The Terrace RCMP responded to approximately 38 calls for service from May 14th, 8 AM till May 15th, 8 AM. During the same time period there have been sixteen people lodged in Terrace Cells. Eleven of these people were lodged for intoxication.
- Group drinking alcohol in Brolly Square. Checks were done of the area.
- An intoxicated man assaulted another man in the face with a chain. Police arrested the 51 yr old man at the soup kitchen on Sparks St for assault. Charges are being forwarded to Crown Counsel.
- A woman assaulted a man on Lakelse Ave. Unsubstantiated.
- Police observed an intoxicated man walking on Lakelse Ave and arrested him. Police requested the assistance of BC Ambulance at the detachment shortly after. He was transported to Mill Memorial Hospital for assessment.
- Man lying in the middle of the road on Clinton St. Checks were done of the area.
- Police observed a group sitting in Brolly Square. Upon speaking with the group a man was observed to be heavily intoxicated. The 57 yr old man was arrested.
- Suspicious woman walking on Lakelse Ave. Checks were done of the area.
- Woman passed out in Safeway. Police arrested a 51 yr old woman.
- Three intoxicated men passed out in the ATM area of a bank on Lakelse Ave. Police arrested two men ages 28 and 43 years.
- Police observed a man stumbling around Brolly Square. The 41 yr old man was arrested.
- Police observed a man having difficulty standing on Lakelse Ave. The 41 yr old intoxicated man was arrested.
- Intoxicated man passed out at Emerson St/Lakelse Ave. Police arrested a 41 yr old man and transported him to Mills Memorial Hospital for assessment. He was then transported to cells.
- Two intoxicated men on Lakelse Ave. Checks were done of the area.
- An upset employee whose employment was terminated at a business on Keith Ave returned the next day and assaulted an employer. Under investigation.
- Warrant was issued for 33 yr old man and an 18 yr old man for failing to attend court.
- False business alarm on Earle St.
- Sexual assault investigation.
- Noise complaint on Scott Ave. Checks were done of the area. A second call was received. Police spoke with the home owner. Police were called back third time and further action was taken.
- Noise complaint in the trailer park on Kalum St. Police spoke with the tenant.
- Domestic assault. An intoxicated 58 yr old man was arrested. No injuries.
- Harassment complaint. Police spoke with the people involved.
- Police observed a man passed out in the George Little Park. The 41 yr old man was arrested.
- An intoxicated woman stumbling into traffic near the Old Bridge. Checks were done of the area.
- Wellbeing check of a 31 yr old man who uttered suicidal thoughts on Facebook. Under investigation.
- Domestic disturbance. Police spoke with the people involved. Unfounded. The man was upset with his dog which had bit him.
- Suspicious man lurking in a trailer court on Kofoed Dr. Police spoke with an intoxicated woman and checks were done of the area.
- False business alarm on Old Lakelse Ave.
- Noise complaint on Walker St. Police are following up with other accusations.
- Intoxicated man bothering people near the Northern Motor Inn. Checks were done of the area.
- Kalum Cabs transported a passed out man to the detachment. Police arrested the 49 yr old man.
- Harassment complaint. Police involvement was not wanted.
- Theft of truck. Police spoke with a woman. It is a civil matter.
- Terrace Fire Department requested police assistance with a fire under the Kalum Bridge. It appears there was a little party and garbage was left behind. Everyone had left prior to police attendance.
- Domestic dispute. Unfounded. It was intoxicated people celebrating the Montreal Canadian’s win.
- 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.