Teens found sleeping outside

OVER the past 24 hours, these are some of the incidents requiring the involvement of the Terrace RCMP.

  • Sep. 21, 2011 2:00 p.m.

OVER the past 24 hours, these are some of the incidents requiring the involvement of the Terrace RCMP.

Downtown Terrace

– complaint received of an abduction of a mother by her two daughters. Police attended and spoke with the intoxicated complainant. The mother and her two daughters were located and no person was under duress.

– male was arrested for public intoxication

– noise complaint on Lazelle Ave

Elsewhere in Terrace

– police found a place for a 14 yr old female and a 15 yr old female to stay when reports were received that they were sleeping outside of an apartment building

– intoxicated female left the hospital

– a male refused to relinquish a licence plate to his ex girlfriend. Police obtained the plate for her

– assault at the Seven Sisters

– police assisted a distraught male

– theft from blue 2005 Subaru Forrester parked on Agar Ave. Taken were two cans of Canadian Tire Premium house paint

– false 911

– police assisted Muks-Kum-OL housing with a tenant behaving badly

– theft from an unlocked white 2006 Pontiac Grand Prix parked on Haugland Ave. Taken were a yellow pair of sunglasses, and camouflage pair of sunglasses, metal frame glasses, and a black emergency flashlight

– male youth left hospital without receiving treatment for injuries received during a fight. Investigation revealed no cause for concern at this time

– male was arrested for public intoxication

– male youth was reported missing

– police dispersed a group of youth making noise

– fight at the Copperside III, parties involved were over it

– a noisy party on Scott Ave was shut down

Thornhill

– a male returned on his own after he was reported missing

– police investigated a complaint of youth riding bikes on Thornhill St

– business false alarm

Rural

– police assisted a mother with an unruly daughter

– an injured bear cub was put down on Hwy 16 West

– a wallet was reunited with its owner

 

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