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NEWS RELEASE · 3rd January 2012
Terrace RCMP
Rural
- a man used a counterfeit bill to purchase liquor at the Norther Motor Inn Liquor Store. The complainant stated that he was in the vehicle that police had pulled over, which was a green Subaru for failing to yield on Clark St. The driver was still in the vehicle, but the suspect involved in the counterfeit bill had fled. The suspect is also on conditions to abstain from alcohol. Still under investigation.

- a man was arrested for public intoxication at the Northern Motor Inn.

- suspicious occurrence. A man was dropped off, then the vehicle left. Checks were done of area.

- a vehicle was pulled over on Thornhill Frontage Rd. The driver was arrested for impaired operation of a motor vehicle and was transported to Terrace Detachment where he provided samples of breath that were in excess of three time the legal limit. Charges are being forwarded to Crown Counsel.

- a group of three suspicious men walking on Old Lakelse Lake Dr. Checks were done of area.

- domestic dispute. The man said the woman hit him. The woman said the man hit her. No injuries. They were separated for the night and the Ministry of Children and Families was notified.

- BC Ambulance request assistance on Kulspai Cr.

In Terrace
- police gave advice on a custody and a no contact condition issue

- a man and woman were arrested for public intoxication on Lakelse Ave

- BC Ambulance request police assistance at an address on Pear St. A very intoxicated woman was passed out and appeared to be beaten up. She was not cooperative with police.

- a vehicle parked in front of a driveway on Hall St. The registered owner was contacted and told to move it.

- a blue 2000 GMC Yukon was checked on Lakelse Ave. The driver and passenger were arrested for possession of marijuana.

- shots fired call on Park Ave. Checks were done of area.

- 17 yr old reported missing. Extensive patrols were made to locate him. He returned on his own in the morning.

- a woman reported that her exboyfriend was calling her drunk, and he is on conditions not to contact her. She believes that he is in her residence. She further advised that there should be nobody in her residence. Police attended to her residence and located an intoxicated man. He was not cooperative with police and was arrested for obstruction. His identity was learnt and he was not the ex boyfriend. He was arrested for being unlawfully in a dwelling house. The residence was searched. An unsecured rifle was seized. The ex boyfriend was not located.

- a woman was observed drinking a beer in public at the Skeena Liquor Store. She was arrested for public intoxication.

- a 14 yr old boy was reported missing.

- four calls received of a party on Little Ave. An intoxicated man was arrested for mischief.

- fight between a brother and sister on Walsh Ave. A man was arrested for breaching the peace. He was on conditions to abstain from the consumption of alcohol. Another man known to be on conditions to abstain from the consumption of alcohol was also arrested.

- BC Ambulance request assistance on Straume Ave.

- police did a curfew check at an address on Pear St. The man was not home as per his conditions. Charges are being forwarded to Crown Counsel.

- an intoxicated man in Denny’s refusing to leave. He left on his own accord.

- possible arson on Graham Ave. Police attended. The resident was having a fire in his wood stove.

- false alarm on Kalum St.

- false alarm on Graham Ave.

- report of McDonald’s being insecure. Police attended and found the outside door to be open, but the inner door to be locked.

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
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Comment by Dave on 4th January 2012
With so much of the RCMP's time spent as a result of alcohol some of the revenue the government gets from it should go to municipalities to help offset the costs of police services.