Spray painters strike in downtown Terrace

THE Terrace RCMP have responded to approximately 21 calls for service from April 9, 8 AM till April 10, 8 AM.

THE Terrace RCMP have responded to approximately 21 calls for service from April 9, 8 AM till April 10, 8 AM. During the same time period there were two people lodged in Terrace Cells, one for public intoxication.

Downtown Terrace

– abandoned brown 1997 Ford Taurus sitting in a parking lot. Police contacted the registered owner.

– two boys spray painting the building behind 4718 Lazelle Ave at approximately 12:30 PM. The boys are described as approximately 15 yrs old, First Nations, one was wearing a red hoody and the other a black hoody, both wearing hats and backpacks. The boys fled on foot East towards Park Ave. Checks were done of the area.

– an amount of money was found in behind the Scotiabank and turned into the police.

– a man uttered threats to another man. Police spoke with the people involved.

– false cellular 911 call

– a man punching vehicles and threatening people. The call evolved to two people in the detachment lobby upset with each other. Police spoke with two men and the disagreement was resolved. Windows were not punched as per the initial call.

– intoxicated man passed out in the bathroom of Tim Hortons on Lakelse Ave. Police spoke with the 48 yr old man and he went on his way.

– two intoxicated men smashing bottles outside of the Lucky Garden Restaurant. Checks were done of the area.

Elsewhere Terrace

– elder abuse investigation

– a vacant house has traffic coming and going to it. Police spoke with the property representative of the home who explain the coming and going is due to the house being renovated for resale.

– attempt to assist Prince Rupert RCMP with execution of a warrant

– a man reported that he has had thousands of dollars stolen from him while in the hospital. Under investigation.

– false residential alarm on Cedar Cr.

– domestic disturbance. A 36 yr old man was arrested for breach of a no contact condition

– panhandler at Mills Memorial Hospital refusing to leave. She left prior to police attendance. Checks were done of the area.

– domestic assault. A 21 yr old man fled a residence after punching a pregnant women. He was also in breach of his no contact conditions. Under investigation. The woman suffered minor injuries.

– two intoxicated men near the library. Police spoke with the two men. They were sober.

– a white Cavalier driving fast on Soucie Ave. Ongoing issue. Police spoke with the people involved and a parent is going to deal with the situation.

– two excavators were pray painted while parked overnight on Kenny/Keith at the old mill site.


– a white 2012 Honda Civic was passed by a vehicle on Old Lakelse Lake Dr in a non passing zone. This vehicle threw rocks up at the Civic and caused a small chip in the windshield.

– an intoxicated woman knocking on doors on Simpson Cr looking for a ride. Police located the woman and transported her to an alternate location.


– cancelled residential alarm on Old Lakelse Lake Dr

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, online at www.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.

Just Posted

Terrace Special Olympics host first annual Sports Day

Many carnival-style games took place

Terrace students hold city accountable for safer bike lanes

Skeena Middle School students biked to city hall to present their report

Terrace-area gold project shows strong promise

Juggernaut Exploration hopes this year’s drilling will follow last year’s exceptional program

Kitselas votes Judy Gerow as new chief councillor

Chief and council members elected June 12

Community gathers at two Terrace schools to protest SD82

Participants carried signs reading ‘We demand transparency’

10 facts about Father’s Day

Did you know that the special day for dads was first celebrated in 1910?

B.C. VIEWS: When farmland protection doesn’t protect farmers

Secondary residences aren’t mansions, families tell Lana Popham

Bombers down B.C. Lions 33-23 in season opener

Former Lion Andrew Harris leads Winnipeg with 148 rushing yards

Northern B.C. family remembers murdered Indigenous woman with memorial walk

Still no closure for Ramona Wilson’s family 25 years later

B.C. university to offer mentorship program for former youth in care

Students using the provincial tuition waiver program will soon be able to form a community at KPU

Cyclists competing in one of the toughest bike races on the planet pass through Fernie

Divide riders looking strong as they finish first leg of 4160 km race

You might not know these B.C. records are public

Hired a lawyer to file a civil claim? Those are published online

B.C. bus driver loses case to get job back after texting while driving full bus

An arbitator ruled that Tim Wesman’s phone usage was a “a reckless disregard for public safety”

B.C. Interior First Nation family ‘heartbroken’ over loss of young mom

RCMP have released no new information since the June 8, 2019 homicide

Most Read