located near the band stand of George Little Park. Police attended, took photos and samples, and spoke with the possible source of the blood. Under investigation.
A woman was concerned about people walking on the ice near 4301 Hwy 16 W. Police made patrols.
Change was stolen from a vehicle on Eby Street.
Police responded to a report of an assault with a weapon on Sparks Street. The victim was taken to hospital and stated he had been jumped by two unknown men. He did not cooperate further.
Police received a report of a wanted man being at a residence. Officers attended but did not locate the man.
A man was lying on the ground in the rain on Greig Avenue. Police attended, arrested the man, and lodged him in cells to sober up safely.
Police located and returned a committed patient who had left a hospital unit.
A vehicle on Davis Avenue was idling loudly in the early morning hours. Police attended and spoke to the vehicle’s owner, who agreed to turn it off.
A man driving on Hwy 16 E hit a broken leaf spring left in the roadway. Police patrolled the area for more debris.
Police received a report of shots fired close to another property. Officers attended and spoke to those in the area. Under investigation.
Items were stolen from an unlocked vehicle on Kalum Street.
Two men were arguing at a business on Lakelse Avenue. Police spoke to the men and separated them.
A man reported a large dog tried to bite him on Soucie Avenue. Police spoke to the dog’s caregiver.
Police responded to an abandoned 911 call on Cory Drive. The call was made in error.
An assault and theft were reported near the 4600 block of Lakelse Avenue. Police attended and spoke with those present. The event was determined to be a consented fight.
A man reported his daughter had backed into another vehicle near Terrace Public Library. Under investigation.
Police performed a traffic stop on Kalum Street. The vehicle’s driver failed a roadside breath test and received a 90-day driving prohibition and 30-day vehicle impoundment.
Police responded to a verbal dispute on McConnell Avenue. A man was arrested for obstruction and breach probation.
A disturbance involving weapons was reported to police. Officers attended; no weapons were present. An intoxicated man was arrested for mischief.
A vehicle hit a tree and went into a ditch at Old Lakelse Lake Drive and Clark Street. The driver walked away from the scene, but was located by police at a nearby residence. Under investigation.
A woman reported losing her purse. Police located and returned the purse.
A suspicious vehicle was reported at a boat launch on Kalum Lake Road. The vehicle had not moved for several weeks. Police contacted the vehicle’s owner and confirmed everything was fine.
Police stopped a vehicle for speeding. The driver participated in a roadside breath test and received a three-day driving prohibition for the level of alcohol in his system.
Rocks were reported as falling onto Hwy 16 E near Chindemash Loop.
A fraud was reported involving a fuel card. Under investigation.
A GPS was found in Thornhill and turned into police.
Possible drug trafficking was reported to police. Under investigation.
Police were advised by EHS of a collision involving a motorcycle. The rider participated in a roadside breath test and blew a fail, indicating he was too intoxicated to drive. He received a 90-day driving prohibition and vehicle impound.
A woman returned to her home on Thornhill Street to find the front door open and damage to its frame and entryway. Nothing was taken.
A disturbance was reported at an address on Lakelse Avenue. Police attended and located a woman breaching her no-contact order. The woman was arrested.
An ATV broke through the ice on the Skeena River. No one was injured.
A man was reported to be intoxicated downtown Terrace. Police located the man and arrested him for breaching his probation order.
A fight was reported on the 4500 block of Park Avenue. Police attended. A youth was taken to the hospital. A second call was later received at that address; this time a man was reported as having shown up with a baseball bat. Police attended and found a man with head injuries. A suspect was located and arrested.
A man wanted on several outstanding warrants was located. He was also arrested for breach.
If you have information about crime, 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 keyword TERRACE followed by your message to 274637 (CRIMES).