The Terrace RCMP have responded to approximately 100 calls for service from Friday, June 1st, 8AM till Monday, June 4, 8AM. Nine of these calls were for false alarms/911. During the same time period, 13 people were lodged in Terrace cells. Seven were for public intoxication.
Here are some of the calls responded to.The lug nuts
of a driverís side tire were loosened on yet another vehicle. It is unsure where or when this occurred. It was discovered while parked at Walmart.Erratic driver in a white 1993 Ford Escort
on the Old Skeena Bridge headed into town. Police located the vehicle. The 45 yr old driver was late for a doctorís appointment and driving with a dog on her lap.A brown Ford pickup drove into a sign
at the A&W and then drove off. Police have observed video footage and have spoken with witnesses. Still under investigation.Motor vehicle incident on Kalum St / Greig Ave.
A Chevrolet Cobalt was stopped at Kalum St and pulled in front of a Pontiac Sunfire traveling west on Greig Ave. The Cobalt was struck on the driverís side fender. Both vehicles had to be towed. The 29 yr old driver and lone occupant of the Cobalt was taken by BC Ambulance to Mills Memorial Hospital for assessment.Fraud by mail.
A man was sent a cheque in the mail, and then asked to send two cheques to two separate people and locations in the US. The carrot was that he could pocket the difference of a about $700 if he did this. He sent the two cheques, and then discovered that the original cheque sent to him bounced. The cheques he sent out were good and of his own money, and now he is out thousands of dollars.A man and woman fighting on Loen Ave
and it appeared the man was kicking the woman. Police attended and located a man matching the description and arrested him for assault and breach of no consume alcohol condition. The parties involved stated that an assault did not occur. Charge of breach is being forwarded to Crown Counsel.A 34 yr old woman was physically assaulted
when she would not cooperate with sexual advances by a 51 yr old man. The man was arrested. Charges are being forwarded to Crown Counsel. 49 yr old man deceased
at a residence on Lazelle Ave. Investigation determined that foul play is not suspected.Group of youth were observed
by Carterís Jewelers and Remax. Upon approaching the group police could smell marihuana. A 13 yr old boy and his 14 yr old sister were driven home and handed over to their parent to be dealt with accordingly.Break and enter to a trailer on Hwy 16
belonging to Canadian Tire. Police arrested 4 men ages 23, 41, 25, and 37 yrs of age, and one woman 44 yrs of age. They were observed in a dark truck that was in the area of the break and enter. Under investigation.Possible impaired driver on Scott Ave
in a white car. A vehicle matching the description was pulled over. The 18 yr old driver was issued a 24 hour suspension for being impaired by alcohol. Investigation led to police apprehending her under the Mental Health Act and transporting her to Mills Memorial Hospital for assessment.A blue Ford Focus
was observed to have an N displayed and five occupants in the vehicle. Police pulled the vehicle over and detected the smell of marihuana. An amount of marihuana and drug paraphernalia was seized. The 18 yr old driver was issued violation tickets.A man reported that he was being followed
by an intoxicated man whom he did not know. Police located the 21 yr old man. He was missing a shoe and told police that the man he was following was his bros and wanted to go home with him to sleep. Police arrested him for public intoxication. He was on a conditional sentence order.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