November 23, 2017

No charges against Terrace RCMP officer

A Terrace RCMP officer accused of using excessive force against a first nations man last spring will not be prosecuted. The Criminal Justice branch has determined no charges will be laid against the officer who arrested William Watts on May 15th,  after he called 9-1-1 to report an intoxicated family member was coming to his house. Lawyers for … [Read more...]

11/01/2012 – Richmond Centre Dining Terrace Launch Event

The new $ 30 million renovation to the Dining Terrace at Richmond Centre will officially launch on November 1, 2012. A Chinese lion dance of prosperity will help kick off the festivities at 11 a.m. and the Dining Terrace will open at 12 p.m. There will be prizes, and lots of fun for all. Custom Feed - Vancouver Events Calendar … [Read more...]

Major drugs and weapons bust in Terrace

A major drug bust in Terrace has seen one man arrested, more people facing charges, and more than 100 weapons seized by the RCMP. Police have confirmed the bust involved an organized crime outfit with ties to the Okanagan. Along with 110 long guns, three marijuana grow ops were found. Other drugs seized include cocaine, ecstacy, hashish, and magic … [Read more...]

Terrace Mountie escapes jail time

A Terrace Mountie will spend no time in jail after punching a drunk woman almost two years ago.Constable Robert Hull pleaded guilty to assault last spring.A woman had been arrested outside a local nightclub back in October 2010 and was taken back to the police station.Police say Hull had been trying to calm her down in a cell block when she kicked … [Read more...]

Terrace RCMP hunt for missing explosives

Terrace RCMP are on the lookout for two boxes of high powered explosives which fell off a freight truck on West Kalum service road near the city.  RCMP Constable Lesley Smith explains the risks.  "These explosives also known as Power Pro are extremely dangerous if not used in the proper manner, and stored properly or handled properly. So … [Read more...]

Search crews reach helicopter wreckage west of Terrace

After being hampered by harsh weather and avalanche risk, authorities have finally reached wreckage of a helicopter crash west of Terrace. The A Star 350 machine carrying three people on a training mission went down yesterday morning. Mounties, the coroner, and federal transportation officials are now working to recover the victims' remains before … [Read more...]

BREAKING: Helicopter crashes near Terrace

Search and rescue crews and the RCMP are responding to a helicopter crash, west of Terrace. It happened around 20-kilometres west of Terrace, on the slope of Sleeping Beauty mountain at around nine this morning. Details are slim, but three people were on board -- their current condition is not known. The chopper belonged to Bailey Helicopters, … [Read more...]

Terrace Mountie plans to plead guilty to assault

A Terrace Mountie -- accused of assault while on duty back in 2010 -- has decided not to go to ahead with a trial. Constable Robert Hull was charged last year in connection to an October 2010 incident, when he allegedly punched a drunk woman after she had been arrested outside a local night club. At the time, he pleaded not guilty. But CKNW has … [Read more...]

Terrace man facing stun-gun related charges

A 28-year-old man from Terrace is facing charges after border agents seized a parcel containing 21 stun guns.RCMP say border officials were sorting through international mail last month in Vancouver when they came across a package from Hong Kong destined for Terrace. "It was marked 'electrical toys,' and as a result of their search, it turned out … [Read more...]