– 59 yr old man was arrested for public intoxication on Lakelse Ave, after police observed him soliciting for money from a person in a motor vehicle
– a 15 yr old girl was reported missing. She was located a short time after.
– a 33 yr old man breached his probation by failing to report a change of address. A warrant is being sought for his arrest.
– false business alarm on Earle St
– police assisted a man who thought nurses were trying to steal a cheque from him. Police explained to him that the cheque was fake, and that who ever sent the cheque was just looking for his personal information to steal money, and that the nurses were helping him.
– group of youth banging on the doors of the Terrace Public Library. The group was spoken with about their poor behavior.
– a 40 yr old man was riding a dirt bike on Keith Ave / Braun St. He was spoken with.
– false business alarm on Walsh Ave
– 13 yr old girl was reported in breach of conditions by being out past her curfew. Under investigation.
– a person reported that they purchased a phone on line, and that Telus had advised them that the phone was stolen
– 14 yr old girl stolen her mom’s cell phone.
– a child was left in a car seat with the vehicle running alone at the Tillicum Twin Theater
– report of a man driving without a driver’s licence.
– 16 yr old boy became upset with parent’s refusal to give him money. Wrecking things in the family home, on a rampage.
– person refusing to leave a residence when asked to do so
– uttering threats complaint. Under investigation.
– false business alarm on Hwy 16 East
– drug activity reported
– false business alarm on River Dr
– vehicle parked in the way of another vehicle
– a baby not in a car seat in a newer red Chev Cavalier on Hwy 16.
– report of a possible impaired on Marion Ave / Old Lakelse Lake Dr in a newer black Ford pickup
– speeding vehicle.
– false 911 call
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.