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NEWS RELEASE · 23rd March 2012
Terrace RCMP
Downtown Terrace:
-Police were requested to obtain a statement by Hazelton RCMP

- Police were advised that there was an intoxicated female walking down Lakelse Ave who was almost hit by a passing vehicle, the female was located and arrested for public intoxication

- Police assisted in an ongoing domestic disagreement

-Police were requested when a male passed out from intoxication in the bathroom of a business

-A man was observed by police to be staggering in the streets, when police stopped to speak with him he was heavily intoxicated and the male was arrested for such

- A group of males were fighting and the instigator was arrested for assault

-Police observed a man staggering drunk down town Terrace, the man was severely intoxicated and was subsequently arrested

-An abandoned 911, police were later able to speak with the phone’s owner

- Two males were being harassed by a third male, police attended but no one was located

Elsewhere in Terrace:
- Several noisy party complaints were reported throughout bth the early and late hours

- A woman went to the liquor store to and did not return. Upon follow up with the complainant the missing woman had returned later in the day

- A male was passed out in the hallway of an apartment building, the male was found to be intoxicated and was subsequently arrested

- A fight broke out in front of the Scotia Bank, there were no injuries and the fight appeared to be consensual in nature

- An argument broke out at a residence and police were called to intervene. The subject of complaint had left the scene before police attended and could not be located

- An intoxicated male was observed walking into the street by police, the male was spoken to and arrested for public intoxication

-A woman was reported to be high on drugs and screaming by the Aquatic Center, police made patrols for the woman, but could not locate her

-Police observed a male passed out in front of a business, the male was arrested for public intoxication

- Chances Casino called police to advise that a male had been refused service due to a high level of intoxication, the male drove away, police later found the male at another drinking establishment

- A business called to report that there was a male passed out in front of their business, police arrested the man for public intoxication

-An erratic driver was observed by a person, police were requested to speak to the driver

- Police attended a residence as a result of a false 911

-Police broke up a bush party, before it could start

-Police attended a business where a male was in the process of passing out from alcohol, police spoke with the male who was intoxicated and arrested him for such

-Police responded to a hit and run

Kitsukalum, Gitaus, Kitselas:
- Police were called about the theft of a dog, the dog was returned before police attended
Copy and Paste
Comment by MaggieJo Johnson on 24th March 2012
(In a bit of a sarcastic note) - In efforts to save RCMP resources, perhaps just copy and paste for future articles. It's all the same stuff, anyway - drunks, drunks and more drunks.