Stepmother records, encourages fight between two girls

Terrace RCMP responded to approximately 34 calls for service from December 9th, 8 a.m. till December 10th, 8 a.m.

  • Dec. 11, 2015 3:00 p.m.

Terrace RCMP responded to approximately 34 calls for service from December 9th, 8 a.m. till December 10th, 8 a.m.

During the same time period, four people were lodged in Terrace cells, all for intoxication.

Downtown Terrace

Information was received of a woman spotted with two men. Investigation determined that this was not possible.

Two calls of an intoxicated man on Lakelse Ave. Checks of the area were done.

Breach of a no contact condition and an assault. Checks of the area were done. Further details could not be obtained.

An intoxicated man urinating in public on Lakelse Ave. Checks of the area were done.

A girl passed out in the ATM lobby of the Royal Bank. Police arrested an intoxicated adult woman.

A group of people drinking on Lakelse Ave. Checks of the area were done.

Two intoxicated woman fighting on Emerson St. Police arrested an adult woman suffering from minor injuries. The fight was determined to be consensual.

An intoxicated man refusing to leave a residence. He left prior to police attendance. Checks of the area were done.

Two men passed out in the ATM lobby of the Bank of Montreal. Police spoke with the two men and escorted them out.

Elsewhere Terrace

A warrant was issued for a 53-year-old man for failing to report to probation.

A bike that was locked to a tree in behind Boston Pizza was stolen on December 8 between noon and 2 p.m. The bike is described as a white 10 speed mountain bike.

A fight heard on Pear St./Haugland Ave. Checks of the area were done.

A yellow 7 ft. by 4 ft. sign was stolen from the front of a restaurant on Lakelse Ave. sometime during the night of December 8/9.

A warrant was issued for a 48-year-old woman for failing to attend court.

A man causing a disturbance at the library. He left prior to police attendance.

A woman sleeping in the washroom of the library. Police arrested an intoxicated adult woman.

A fight between two girls. The stepmother of one of the girls recorded the fight and could be heard encouraging the fight to continue. Police spoke with numerous people and the school.

False business alarm on Eby St.

A party in a school field on Haugland Ave. Police spoke with some people and directed them to clean up numerous beer cans. An adult man was transported to Mills Memorial Hospital due to his level of intoxication. He was belligerent and refused to cooperate at the hospital so was arrested.

Intoxicated man being unruly at the Hall St. shelter. Checks of the area were done.

A gathering in George Little Park. No police concerns.

Intoxicated man passed out at a computer terminal in the Library. Police spoke with the man and escorted him out of the building.

Two intoxicated men walking over the bridge on Hwy 16. Some alcohol was dumped and the men were transported to alternate locations.

A dog on the loose near Sparks St./Park Ave. Checks of the area were done.

A bang was heard and a shadow was seen on Kerby St. Checks of the area were done.

Noise complaint. Police spoke with a person.

Assist Kitimat RCMP with the execution of a warrant on a man already in police custody.

Assist external agency with two investigations.

A road check was conducted.

Gitaus

Breach investigation.

Thornhill

Separation issues. Police spoke with a person and advice was given.

Police observed a green Pontiac Grand Am in the ditch on Clark St. near Paquette Ave. The driver was still seated in the driver’s seat. She provided a sample of breath into a roadside screening device that resulted in a fail. She was served an Immediate Roadside Prohibition and the vehicle she was driving was impounded.

A Dodge Ram parked on the side of the road on Churchill Dr. Police observed the vehicle. No issues noted.

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 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 $2,000.

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