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September 27, 2016
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Weekly Incidents - 109
A Frenzy Shimano EQ mountain bike was turned in to police. The owner can attend and identity and claim the bike at the police station.
Police received a traffic complaint about vehicles failing to stop for school buses. The area of Goderich Street and Ivings Drive has been identified as a problem area. Police will be monitoring the problem. The fine for a first offence is $490 and six demerit points.
5:20 p.m. Police attended to an incident at the Port Elgin beach. A swimmer was in distress. The swimmer had been assisted in getting back to shore by a rescuer on a paddleboard. The male was transported to hospital for precautionary reasons.
11:00am, police attended at a 2 vehicle collision at the intersection of Bruce Road 17 and Bruce Road 3. The collision resulted in damage to both vehicles but no injuries. A driver was charged with Fail to Yield under the Highway Traffic Act.
Police received a complaint of a theft of clothing from a business on Goderich Street. A suspect has been identified and the incident is still under investigation.
: Police were dispatched to a domestic dispute in Southampton. After investigation a male, age 21, has been charged with assault and forcible confinement.
1:30 p.m. Police investigated a motor vehicle collision on Goderich Street. The collision resulted in minor damages but no injuries. A driver was charged with Change Lanes Not in Safety under the Highway Traffic Act.
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Tuesday, September 27, 2016