Terrace RCMP attended to approximately 95 calls from May 4, 8 AM till May 7, 8 AM. During the same time period, there have been 21 people lodged in the Terrace Cells. 16 of these were for public intoxication.Here are some of the calls.Chances Casino reported
that an intoxicated man was defecating outside in the parking lot and refusing to leave. Police located and arrested the 63 yr old man. He was inside of a truck that did not belong to him.Man missing from Mills
Memorial Hospital. Police located the 41 yr old man and apprehended him under the Mental Health Act and returned him to the hospital.A group of youth
causing a disturbance in the school ground of Clarence Michiel. Police arrested a 13 yr old girl, a 16 yr old girl, and a 21 yr old woman for public intoxication.A white 2008 Chevrolet
Suburban struck and killed a moose on Hwy 16 near Extew River. The vehicle suffered extensive damage and was towed. The driver was the lone occupant and was uninjured.During a routine bar walk
, police observed an intoxicated woman attempting to get into the Spirits Night Club. Police denied her access due to her level of intoxication, and arrested the 19 yr old woman for public intoxication. Youth setting off firecrackers
in mailboxes and other forms of vandalism on Cypress St. On going problem.Report of a man and woman fighting
on River Dr. Police attended and did not locate a man and woman fighting, but did find a suspicious white Pontiac Grand Am.
Inside of this vehicle were a man and woman. A cell phone was found on the man. He was on conditions to not possess cell phones stemming from drug related charges. He was also in possession of prescription medication that did not belong to him, drug paraphernalia, and a large amount of money. Police arrested the 41 yr old man for breaching his conditions. Charges are being forwarded to Crown Counsel.The Terrace Inn Liquor Store
had its window smashed out during the night of May 5. A bottle of wine was stolen thru the broken window.A 35 yr old man
who is on conditions to not be in Safeway was in breach of those conditions. Police are forwarded charges of breach to Crown Counsel.A 12 yr old girl was egging
her home with help from a 14 yr old friend. Police attended and observed them egging the home. Both were arrested for mischief. She was later released back to her parent. A green bike
with an aluminum basket on the back, described as retro, was stolen from the front yard of a residence on Park Ave. A man with a bat threatening
to hit a person and smashing things in a residence on Mountainview.
The man was located in a shed on the property and arrested for assault with a weapon, uttering threats, and mischief. He was released on a Promise to Appear with conditions to not attend the residence. Shortly after, he reattended to the residence and threatened to burn it down and slashed the tires of two vehicles. Police attended. The man fled and police were unable to locate him.
The next day the man made more threats by phone. While police were talking with the woman about the threats made the man broke into the residence. Police attended, and again the man fled. A short time later police received information that the man may be in a residence on Crescentview. He was located and arrested without incident.
Police have forwarded charges of assault with a weapon, uttering threats x 3, possession of a weapon, mischief x 2, and breach of undertaking x 4. The 26 yr old man was held for court for May 7.A dance at the Terrace Arena
needed police attendance to be shut down due to over service and very intoxicated people.Police observed a blue Honda Accord
parked in the drive thru of Kentucky Fried Chicken, but it was not open. Upon closer inspection, the driver was observed to be passed out with his foot on the brake.
Police arrested the 24 yr old man for impaired driving. He refused to provide a breath sample and fought with police. The vehicle was towed. Charges are being forwarded to Crown Counsel. 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