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NEWS RELEASE · 29th March 2012
Terrace RCMP
Downtown Terrace
- false business alarm on Lakelse Ave

- erratic driver on Lakelse Ave

Elsewhere Terrace
- noise complaint on Goulet Ave. The party was moved indoors.

- false 911 call from Mills Memorial Hospital

- a man causing a disturbance at the Terrace and District Community Services Society. Police spoke with the man and he left.

- intoxicated person on Davis Ave. Police located the man at the soup kitchen. It was determined that he was not intoxicated enough to arrest. He was going home.

- police assisted Ministry of Children and Families with a well being check of a child

- drug activity reported

- investigation into a breach of conditions, no contact

- a 5 yr old child was chased by another child of similar age on the playground with a crib rail. Police gave advice on the matter.

- an intoxicated woman called police. Police attended and located three intoxicated uncooperative people. The woman wanted a man to leave. He was already leaving to find alternate lodgings for the night.

- report of a person calling for help and another person commanding a dog to get him. Police attended and located a man with a dog. Nothing was out of the ordinary. The man was told to keep the dog inside.

- man too intoxicated to stay at the Men’s Shelter on Hall St. BC Ambulance transported the man to Mills Memorial Hospital for assessment.

- domestic dispute on Pear St. A man and woman were arrested for public intoxication.

- two intoxicated men causing a disturbance at Northwest Community College. A 42 yr old intoxicated man was arrested for breach of peace.

- BC Ambulance requested police assistance with a woman on Park Ave. BC Ambulance transported the woman to Mills Memorial Hospital.

- suspicious person on Thomas St. Repeat occurrence.

- possible theft under investigation

- familial dispute. Police gave advice on the matter.

- a white Pontiac car speeding on River Dr

- possible gun shots on River Dr. Checks were done of area.

- speeders on Old Lakelse Lake Dr

- unknown person in a residence. A 32 yr old intoxicated woman was arrested for public intoxication on Queensway Dr.

- a woman asking for police assistance in obtaining belongings from her ex’s residence. Advice was given on the matter. Not a police matter.

- erratic driver

- single vehicle roll over. Semi pulling a trailer loaded with logs rolled over at the CN crossing on Hwy 16 West of Terrace. The 43 yr old man driving the semi was transported by BC Ambulance to Mills Memorial Hospital for treatment of minor injuries.

- a person failed to signal during a lane change on Hwy 16 West

- a group of people were unwanted in a residence. They left on their own accord.

- a 5 yr old is being bullied by another child of similar age. Police gave advice on the matter.

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. Or a Tip can be left anonymously online at
But I didn't know what to do!
Comment by MaggieJo Johnson on 30th March 2012
You mean to tell me that someone called the RCMP to deal with a 5 yr old chasing another 5 yr old with a crib rail?!

The RCMP are extremely busy dealing with drunks in this town...and now they're called out to deal with childhood squabbles in the lack of parental capability to handle the situation themselves; hence calling the RCMP to "scare" the 5 yr old offender into not doing that again?! Wow.

Okay, parents. Do your job as parents and raise your children yourselves. It's your duty. You know...something you should be happy to do since you embraced the ideation of being a parent in the first place?

And a parent doesn't have to punish a child corporally; nor spend 30-40 minutes very delicately "explaining" to the child what he/she did was wrong. The quicker the severe verbal reprimand the better; followed by most immediate, appropriate punishment based on the child's age. No looking back or caving in, and no RCMP required. Done.