HERE ARE the incidents requiring the presence of RCMP officers from 8 am Dec. 7 to 8 am Dec. 8.
– well being check of a man on Park Ave. He was given a ride by police to the hospital.
– a man reported that he was assaulted. It was unfounded. He was arrested for public intoxication.
– an 18 yr old man shoplifted from Save On Foods.
– municipal bus service reported that they had to refuse service to a man because of his level of intoxication. Police did checks of the area and did not locate the man.
– police provided advice to a woman who was frustrated with the lifestyle and partner of her daughter
– wallet containing ID and other cards was lost on Walsh Ave
– police gave advice to a tenant with landlord issues on Haugland Ave.
– motor vehicle incident on Thomas St. A man was driving a brown 1993 Toyota Camry in a distracted manner and “rolled” into another vehicle. No damage.
– Loss Prevention Officer of Walmart arrested two men for shoplifting. Police attended. One man was held for court for today. Charges on both men are being forwarded to Crown Counsel.
– verbal domestic dispute on Pear St. A woman and her children went to a different location for the night.
– fight on Gair Ave.
– a 14 yr old girl was reported missing. She was later located.
– sexual assault investigation
– break and enter to J & F Distributors at 12:40 AM on Dec. 8. A man was arrested. Under investigation.
-police assisted parents with an 11 yr old boy on King Ave.
– a black 2002 Honda Civic, BC Licence Plate # 612XKT, is reported as stolen from a residence on River Dr. between 6 PM and 8:30 PM on Dec. 7.
– a cheque was stolen from the mail and a signature forged so the cheque could be cashed. Under investigation.
– uttering threats and refusing to leave complaint from a residence on Matson Rd. Police attended. A woman was given a ride back to town.
– domestic situation on Merkley Rd. A woman was given advice and a man was spoken with.
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.