Youth get into fight at George Little Park

These are some of the events Terrace RCMP responded to between

October 11th & October 12th, 2011

Downtown Terrace:

- report from a downtown business of a counterfeit $5 bill

- a vehicle was located after a report of two men drinking & driving. A roadside screening test confirmed the driver was sober.

  • Oct. 12, 2011 1:00 p.m.

These are some of the events Terrace RCMP responded to between

October 11th & October 12th, 2011

Downtown Terrace:

– report from a downtown business of a counterfeit $5 bill

– a vehicle was located after a report of two men drinking & driving. A roadside screening test confirmed the driver was sober.

– police attended to a report of youth fighting at George Little Park. One youth was taken into custody then handed over to Family and Children Services while the other youth was handed over to his grandmother at the scene.

– false business alarm

– injured woman taken to hospital

– report of a suspicious intoxicated male in the lobby of a downtown hotel, subject was gone upon police arrival

Elsewhere in Terrace:

– a women reported either losing or having her medication stolen

– report of a women in Terrace contrary to conditions of an undertaking

– report of a women assaulted by her sister while visiting their mother at Terraceview

Lodge.

– report of a theft of power tools from a garage on Lowrie Avenue

– a Haugland Avenue man reported items missing from his residence

– report of an erratic driver on Lakelse and old Bridge

– false alarm at a church on McConnell Avenue

– police attended to a report of an intoxicated male causing problems at his mother’s residence. The male fled prior to police arriving.

– false residential alarm

– false business alarm

– report of a bear eating garbage on McConnell Avenue, the bear then ran into the woods.

Kitsumkalum, Kulspai, Gitaus:

– a family dispute reported in the event it escalated into criminal behaviour

Anyone with information about a crime is asked to contact the Terrace RCMP at (250)638-7400 or anonymously through Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477), or a Tip can be left anonymously online at www.bccrimestoppers.com.