Police seize drugs from vehicle

Here are some incidents the RCMP responded to in Terrace from 9 am Oct. 17 until 9 am Oct. 18.

  • Oct. 18, 2011 5:00 p.m.

Downtown Terrace

– sometime during the night of Oct. 16/17 the Terrace Economic Development Authority building on Kalum St was broken into. Taken were a fire extinguisher and other small items.

– a bike was stolen from an address on Lazelle Ave at around 1PM. Bike is a women’s CCM, 7 speed, silver in color.

– false business alarm on Lazelle

– a male was arrested for public intoxication on Lazelle Ave

Elsewhere Terrace

– a male hanging around the women’s shelter on Lazelle Ave was told to move on

– multiple vandalism to vehicles parked on the 4500 block of Keith Ave. Six vehicles and a boat had their windows smashed out.

– sometime between Oct 15 evening and Oct 17 morning a septic tank was stolen from Emco on Park Ave. The chain link fence was cut to gain entry into the compound.

– ET Kenney School on Loen Ave had three windows smashed out over the weekend

– false 911

– an address on Hwy 16 was broken into and several items of an older nature were stolen

– family dispute at an address on Graham Ave

– a 13 year old female breached her curfew conditions

– a female was reported missing from Seven Sister’s Facility. The female returned on her own later the same night.

– a vehicle check in the 4600 block of McConnell was conducted on a blue 1993 Chevy Lumina. An amount of what police suspect as Tylenol 3, crack cocaine, and cocaine was seized. Charges are being forwarded.


– a person reported missing out of Houston was found at a residence on Mountainview Ave

– suicidal male on Walker St. Police gave the male a ride to the hospital.


– a vehicle was keyed and another vehicle was keyed and had sugar put into its gas tank at an address on Kulspai Creek.


– a turquoise, Roxy, fake leather wallet was reported as missing

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.