Youths break bottles at Christy Park

Here are the incidents requiring the presence of Terrace RCMP officers over last Friday and the weekend.

  • Oct. 17, 2011 12:00 p.m.

Here are the incidents requiring the presence of Terrace RCMP officers over last Friday and the weekend.

Downtown Terrace

– a female was found in possession of a bag of stolen chocolate and pepperoni sticks from

Copperside II.

– aggressive client at a local business.

– male was arrested for public intoxication at the Bear Country Inn.

– 16 yr old female was arrested for public intoxication on Kalum St.

– a 16 yr old and two 15 yr old males were arrested for spray painting on the corner of Eby St and

Lazelle Ave. They were turned over to their parents. Matter still under investigation.

– group of youth loitering at the Husky Gas Station.

– an employee at the Spirit Night Club was injured when he was beaten up by three persons.

– consensual fight between two males at the Spirit Night Club.

– a male was arrested in front of McDonald’s for breaching his undertaking by being intoxicated.

– an insecure business on Lakelse.

– male was assaulted on Lakelse. He was uncooperative with police.

– intoxicated male near the Best Western Inn.

– false 911.

– a black wallet with a blue flower on it was lost at McDonald’s

Elsewhere Terrace

– false residential alarm.

– erratic driver on Hwy 16 on Sande Overpass is being investigated.

– general assistance for an employee at the Terraceview Lodge.

– a 24 inch lime green Cliff Hanger bike was stolen from an address on Scott Ave during the night.

– erratic driver complaint, registered owner of the vehicle was spoken with.

– female was arrested at the skateboard park for public intoxication.

– a female claimed to have been sideswiped by another vehicle. The female’s identity was not learnt.

– male was arrested for public intoxication outside of K’san Emergency Shelter.

– a 13 yr old female was reported missing. She was located the next day.

– business false alarm.

– a fight between to male youths outside of the swimming pool.

– youths breaking bottles at Christy park.

– an intoxicated male threatened to get a gun and shoot a group of four males skateboarding at

Skeena Junior. Still under investigation.

– police did a curfew check at an address on Pear St. The male was found to be in breach of his


– verbal domestic dispute on Tetrault St. The intoxicated male was arrested.

– business false alarm on Hampton St.

– patient was reported missing from Mills Memorial Hospital. He returned on his own but was

aggressive. Police attended the hospital to assist.

– loud music from an address on Tuck Ave. An intoxicated male was given a ride home.

– domestic dispute at an address on Davis Ave. A male was arrested for assault. He was also in

breach of his conditions. He was held for a Justice of the Peace hearing.

– an employee of the Seven Sisters Facility was assaulted by a patient. There were no injuries.

– business false alarm on Keith Ave.

– an eleven year old female dialed a false 911 from a pay phone.

– uttering threats by texting.

– business false alarm on Walsh Ave.

– theft from an address on Scott Ave. There had been a party at this address during the night.

Taken were an Ipod touch, PS3 wand, and frozen meat.

– uttering threats via text. The victim is uncooperative with police.

– female was arrested for public intoxication at an address on Little Ave.

– group of youth on Legion Ave causing a disturbance.

– group of people causing a disturbance near Boston Pizza. A sign was thrown on the ground.

– mischief to an address on Park Ave.

– motor vehicle incident in the Walmart Parking Lot. Still under investigation.

– false business alarm on Eby St.

– false 911 call.

– fight on Park Ave.

– suspicious people near Heritage Park

– business false alarm on Park Ave.

– assault to an employee at the group home on Halliwell. A 14 yr old male was arrested.

– an 11 yr old male was reported missing from an address on DeJong Cr. by his foster parent when he

failed to show up for his curfew. He returned on his own later that night

– a suspicious vehicle was checked on Agar Ave.

– break and enter at Clarence Michiel Elementary. A 13 yr old male, a 13 yr old female, and an adult

male were arrested. The female and adult male were breaching conditions of no contact and curfew

Charges are being forwarded.


– female was arrested for public intoxication on Thornhill St.

– suspicious people outside of Mac’s.

– check of vehicle parked on Hwy 37 / Krumm Rd. Male was fine, he was hunting.

– compassionate request.

– police are investigating an assault that occurred at Copperside on Hwy 16 E

– suspicious occurrences on Old Lakelse Lake Dr.

– mischief to a vehicle on Clore Ave. The person responsible assisted with the clean up.

– possible shots fired on Crescent St. It was fireworks


– two suspicious youths trying door handles of the Administration Building. Police attended and found

two females, one 14 yrs old and the other 13 yr old, currently reported as missing.

Kulspai, Gitaus

nothing to report


– a cabin on First Ave. at Lakelse Lake was broken into sometime between Oct.10 and Oct.14. Stolen

were alcohol, laundry basket, red canoe, two propane tank, a red Kitchen Aid pot, and a

wheelbarrow. Another smaller cabin on the property was also broken into.

– On Oct 14 at 11:45 police were called to a motor vehicle accident on Old Lakelse Lake Drive at

Williams Creek bridge. The driver lost control of the vehicle navigating a curve. EHS attended. The

driver was not hurt. The vehicle was towed.

– loud party on Hepel Ave. An intoxicated male was arrested. Police attended a second time.

– On Oct 15 at midnight police were called to an alarm at the Lakelse Lake Firehall. Rocks were

thrown through the three bay windows in the garage door.

– during the night of Oct. 14/15 a picnic table was burnt at Lakelse Lake.

– female assaulted another female outside of Mr Mike’s.

– possible party with underage drinking across from Kitsumkalum Tempo. It was camper’s with a fire.

– a moose was hit with a vehicle on Hwy 37 near Gitsegukla. Damage to the vehicle was over $1000.

Patrols were made for the moose but it was not located.

– business false alarm 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. Or a Tip can be left anonymously

online at




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