March 13, 2014 24 hour news release

The Terrace RCMP responded to approximately 12 calls for service from March 12, 8 AM till March 13, 8 AM.  During the same time period there were two people lodged in Terrace Cells, none for public intoxication.

 

Downtown Terrace

  • Police observed the 24 yr old driver of a black 2006 Chevrolet truck smoking what appeared to be a marihuana joint.  The truck was pulled over in the Skeena Mall Parking lot.  Investigation resulted in the seizure of an amount of cocaine and marihuana.  Under investigation.
  • Group of people drinking alcohol on Spark St.  Checks were done of the area.  A man approached police to make an enquiry.  Checks determined that there was a warrant for his arrest out of New Hazelton. Police arrested the 44 yr old man and he is held for court.
  • Man was observed urinating on a building near Mr. Mike’s.  Police spoke with a man matching the description in the area.

 

Elsewhere Terrace

  • Loss Prevention Officer of Walmart arrested a 16 yr old boy for shoplifting.  Police spoke with the boy.  Under investigation.
  • Suicidal 22 yr old man.  He was transported to Mills Memorial Hospital for assessment.
  • False 911 call from a cell phone.  Checks were done of the area of Pear St and Graham Ave.
  • Traffic incident near Walmart
  • A red 2010 Dodge Caravan parked on Pear St was vandalized sometime during the night of March 11/12.  The rear wiper was pushed out of position.

 

Thornhill

  • Domestic dispute.  Uttering threats.  Under investigation.
  • False residential alarm on Hawthorne Ave.

 

Rural

  • Landlord/tenant dispute on Kilby Rd.
  • Pointing a firearm investigation.  The firearm was turned over to police.  It was fake.

 

Gitaus, Kitsumkalum, Kulspai

  • Nothing to report

 

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 www.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.