Woman assaulted in nightclub washroom

Here is Terrace's RCMP report of events that took place this weekend, Feb. 10, 10 a.m. through Feb 13, 8 a.m.

  • Feb. 13, 2012 7:00 a.m.

Here is Terrace’s RCMP report of events that took place this weekend, Feb. 10 at 10 a.m. through Feb 13 at 8 a.m.

Downtown Terrace

– false cellular 911 call

– suicidal 44 yr old man. He was intoxicated and had a knife, but was compliant with police direction. He was arrested.

– two intoxicated women causing a disturbance on Lakelse Ave. Police observed them getting into a taxi and leave the area.

– a woman was assaulted in the washroom of the Spirit Night Club. BC Ambulance transported the woman to Mills Memorial Hospital for treatment of minor injuries. She was intoxicated. Under investigation.

– two overdue travelers, en route from Terrace to New Hazelton

– report of a woman at the Bear Country Inn complaining of no place to stay. Checks were done of area.

– man passed out at a table at the Tim Horton’s on Lakelse Ave was arrested for public intoxication

– Loss Prevention Officer of Save On Foods arrested a 51 yr old man for shoplifting. The man was recently released from jail on January 29 after serving a sentence related to thefts from grocery stores and assaulting store employees. He is on probation for same. The man was remanded for court on Feb. 14.

– Loss Prevention Officer of Save On Foods arrested an 18 yr old man for shoplifting. Police spoke with the man and he is banned from the store.

– a man and two women partying in a business 5th wheel on Greig Ave. The 5th wheel was not damaged. The man was arrested for public intoxication.

– police observed a parked blue 2003 Jeep Liberty missing both its front and rear plate. Under investigation.

– a delusional woman was assisted in attending to Mills Memorial Hospital for assessment.

– false business alarm on Lakelse Ave

– man passed out by the dumpster at Tim Horton’s on Lakelse Ave. He was arrested for public intoxication.

– man was removed from the lobby of the Best Western Inn, but was now loitering outside. He was arrested for public intoxication.

– false business alarm on Lazelle Ave

– leather bifold wallet was lost at the Spirit Night Club containing ID and various cards.

Elsewhere Terrace

– a trailer became unhitched from a truck on Hwy 16 in front of Terrace Toyota. It was towed. No damage.

– a black 2007 Chev Aveo drove into the back of a parked grey 2001 Toyota Tacoma in the Caledonia School

parking lot. The Aveo suffered minor damage to its front bumper. The driver was driving contrary to restrictions

– fight in the George Little Park between a 22 yr old woman and a 17 yr old girl. BC Ambulance attended for treatment of minor injuries. Fight was consensual.

– complaint of marihuana smell coming from a neighbor’s’s apartment on Little Ave. Police did checks of area.

– man arrested for public intoxication at the Terrace Arena

– man sleeping on the bus bench at Davis Ave and Sparks St. Checks were done of area.

– complaint of loud music from a neighbor’s’s apartment. A person was warned to keep the music down.


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