Two boys bully a younger boy

HERE ARE the incidents that kept police busy during the last 24 hours:

  • Feb. 14, 2012 10:00 a.m.

HERE ARE the incidents that kept police busy during the last 24 hours:

Downtown Terrace

– police gave advice on a harassment issue

– two men panhandling outside of a local bank. They were located a short distance away and

warned. Both men were arrested four hours later for public intoxication.

– an intoxicated woman playing chicken with traffic on Lakelse Ave. Checks were done of the area.

– group of people yelling and screaming in the parking lot of Video Stop. Checks were done of the


– a man and woman in the crosswalk at Park Ave and Eby St were hit by a black Toyota Tacoma.

They both suffered minor injuries and were transported to Mills Memorial Hospital by BC Ambulance.

– a person was almost hit by a black 2002 Ford Taurus in a crosswalk on Kalum St / Lazelle Ave.

Elsewhere Terrace

– screaming and yelling from a residence on Scott Ave. A woman was upset. Ministry of Children

and Families were advised.

– a man was arrested for breach of probation by breaking the condition of not to consume alcohol.

Charges are being forwarded to Crown Counsel.

– two 12 yr old boys were bullying an 8 yr old boy on the playground of ET Kenney School. They

would not let him off the Merry Go Round, kept spinning him, and were spitting on him. Under


– verbal domestic dispute. Both parties were intoxicated. The man was arrested for breach of peace.

– group of people causing a disturbance on Little Ave. A woman was arrested for public intoxication.

– a suspicious man standing at the end of a driveway on Graham Ave. Police spoke with the man,

who was attempting to get a WIFI signal, and he apologized for scaring another person and left.


– a suicidal 45 yr old man. BC Ambulance attended and transported him to Mills Memorial Hospital.


– a Mcelhanney company truck lost control on black ice, hit the ditch, and rolled near Kitwanga on

Hwy 16. A nuclear Dense-Ometer was on board, causing a flurry of phone calls and concerns by

Emergency Response personnel. The highway was shut down briefly to ensure the safety of

everyone. Police made contact with the company and were advised that it was not hazardous

material. An employee attended and retrieved the item. The driver, a 43 yr old man, suffered minor

injuries and was taken to hospital by a passerby.


– two black dogs running loose scaring people. Police gave advice on the matter.


– a 3 yr old playing with a phone dialed a false 911

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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