Local police have a busy week
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9 July 2012, police were called to a Waterloo St address in Port
Elgin to a break and enter in progress. The three male youth had fled
the scene but were later located by police. Property stolen was located
by the owner of the house and police. One of the youths had in his
possession property that was believed to be stolen from a Sauble Beach
break and enter investigated by OPP. OPP are investigating 7 break and
entries that these youth may have been involved with. Two youth 13 years
old and one youth 12 years old face several break and enter, theft and
possession of stolen property charges. One youth 11 years old was
released and cannot be charged due to age.
10 July 2012, police attended to a report of youth drinking on the break wall in the Port Elgin Harbour. Open liquor they were consuming was dumped and a cooler of alcohol was seized.
10 July 2012, at 1:58 pm police attended to Halton Regional Police Service to pick up 21 year old Matthew Sutherland. Sutherland was arrested on a warrant from Saugeen Shores for break and enter, theft under, mischief, and breach of probation.
10 July 2012, sometime overnight someone had broken into a Parkwood Drive home and stole some jewelry. Entry was gained through an unlocked door. No suspects.
11 July 2012, at 2:15 am a 28 year old Port Elgin man was arrested for breaching alcohol conditions on a previous release from police.
12 July 2012, police executed a Controlled Drug and Substance Act warrant on a Port Elgin apartment. A 55 year old Port Elgin man faces charges of possession of stolen property, and possession of marihuana.
13 July 2012, police received a report of a Chinese flag being stolen from a front lawn in Southampton.
13 July 2012, at 1:25 pm police responded to a report of a missing 74 year old man. The man and his wife had been biking from MacGregor Provincial Park to Southampton and became separated. Several hours later the man was located in good health.
13 July 2012, at 5:41 pm police arrested a 60 year old male for public intoxication at the beer Store in Southampton.
13 July 2012, several liquor tickets were given out to people in both Port Elgin and Southampton. The offences were for drinking liquor while walking around in public and being under 19 years old consuming alcohol.
14 July 2012, at 1:49 am police attended a Southampton address to a report of a male assaulting his father. The youth was arrested for breaching a bail condition of a previous release and held for a bail hearing.
14 July 2012, at 3:36 am police attended to the Port Elgin harbour to a report of mischief. A family was asleep on their boat when they felt the boat rocking and heard a loud bang. They observed four people running from the dock toward the parking lot. A zodiac boat that was attached to the stern of the boat was damaged and in the water off of the boat. Gas from the boat had leaked into the water. The fire dept and harbour staff placed booms to prevent the spread of the gas. The value of the zodiac was reported to be about $18,000. No suspects, anyone with information on this matter is asked to call police or Crime Stoppers.
14 July 2012, sometime overnight someone overturned the highway road sign at Chippewa Golf Course, some damage to the lighting occurred.
14 July 2012, police executed a Controlled Drugs and Substances Act warrant at an Arlington St address. The 55 year old resident faces drug charges.
14 July 2012, at 2:50 pm police attended to the Port Elgin harbour area to a person acting in a violent manner. Police located a 24 year old Waterloo male who are charged with possession of marihuana and released.
14 July 2012, police received several reports of bears in the Gobles Grove area. In particular, Shipley, Bell, Shady trail, Jay St areas.
14 July 2012, at 11:33 pm police charged a Guelph male and a Mactier male with having liquor in other than a licenced premises at Green and Shantz St.
15 July 2012, at 12:05 am police assisted ambulance on Highland St with a man who had fallen and was bleeding from the head. The male fell and struck his head on the pavement.
15 July 2012, at 12:15 am police clocked a Jeep Cherokee travelling 125 km/h in a 50 km/h zone heading out of Port Elgin on Gustavus St. The vehicle was stopped on Harry Thede Sideroad. The 33 year old driver Allenford Drive was charged with Stunt Driving, his licence was suspended for 7 days, and his vehicle was impounded for 7 days.
15 July 2012, at 1:39 am police arrested a 27 year old London male for Care of Control of a motor vehicle while impaired. The male was observed sitting in the driverís seat of the vehicle with the lights on and the vehicle running, asleep with his arm hanging out the driverís window. His vehicle was towed. He provided breath readings of 240 mgms and 230 mgms.
15 July 2012, at 2:45 am police observed two males fighting at Goderich and Gustavus St. One male fled. The male remaining had a large cut over his left eye but declined medical treatment. No charges.
15 July 2012, at 4:00 am police attended to a Drummond Dr residence in Port Elgin to a report of an unconscious male bleeding from the head. Police and ambulance attended. A very intoxicated male was being very violent with several people at the party and in a confrontation with one male went to the ground and struck his head. He was taken to the hospital by ambulance. Police were required to restrain the male to the Owen Sound Hospital. He was medically cleared and released from the hospital and was held until sober. Police are investigating.
15 July 2012, at 10:28 am police responded to a break and enter on Tyendinaga Dr Southampton. Entry was gained through a basement window. Nothing appears to have been taken.
15 July 2012, at 2:58 pm someone entered a back porch area of an Elgin St home in Port Elgin and stole an Iphone. No suspects.
15 July 2012, at 4:04 pm a purse was taken from an unlocked vehicle on Joseph St in Port Elgin.
15 July 2012, at 4:24 pm police responded to a report of a break in to a home on Lakeland Drive. Entry was gained through a basement window some lights were turned on and cupboards were gone through but no theft was noted.
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