Wednesday, March 31, 2010

North Coast policing, fire and courts information

From the files of the Constabulary to the listings of the court house, we highlight the items from our archives that reflect some of the criminal activity in the community.

Tracking those items of our past Podunkian postings reflecting the cases of the local detachment of the RCMP fire calls of Prince Rupert Fire Rescue and the case load of the Justice system and the associated issues surrounding policing and the judiciary


April 7-- Charges laid in investigation into Lax Kw'alaams Academy book keeping 
March 29-- Local sherriff receives recognition for honourable long-time service
March 19-- RCMP seeking suspect in suspicious occurrence in Sloan Avenue area
March 16-- Crown to lay charges in the sinking of the Queen of the North
March 16-- First Nation Street gangs are spreading to rural areas targeting at risk youths
February 20-- Big dreams of the Big House in Terrace
February 17-- Calls continue for inquiry into the cases of the missing women of Highway 16 
January 23-- Sometimes a house party is just a house party, not a pivotal moment for social justice 
January 22-- Police Chase Leads to Suspect Nab
January 22-- Hugs or Handcuffs? The downtown vandalism debate continues on. 
January 19-- Going away celebration gets out of hand on Fifth Avenue
January 18-- 21 year old male arrested, charged and released in wake of Saturday night violence 
January 17-- East side house party turns ugly, leads to police vehicle damages and standoff
January 13-- RCMP Discount Rumours of "Youth Suicide Pact"


December 28-- Troubling concerns over safety for health care workers on Haida Gwaii
December 23-- Local Mountie to co-ordinate Northern security contingent for 2010 Olympic Games
December 15-- Prince Rupert prominent in Vancouver Sun series on the vanished women of Highway 16
December 13-- Vancouver Sun begins review of Highway of Tears files
December 9-- To take the streets back with Mayor Jack 
December 8-- City has a message for community parents
November 9-- RCMP make Terrace arrest of suspect in Kitimat stabbing death
November 6-- RCMP to meet with Highway of Tears families this weekend 
November 5-- Taking one's vote out against the Long Gun Registry 
November 2-- Nathan Cullen introduces RCMP civillian oversight bill to Parliament
October 19-- Court rules against psychological harm cases for some of the Queen of the North survivors
October 13-- Crime continues to be a concern in Prince Rupert with new stats released 
October 8-- Prince Rupert Woman could face murder charges 
September 29-- Terrace traffic stop results in major drug bust 
September 27-- RCMP involved in shooting north of Hazelton
September 3-- Missing person case now considered a case of foul play 
August 31-- Punnett sworn in as new local circuit judge
August 29-- Does a property just off the Highway of Tears hold answers for waiting families? 
August 21-- It's been gone a long time 
August 21-- Two charges have been laid, son has confessed 
August 10-- One man dead another seriously injured after dispute 
July 23-- Lead feet of the off duty law, gets Prince George officers in hot water...
July 21-- Saturday rafting accident claims life in Terrace 
July 13-- RCMP seek whereabouts of Houston man 
July 13-- Musical Ride leaves memories for the North coast as it moves on 
July 3-- Robin Gomez found Not Guilty in Victoria Hockey trial 
July 1-- Local Cops raise ten grand en route to Seattle 
June 25-- RCMP auxiliary force acknowledged and installed 
June 19-- Double the trouble for Robin Gomez 
June 18-- Downtown manslaughter case adjourned until July 13
June 17-- RCMP release information on Third Avenue slaying 
June 17-- Homicide in the downtown core 
June 16-- From the ice to the courtroom, Robin Gomez goes to trial 
June 15-- Search for Skeena fatality suspended
June 11-- Walk for Justice participants heading into the homestretch of their journey 
June 4-- Walkers for Justice seeking public inquiry into Highway of Tears disappearances
June 2-- Rupert constables honoured by North District 
June 1-- RCMP make arrests as ferry arrives on the Charlottes 
May 31-- A walk for justice begins at a most symbolic place 
April 2-- Make sure your best side is showing for that next traffic infraction
March 25-- Highway of Tears to be featured in German magazine 
March 23-- Lead feet leave city coffers flush with cash
March 13-- Get out of the courts and into your cars! 
March 12-- Rumblings of the need for a Provincial Police force in British Columbia
March 6-- Arrests made in Inlander blaze 
March 6-- And now come the excavators
March 4-- Inlander ablaze once again
February 21-- All your emergency services under four walls and one roof
February 19-- Former teacher sentenced to forty five days on sex charges
February 13-- The Inlander may yet rise again 
February 11-- The search begins for shelter for the Inlander's residents 
February 7-- Residents seek relocation while investigation continues into Inlander Fire 
February 6-- The road not to be travelled? 
February 6-- Wednesday's Inlander fire forces residents to relocate 
February 4-- Inlander suffers smoke, water damage in afternoon fire 
January 28-- Drugs intercepted en route to Lax Kw’alaams 
January 25-- Highway of Tears families receive update from RCMP 
January 24-- Justice will take the form of a circle 
January 22-- Early morning fire claims two lives in Terrace 
January 15-- Bar Crowd troubles continue
January 11-- Underpaid Mounties contemplate an exodus

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