Woman passes out while standing up in Terrace, B.C.

Terrace RCMP responded to approximately 42 calls for service from March 21-22.

  • Mar. 22, 2017 2:00 p.m.

Terrace RCMP responded to approximately 42 calls for service from March 21-22.

Here are some of the calls:

A man reported being harassed by someone downtown. He wanted the incident documented.

Police were requested to stand by and keep the peace in Gitaus.

A man reported being punched in the face. He refused to provide details to police.

A phone fraud using the guise of an RCMP association was reported. Police confirmed the solicitation was a scam and provided contact information for a fraud centre.

Police attended a false alarm on Lazelle Avenue.

A woman reported a man tried to lure a youth to Terrace via social media. Under investigation.

Trespassing was reported on a property in Old Remo. Under investigation.

A validation tag was lost.

A wallet was reported stolen. Police spoke with the accused. Unsubstantiated.

Police responded to an alarm on Eby Street and determined it to be false.

Ongoing harassment was reported. Under investigation.

A lost validation tag and license plate were reported.

Police attended a domestic dispute which was verbal in nature. Parties were separated.

A woman was passed out in the washroom of a business on Lakelse Avenue. She was woken up and left prior to police attendance. Officers located the woman, who was able to care for herself.

A woman reported someone knocking aggressively on her doors and windows. Police attended and spoke to the involved parties, who were known to each other. A resolution was reached.

A man reported receiving harassing phone calls. Police contacted the caller, who agreed to stop phoning.

A domestic assault was reported. Under investigation.

A chainsaw was found and turned into police.

An abandoned 911 call was received. Police attended the residence and confirmed the call to be accidental.

A validation tag was lost.

A check well-being on a woman was requested.

A lost vehicle decal was reported.

A man was passed out in a parking lot near Kalum Street. The man refused medical treatment. He was arrested for Cause a Disturbance and lodged into Terrace cells to sober up safely.

Police were called to help locate a committed patient who left Mills Memorial Hospital.

An intoxicated woman on Eby Street was arrested for Cause a Disturbance and lodged in Terrace RCMP cells to sober up safely.

An intoxicated man was trying to get into a locked building on Kalum Street. Police located and arrested the man for Cause a Disturbance. He was lodged in cells to sober up safely, after calls were made to his family to see if they would pick him up and take him home.

Police assisted another police detachment with a next of kin notification.

A woman was reported to be passed out while standing up in front of a business on Lakelse Avenue. Police attended. A sober party known to the woman assumed care of her.

A sexual assault was reported. Police arrested a man.

A woman was reported to be sleeping in the washroom of a business on Lakelse Avenue. Police attended and spoke to the woman, who was taken to the hospital.

An erratic driver was reported on Hwy 16 near Mount Layton Hot Springs.

A group was reported to be drinking alcohol at Lakelse Avenue and Emerson Street. Police attended and the group dispersed.

Police attended an alarm on Lakelse Avenue. The alarm was deemed false.

Police were requested to assist another agency.

A woman called police out of frustration with a family member. No offence occurred.

An alarm was received on Munroe Avenue. Police attended.

A noise complaint was received for an address on Pine Avenue in Thornhill. Police attended and spoke with the residents.

An intoxicated man was sleeping outside an address on Sparks Street. Police attended and arrested the man for Cause a Disturbance. He was lodged in cells to sober up safely.

Police attempted to stop an ATV with two helmetless riders. The vehicle refused to stop.

An intoxicated man was banging on doors on Haugland Avenue. Police attended and arrested the man for mischief. He was lodged in cells, to be released when sober.

Unwanted people were reported sleeping in a business on Lakelse Avenue.

If you have information about crime contact the Terrace RCMP at 250-638-7400 or anonymously through Crime Stoppers by telephone at 1-800-222-TIPS, online at www.terracecrimestoppers.ca or by texting keyword TERRACE followed by your message to 274637 (CRIMES).

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