Another graffiti episode
February 17, 2017
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February 6 - 12, 2017
Weekly Incidents 128
12:32 am police responded to a report of an intoxicated female kicking on doors in a downtown Port Elgin apartment building. The female was intoxicated. She was arrested and spent the night in jail.
11:49 am police arrested a 22 year old Saugeen Shores male for breaching his probation by accessing the internet. The prohibition of accessing the internet was a result of a conviction for inappropriate communication with children.
3:41 pm police responded to a motor vehicle collision at Goderich and Market St. Two vehicles were north bound on Goderich St stopped at a red light at Market St. When the light turned green both vehicles started forward and the first vehicle stopped for traffic. The second rear ended the first. Minor damage, no injuries.
2:00 pm police responded to a report of graffiti spray painted on a fence along a rear yard on Gustavus St. The tag was done in red paint with a small star above the word “Braze”. Anyone with any information on this matter is asked to call police or Crime Stoppers, 1-800-222-8477.
11:41 pm police arrested a 46 year old Saugeen Reserve male on the strength of an OPP warrant. The male was escorted to the Saugeen Shores Police station and searched. Officers located a small baggie of marihuana on the person and he was charged with possession. He was later turned over to the OPP.
8:12 pm police responded to a domestic matter. That matter was resolved but the male had an outstanding warrant to arrest from Saugeen Shores and from OPP. He was held for a bail hearing.
3:19 am police received a report of an assault that occurred at a house party in Port Elgin. Police are investigating.
3:44 pm police conducted RIDE in Saugeen Township. No violations.
10:09 pm police observed several males standing in front of a Southampton commercial area with open liquor. The males were spoken to and warned.
----------------------------------------------------Lock it or Lose it. Most of us believe we should not have to lock our vehicles or our homes as no one should be breaking into them anyway. But some do. Remember that most of the time the responsible persons just run through a neighbourhood and check the car doors. If the door is locked they move on to the next vehicle. It does not take long to get a pile of change. Please lock your vehicles and homes.
Chief of Police
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Friday, February 17, 2017