The Terrace RCMP responded to approximately 33 calls for service from October 19th, 8 AM till October 20th, 8AM. During the same time period four people were lodged in Terrace Cells, all for intoxication.
- Sexual assault. A 27 yr old man was arrested. Charges are being forwarded to Crown Counsel.
- Group of people causing problems in a back alley off of Lazelle Ave. Police observed a man urinating on a back fence. He was issued a municipal ticket. The rest of the group was dispersed.
- A man passed out on Clinton St. After discussion with the man police apprehended him under the Mental Health Act and transported him to Mills Memorial Hospital.
- Group of people in an alley behind Lakelse Ave. Police spoke with a group and there were no concerns.
- A man called police requesting assistance. Police spoke with the man. He was transported to Mills Memorial Hospital at his request.
- Police observed a group in behind a business on Lakelse Ave and one man trying to hide a bottle of cider. The alcohol was dumped.
- A business bathroom spattered with blood and used needles. Police spoke with a business employee then disposed of the needles.
- Police found an intoxicated and cold person passed out in a stairwell on Lakelse Ave. Police transported the man to the Damp Shelter.
- A warrant was issued for a 40 yr old man for breaching his Recognizance. The man was already in custody. The warrant was executed.
- An intoxicated man causing a disturbance because the library was closed. Police conducted checks of the area.
- The driver’s side window of a white GMC Sierra truck was smashed out while it was parked in the Kal Tire parking lot sometime over the weekend.
- A person in a dumpster on Davis Ave. Checks of the area were done.
- Suspicious activity reported for information purposes.
- A person received an IPhone as payment for a debt owed. The IPhone was then sold to another person. The IPhone was stolen. Police spoke with the people involved. Investigation ongoing as to the owner of the IPhone.
- Missing keys. Police spoke with a person.
- A man passed out with his pants down in the Library Park. Police located the man as described and another intoxicated man who had fallen off a bench. Both of the middle aged men were arrested.
- Threats were uttered. Police spoke with the people involved.
- False business alarm on Straume Ave.
- A man refusing to leave Mills Memorial Hospital. Police transported the man to an alternate location.
- False business alarm on Keith Ave.
- Noise complaint. Police spoke with a person. The people causing the problems had left prior to police attendance.
- Deceased elderly man on Apsley St.
- A man wandering into traffic on Tetrault St. Police arrested the adult man. He was violent and resisted arrested by kicking and hitting the police officers. Additional police officers assisted to gain control of the man.
- Assist external agency with an investigation.
- A man attended to the RCMP detachment in an intoxicated state because he was unable to care for himself and had nowhere to go. The adult man was arrested.
- Harassment complaint. Angry glares, nasty eyes, and rude comments. Under investigation.
- Deceased adult man. Under investigation.
- BC Ambulance requested police assistance with a patient. Police stood by while the paramedics dealt with the situation.
- Police pulled over a black Honda Civic on Thornhill Frontage Rd. The adult driver did not have a driver’s licence.
- Missing person. He was located.
- Assault investigation.
- Shooting in a gravel pit off of Farkvam Rd. Police conducted a check. There were no issues.
- A woman being followed by a black car. Police pulled the car over. They were following the woman in attempt to speak to her about her driving habits. Police spoke with the people involved.
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 atwww.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 $2000