HERE ARE the incidents requiring the presecne of Terrace RCMP officers for the 24-hour period ending the morning of May 9.
– two shoplifters at Terrace Safeway, two separate incidents. Video footage was examined.
– police observed two men and a woman drinking alcohol in an alley behind Lakelse Ave. Police arrested a 42 yr old man for breaching conditions of not to be outside of a residence under the influence of alcohol, not to be in the presence of the woman, and not to be in possession of alcohol. The man was also breaching a probation order by the contact with the woman. He was held for court.
– aggressive panhandler outside of the Safeway. Checks were done of area.
– A 14 yr old boy reported that he had located his stolen bike. Police attended to an address known to police to be involved in drug activity on Lakelse Ave and observed the bike locked up. The bike was unlocked by an occupant of the house, and the bike was returned to its owner.
– harassing phone calls with fraudulent intent. The caller requests personal information in return for a cash prize. Advice was given on the matter.
– police warned a 9 yr old boy about bringing a herbal drug to his school and giving it to his friends.
– yellow Tracker with a white back door possibly impaired. Registered owner was spoken with.
– familial dispute. A 12 yr old girl agreed to be transported to Mills Memorial Hospital by BC Ambulance.
– intoxicated woman walking on highway between Copper River and Gitaus. Checks were done of area.
– false 911 call on Haugland Ave
– abandoned 911 call on Pear St. Police attended. A woman had called 911 after getting into a verbal argument with her boyfriend, but he left so she hung up. She was warned not to hang up next time and update dispatch with the information.
– threats via texting. Police gave advice on the matter.
– a 22 yr old man reported that a man entered his residence on Kalum St, beat him up, and stole his Playstation, a white Norco bike, and some DVD’s. The man is described as Caucasian wearing a black hoody and a white baseball cap on sideways. He was with another man and two females, all who remained in a little black truck that was parked outside. The man was taken to Mills Memorial Hospital for stitches.
– domestic dispute. A man and woman were spoken with and warned to settle property disputes thru court.
– harassment complaint. Advice was given on the matter
– horses on road near Heritage Park. There were gone when police arrived.
– a camera on Facebook was reported to possibly be a stolen camera. Police spoke with the person who may have had the stolen camera. It wasn’t the stolen camera.
– possible impaired in a white Dodge pickup on Hwy 16. Police located the pickup in the ditch. Police called BC Ambulance to assist. The man was transported to Mills Memorial Hospital for a medical condition. He was not injured.
– a 13 yr old and a 14 yr old boys fighting on school grounds. The school has dealt with the matter.
– an orange Husqvarna power saw 55 may have fell off the back of a pickup on April 26. “TED” is inscribed in black felt on the handle.
– call for attendance on Oscar Rd. Police attended. Miscommunication over the phone. Police were not required.
– domestic dispute. Police spoke with a man and woman. No offence had occurred.
– man tired of people trespassing on his property on Kozier Rd. Police gave advice on the matter
– a mattress flew out of the back of a blue Ford pickup truck on Krumm Rd / Hwy 37.
– blue Pontiac Montana was checked on Queensway Dr. The 33 yr old driver was prohibited. The vehicle he was driving was towed. Charges are being forwarded to Crown Counsel.
– erratic driver in a light brown pick up truck on Kalum Lake Dr. Driver described as 30ish and male.
– a piece of wood flew into a vehicle on Hwy 37 causing damage. The driver thought it came from the truck she was following. The suspect truck was checked by a Kitimat member. That vehicle had suffered damage from the same piece of wood that was on the highway.
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.