Terrace woman calls police to relay telepathic message

HERE ARE the incidents police attended to in the last 24 hours:

  • Mar. 28, 2012 10:00 a.m.

HERE ARE the incidents police attended to in the last 24 hours:

Downtown Terrace

– person reported missing. He was seen downtown Terrace.

– false business alarm on Emerson St.

– people causing a disturbance on Park Ave. Checks were done of the area.

– uttering threats investigation. Advice was given.

Elsewhere Terrace

– speeding white Honda on Munro St. Checks were done of the area.

– false alarm on Weber Ave.

– mischief to a blue Chevy Optra and a red Pontiac G5 parked on Tetrault St. sometime on Saturday night.

– break and enter to All Nations Centre on Sparks St. sometime during the night of March 22/23. A white

Fender electric guitar, a kitchen knife, and pop were stolen.

– false business alarm on Walsh Ave.

– suicidal woman. Police spoke with her. Unfounded.

– a 35-year-old man was arrested for breaching a condition of not to be outside of residence under the influence of alcohol. He was held for court.

– an intoxicated person called police because the man he was drinking with threatened to punch his TV. The

man had left prior to police attendance and his identity was unknown.

– false residential alarm on Hanson St. Cancelled prior to police attendance.

– a 31-year-old man and a 16-year-old girl passed out in a laundry room on Little Ave. apartments. The girl was arrested for public intoxication.

– an incident was reported that had already been dealt with the day before.

– Loss Prevention Officer of Walmart arrested a 19-year-old man for shoplifting. He is banned from the store for a year.

– neighborhood dispute involving threats made. Advice was given.

– two men harassing people for money outside of Copperside on Kalum St. They left on their own accord.

Checks were done of area.

– domestic dispute. Police spoke with the people. Unfounded.

– third party report of uttering threats. Parties involved were not co-operative. Police did checks of area.

– 56-year-old woman deceased on Straume Ave.

– accusations of theft made via Facebook. Advice was given.

– money went missing. Advice was given.

– uttering threats complaint under investigation.

– a man requested police assistance with obtaining belongings from an ex. Matters of property are not

resolved between the two. Police unable to assist.

– false residential alarm on Gordon Dr.

– suicidal man. Police located the man. Unfounded. He was escorted to a residence and placed into the care

of a sober person.

– 911 call. A woman claimed to have received a telepathic message that she needed to relay to police. Police assured the woman everything was OK.

– complaint of a 49-year-old man drinking with a 17-year-old girl. The girl was transported to her residence.

– an intoxicated 60-year-old woman refusing to leave a residence. She was arrested for breach of peace.


– break and enter to Allen’s Scrap Yard on Queensway Dr. A laptop and cheques were stolen. Under investigation.

– report of stolen unregistered firearms

– a backpack containing various items was found in the bush near Hagen St.

– an intoxicated person reported that the vehicle keys were taken away by the spouse. Not a police matter.

– a tent was stolen out of a backyard on Pine St.


– threatening text messages. Police determined it is going both ways as the result of a separation. Advice was given.

– suspicious vehicle on Dover Rd. Described as a grey Dodge crewcab with distinctive green lights in the grill, a different colored driver’s side wheel well, and different colored canopy.

– report of a grey Honda Civic driving erratically. The registered owner of the vehicle was spoken with.

– a person reported seeing a car in the Skeena River about 30 minutes East of town on Hwy 16. Police found what appears to be an old trailer.

– red Ford pickup truck speeding on Copper River Rd.

– a 2008 Ford F 350 was rear-ended while parked on Old Lakelse Lake Rd. and Hwy 16. Very minor damage.

– a group of people starting a bonfire on Thornhill Creek and Queensway Dr. They were dispersed by police.


– a cell phone went missing during a party.

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


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