Over the past 24 hours these are some of the events Terrace RCMP responded to:Downtown Terrace
- a person had $150 go missing from their wallet when they set it down to try on some clothing in a business
- police attended to a public verbal argument between two sisters and a mother on the 4700 block of Lazelle Ave. They moved indoors.
- complaint received of male passed out on Lakelse Ave and Sparks St
- threats made against a person
- female was arrested for public intoxication on Lakelse Ave near the old bridge
- a male and female were arrested for public intoxication on Greig Ave. Due to their wet condition, ambulance took them to the hospital as a preventative measure against hypothermiaElsewhere in Terrace
- domestic dispute on Braun St. A male was arrested and charges will be forwarded
- police assisted the hospital with an irrational youth patient
- fight between two males on Little Ave. Three intoxicated people were seperated.
- theft of a WII gaming system from a home on Kalum St
- a silver Nissan pickup was observed to crash into a tree on Eby St, then drive off on Halliwell
- complaint received of a taxi cab almost hitting a pedestrian in a parking lot on Pear St.
- a red Toyota pickup was observed to drive down the grassy hill at the arena and enter traffic unsafely
- suspicious male on Thomas St and Halliwell
- A male was arrested for public intoxication at Mills Memorial Hospital.
- police attended to a disturbance on Scott Ave. A male had assaulted another male, causing a minor injury. When a police officer approached the male, he slammed a door on him, and then threw a beer can at the police officer. Police had to physically restrain the assailant before he hurt anyone. He was arrested for assault.Thornhill
- a female verbally threatened another female who owed her money on Queensway Dr
- complaint of a teenager refusing to go homeKitsumkalum, Kulspie, Gitaus
- no calls for serviceRural
- no calls for service
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