Woman spends the night in her vehicle after getting stuck in snow

February 28, 2017

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February 20 - 26, 2017

Weekly Incidents 114

February 20:

10:24 p.m. 10:24 pm police responded to a motor vehicle collision where a vehicle was reported to be stuck in the snow in an unmaintained section of road on Spence St. between Anglesia and Carlisle. A 71 year old female from Saugeen Shores got her vehicle stuck in the snow at approximately 7:00 pm on 19 Feb and was found by a motorist the next morning at 9:30 am 20 Feb. The female was transported to hospital by ambulance and was released.

February 21:

4:14 pm police received a complaint of the dumping of deer heads across from the Southampton Cemetery close to the river. Police contacted a Conservation Officer with the Ministry of Natural Resources and passed on five photographs of the heads. Some of the heads were deer and others were elk. MNR is investigating.

February 22:

1:08 am police responded to a Saugeen Shores Motel to assist in the removal of an unwanted person. The 22 year old Saugeen Shores male was removed.

10:28 pm police conducted RIDE in Southampton, no violations.

February 23:

2:42 pm a blue and white CCM bicycle was stolen from a Waterloo St parking lot.

February 24:

 5:24 pm police observed a male party inside a vehicle on Adelaide St. Upon investigation it was found that the male person had stolen cigarettes from the vehicle. A 54 year old Saugeen Shores male was charged.

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February 25:

9:33 pm police conducted RIDE in several locations in Saugeen Shores, no violations.

February 26:

3:57 pm police were dispatched to Shoppers Drug Mart in Southampton to investigate a shoplifting complaint. A male and female had entered the store while the female distracted the employee while the male had stolen perfume. The male was identified, police are investigating, and charges are pending.


It may seem like winter is over, I bet it is not. When it does snow again remember the roads have absorbed some heat. The roads will be as slippery as there are for the first few snows in the fall. Drive with caution; give yourself plenty of time to stop. As always be safe.

Dan Rivett

Chief of Police

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