Youth breaks curfew 11 times

HERE are some of the events requiring the presence of Terrace RCMP officers from 9 a.m Oct. 19 to 7 am Oct. 20.

  • Oct. 20, 2011 10:00 a.m.

HERE are some of the events requiring the presence of Terrace RCMP officers from 9 a.m Oct. 19 to 7 am Oct. 20.

Downtown Terrace

– the manager of Safeway caught a male attempting to steal an amount of groceries. Police attended and arrested the male for breach of conditions by being intoxicated and theft. The male was just released in the morning from court with conditions of not to consume alcohol outside of his residence. He will be held for court this morning again.

Elsewhere Terrace

– complaint of speeding driver in school zone of Munroe/Walsh. Company was spoken with about its driver’s actions.

– a goup of patients were using drugs outside of Seven Sisters Facility. Police attended and located the group. An amount of what police suspect to be marihuana was seized.

– Suliwaaks school reported that a small bag of what police suspect is cocaine was found by a parent in the school lobby. Still under investigation.

– domestic dispute on Scott Ave

– police attended a 911 call on Pear St. A male was arrested for breaching a no contact order. He is held for court in the morning.

– a male was arrested for public intoxication at the corner of Sparks St and Soucie Ave

– an 11 yr old male was reported as missing by his foster parent when he failed to show up for his curfew. This is the 11th time he has been reported missing when failing to show up for curfew since Oct. 1, 2011.

– bear in garbage on Kalum St. Bear was not located.

Thornhill

– vehicle check near the old bridge. The driver did not have a driver’s licence, no insurance, and was using a false plate. The vehicle he was driving was impounded. He was also issued a driving prohibition.

Kulspai

– sometime between 2 AM and 7 AM someone broke into a car parked on Kulspai Cr. Stolen were loose change.

Rural

– missing person. While police were gathering info person called back to say a mistake was made, person was at work entire time.

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.

 

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