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November 7 - 13
Weekly Incidents 136

November 7:

6:19 am police responded to a motor vehicle collision on Goderich St in front of Mary Browns Fried Chicken. A vehicle was south bound on Goderich St stopped at a red light on Ivings Drive and was rear ended by another vehicle. The driver of the struck vehicle had minor injuries.

 8:09 am it was reported that two unlocked vehicles on Maplewood Drive had been entered and approx. $20 was stolen.

11:58 am it was reported that a vehicle was damaged while in the front parking lot of SDSS, no suspects.

November 8:

8:25 am a bicycle was reported stolen from Tim Hortonís in Port Elgin on 7 Nov 2016. The vehicle had already been recovered by police and was returned to owner.

11:33 am police responded to a motor vehicle / Bobcat collision. A Bobcat pulled out onto Eastwood Drive and travelled down the middle portion of the road. A vehicle coming up behind the Bobcat tried to pass on the right. The vehicles collided, no injuries.

November 9:

11:36 am it was reported that an unlocked vehicle had been entered on Ray St. A wallet with credit cards and $400 in cash was stolen.

11:50 am police received a report of a truck entered on Bluewater Drive overnight. Several hand tools in a tool bag and a back pack was stolen.

November 10:

8:19 am sometime overnight a kids red wagon was stolen from a front lawn on Goderich St.

2:12 pm police investigated the entry of an unlocked vehicle parked on Pierson Ave. where an Ipad was stolen.

November 11:

5:00 am a resident on Wellington St heard someone in his garage. A person dressed in black wearing a balaclava was in his garage and took off running. The resident chased him for some distance and the person threw a drink bottle at him. The person ran away. No theft is believed to have occurred.

6:01 am it was reported to police that sometime overnight a rear sliding window of a pick-up truck was broken on Maple Dr.

7:52 am police investigated an assault complaint in Port Elgin. As a result of the investigation two 17 year old Saugeen Shores males were arrested and charged with assault, forcible confinement and uttering threats.

7:59 am police investigated a complaint of a window smashed on a vehicle on Emma St where $200 was stolen.

4:22 pm police responded to a report of an unlocked vehicle entered on Green St. The glove boxes were pried open but no theft.

11:24 am police observed 5 people walking on Clarendon St. One of the females was  drinking and poured her drink out. She was warned.

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November 12:

6:30 am police received a report of a break and enter in progress on Eugenie St. Police responded and apprehended a 16 year old Saugeen Shores youth. Police are investigating.

9:41am police received a report of a side window being smashed out on a vehicle parked on Thede Drive. Nothing appears to have been stolen.

9:54 am a resident of Stafford St reports three tires being flattened on their vehicle overnight.

10:02 am police responded to a report of a window being smashed on a vehicle parked on Eastwood Dr. A wallet was gone through but nothing stolen.

11:33 pm police responded to a report of a vehicle window being smashed out on Queensbush Rd. A purse was on the front seat, nothing was stolen.

November 13:

1:00 am police conducted RIDE with the OPP on Bruce Rd 3, no infractions.

3:34 am, police responded to a disturbance call on Breadalbane. A 31 year old male from London was trying to regain entry to a residence; he was bleeding profusely from his nose. He had been in an altercation with the resident of the house. The male was arrested for public intoxication. He refused treatment by ambulance and taken to the hospital where he refused treatment. He was lodged in the cell until sober. Police are investigating.

November 16:

5:56 am Saugeen Shores Police responded to a complaint of someone trying to get into vehicles on Parkwood Drive. Police located a person dressed in black wearing a balaclava and attempted to arrest this person who fled. Police chased this person to a rear yard on Parkwood where he turned on the officer and ran at him. The officer used his taser and arrested the male. He was taken to hospital to be checked out and released to police. A 30 year old Paisley male is in custody and will be held for a bail hearing. Currently he faces charges of Trespass by Night, possession of break and enter tools, disguise with intent and resist arrest. Police continue to investigate.

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Wednesday, November 16, 2016