Police take person sitting on side of highway to hospital

Terrace RCMP responded to approximately 47 calls for service from April 6-7.

  • Apr. 7, 2017 8:00 a.m.

Terrace RCMP responded to approximately 47 calls for service from April 6-7.

Here are some of the calls:

A suspicious person was sitting on Hwy 16 E near Copper River bridge. Police attended and spoke to a person experiencing medical issues. The person was transported to the hospital.

Terrace RCMP received a request to assist another detachment with an investigation.

A neighbour dispute was reported to police.

An assault was reported on Loen Avenue. Unsubstantiated.

A woman was reported as breaching her conditions. Unsubstantiated.

An intoxicated man was reported on Pear Street.

Police attended a business on Park Avenue for the report of a disturbance. Police spoke with those involved.

A group was reported to be drinking behind a lot on Park Avenue. Officers patrolled the area.

A fraud involving e-transfers was reported.

A motor vehicle collision occurred at Sparks Street and Lakelse Avenue. A woman was taken to hospital with minor injuries.

Police were requested to check the well-being of a woman on Greig Street. Officers transported the woman to an alternative location.

A group was drinking and screaming on the 4600 block of Greig Avenue. Police attended the location and spoke to the group, which emptied open alcohol present, then moved along.

A man was passed out in front of a business on Kalum Street. Police located the man, who was intoxicated, and transported him to an alternative location.

Warrants were issued for numerous people who failed to appear in court.

Police received an abandoned 911 call on McConnell Avenue. Officers attended and confirmed the call was made in error.

A group was reported as drinking and fighting at Emerson Street and Lakelse Avenue. The group left prior to police attendance.

Police were called to a possible disturbance downtown. Patrols were made.

A woman was intoxicated near Emerson Street and Lazelle Avenue. Police located the woman and took her to an alternative location.

Police received a report involving prostitution. Unsubstantiated.

A group of intoxicated people were reported as pushing each other around, being rowdy and bothering customers in front of a business on Lakelse Avenue. The group was gone prior to police attendance.

A traffic complaint was made against a vehicle on Morris Avenue. Patrols were made.

A man on a bike was chased by dogs. Police attended and spoke to one of the dog owners.

Threats were reported in Thornhill. Unsubstantiated.

An intoxicated man was at a business on Lakelse Avenue. Police attended and arrested a man for Cause a Disturbance by being intoxicated in public. He was lodged in cells to sober up safely.

A domestic in progress was reported on Queensway Drive. Police attended. Unsubstantiated.

A woman was reported as intoxicated in a parking lot of Lazelle Avenue. The woman was found to be breaching her conditions. Under investigation.

Police responded to a traffic complaint involving a vehicle driving the wrong way on Haugland Avenue near Pear Street. Patrols were made.

An erratic man was pounding on the windows of a business on Lazelle Avenue. Police attended. The man was gone.

A noise complaint was received for a residence on Graham Avenue. Police attended and requested the noise be turned down.

An intoxicated woman was reported on Lakelse Avenue. Police patrolled the area.

A noise complaint was received for an address on Queensway Avenue. Police attended. All was quiet.

A verbal argument was reported on Lakelse Avenue. Police arrested a man for breaching his no-consume conditions.

Police received a report of a suicidal person. Unsubstantiated.

A woman was reported as breaching her conditions. Unsubstantiated.

A 911 call was made from Mills Memorial Hospital. Police attended the area. No emergency was observed.

A man reported being assaulted. Unsubstantiated.

A woman reported being followed. Police conducted patrols.

A false alarm was received for a business on Lakelse Avenue.

A false alarm was received for a location on Earle Street.

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 274637 (CRIMES), then in the body of your text message type TERRACE, followed by your tip information.

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