Wrapped up car a unique way to say ‘Merry Christmas’

The Terrace RCMP responded to approximately 25 calls for service from December 17th, 8 AM till December 18th, 8 AM

The Terrace RCMP responded to approximately 25 calls for service from December 17th, 8 AM till December 18th, 8 AM. During the same time period there have been nine people lodged in Terrace Cells. Five of these people were lodged for public intoxication.

Downtown Terrace

Two men and a woman drinking alcohol outside of the Spirit Night Club. They left prior to police attendance. Checks were done of the area.

Police arrested a 15 yr old boy for shoplifting from the Dollarama. Numerous stolen items were found on his person. Charges are being forwarded to Crown Counsel.

Woman passed out in the Umbrella Park. Police found a 50 yr old man passed out in the park and arrested him for public intoxication.

A red 2000 Honda Civic was rummaged through by thieves while it was parked at the Terrace Movie Theatre. An IPhone was found hidden in the vehicle by using the Find My IPhone App.

Fight at McDonald’s. A familial dispute. The fight was consensual and advice was given on the matter.

Elsewhere Terrace

OnStar emergency activation of a 2008 GMC Sierra. Police attended to numerous locations. The registered owner was tracked down at the A&W. The emergency was false. The vehicle was being serviced that afternoon for OnStar issues.

Wellbeing check. A woman failed to make an appointment. Police located the 92 yr old woman who was fine.

Group of intoxicated people causing a disturbance on Kalum St. Police dispersed the group. One person refused to leave. Police arrested this 38 yr old woman for public intoxication.

Intoxicated man standing outside of the Terrace Inn Liquor Store. Police arrested a 27 yr old man. Checks determined that there was an outstanding warrant for his arrest out of Prince Rupert.

False business alarm on Keith Ave.

Fight on Haugland Ave. A man beat another man with a bottle causing injuries. Police arrested a 34 yr old man and he is held for court. The victim was transported to Mills Memorial Hospital.

A brown 2000 Toyota Corolla was wrapped up in toilet paper on Scott Ave, with a notation that said ‘Merry Christmas fishing buddy.’ Police gave advice on the matter.

Panic alarm at the Damp Shelter on Sparks St. Police arrested a 28 yr old man who was not letting the other patrons sleep. It was not an emergency.

A woman was followed by a newer red car occupied by two men and two women who yelled derogatory comments at her. The woman fled to a friend’s house. Checks were done of the area.

Domestic dispute. A 32 yr old intoxicated man refused to leave the residence. He was arrested.

Domestic assault. A 19 yr old woman was arrested for assault. Charges are being forwarded to Crown Counsel. A 24 yr old intoxicated man was also arrested.

A woman in the woods across from Tetrault St acting strangely. Police arrested an intoxicated 18 yr old woman and transported her to Mills Memorial Hospital.

Domestic dispute on Davis Ave. Police determined that it was intoxicated people talking loudly and had since moved indoors.

Fight at the Evergreen Inn. An intoxicated man punched his brother. Another family member was taking care of the situation.

Possible impaired driver in a red Chevrolet Cavalier. A woman was following the car and noted that it was not driving straight. She followed the car right into the parking lot of the RCMP. Police spoke with the driver of the car who pulled into the RCMP parking lot because she was being followed by the red car and it was making her nervous, causing the bad driving. Everyone was sober and sent on their way.


A woman reported a theft for a man. The woman was belligerent with police when attempting to gather more details. Police spoke with the man who stated it was not a police matter.

A 14 yr old girl walking for the school bus on Krumm Rd/Creek St was almost struck by a speeding smaller dark truck.

Fight at the Northern Motor Inn. The two men had moved on prior to police attendance.


Assist Prince Rupert RCMP with a single vehicle motor vehicle incident on Hwy 16.

Assist New Hazelton RCMP with a single vehicle motor vehicle incident on Hwy 16.

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, online at External link, opens in a new windowwww.terracecrimestoppers.ca or by texting TERRACE plus your message to 274637 (CRIMES). If your information leads to an arrest you may be eligible for a cash reward of up to $2000.





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