Spit hood placed on aggressive male

He had called police about a woman consuming alcohol against her conditions.

  • May. 17, 2012 5:00 p.m.

HERE’S SOME of the events police were called to in the past 24 hours:

Downtown Terrace

– fight at the Canada Safeway. Police attended. The Safeway manager had detained a 46-year-old shoplifter and recovered a stolen item and the shoplifter’s ID. The thief had left. Police returned the ID to the man.

– false cellular 911 call

– fight in front of Safeway. Checks were done of area.

– three intoxicated people in behind a dumpster on Greig Ave. Police arrested a 41-year-old man, 36-year-old man, and a 45-year-old man for public intoxication.

– intoxicated man bothering people in the Skeena Mall. Police located the 48-year-old man in front of the TD Bank and arrested him for public intoxication

Elsewhere Terrace

– false business alarm on Legion Ave.

– information released by another agency without person’s consent. Not a police matter. Advice was given.

– false business alarm on Earle St.

– verbal domestic dispute. A man and woman were warned.

– a wooden wishing well was stolen from an address on Lanfear St. It was screwed down to a table and was ripped off its base.

– a TV that wasn’t paid for on time was repossessed. The homeowner was refusing to let them leave with the TV. The situation worked itself out.

– harassment complaint. Advice was given.

– a message with an offensive photo was sent to a person. The person wants the sender spoken with.

– A man reported that a woman was breaching her conditions of no consume alcohol on Davis Ave. Police arrested the woman for breach. The man became agitated and aggressive towards others in the residence, including children. Police arrested the 37-year-old man. The man was aggressive and non-compliant and stated that he was going to spit into the face of the police officer. A spit hood was placed on his head to prevent this. Charges of breach of conditions being forwarded on the 35-year-old woman for breach to Crown Counsel.

– possible impaired driver in a green truck on Kalum St. Checks were done of area.

– false cellular 911 call

– false business alarm on Braun St. Cancelled prior to police attendance.

– a woman received a bill for ambulance transport, but was never transported by ambulance. BC Ambulance retracted the bill. Was reported to police for information purposes only.


– attempted theft of logs. Police action not wanted. Civil dispute.

– uttering threats via texting. Familial dispute. Advice was given.

– report of children playing on the road and the guardian intoxicated. Police spoke with all of the people in involved. Alcohol was not a factor.

– false residential alarm on Sande Ave.

– domestic dispute on a front lawn. Police attended. People involved were gone and the complainant was not cooperative with police.


– cruelty to animals complaint under investigation.

– drug trafficking information received.

– noise complaint on Ackroyd St. Police attended and warned the people involved.


– suicidal 14-year-girl. BC Ambulance transported her to Mills Memorial Hospital.

– assault investigation

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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