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Bruce Peninsula OPP have busy long weekend

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BRUCE PENINSULA OPP KEPT BUSY ON LONG WEEKEND WITH OVER 200 INCIDENTS

(BRUCE PENINSULA, ON.) The Bruce Peninsula OPP were kept busy this May long weekend. The weather cooperated with well above normal temperatures and lots of sun. This combination led to the investigation of 200 incidents over the three day weekend. 18 traffic related incidents, involving aggressive driving, to people riding on the trunks of vehicles. 31 Liquor License Act charges were laid, most were for drinking on the beach. Five animal complaints two involved bear sightings. Several calls on the Peninsula were received regarding excessive noise. Five incidents related to bail violations, and breach of release conditions. One impaired driving charge.

(SOUTH BRUCE PENINSULA ON.) On Friday the 18th of May in the late evening, a group of campers was approached by several local men. A shouting match ensued which escalated from there to an assault on two Brampton men. One of the assaulted men was treated at hospital for undetermined injuries. The OPP investigation led to charges of assault, possession of a controlled substance, and breach of an existing release condition. A 19-year-old Georgian Bluffs man was arrested, and held for a bail hearing on the 19th of May.

(SOUTH BRUCE PENINSULA ON.) On the 20th of May OPP officers were operating moving radar on highway 6 north of Hepworth. At about 8:50 p.m. a vehicle traveling at 112 km/hr was observed and stopped by police. The driver a 27-year-old Guelph man was found to have been drinking alcohol. He failed a road side test for the presence alcohol. He was arrested for operating a motor vehicle with over 80 milligrams of alcohol in his blood. The male was released on conditions to attend court as required to deal with the charge and his drivers license was seized and returned to the MTO. His rental vehicle was towed and held for 7 days.

(SOUTH BRUCE PENINSULA ON.) OPP officers were dispatched to two black bear sightings over the weekend. One call was in the 100 block of Division St., and the other in the 800 block of McNaughton St.,. The bears were caught in the act eating from garbage bags and bird feeders. The Ministry of Natural Resources, Bear Wise program was notified of their presence.

BRUCE PENINSULA OPP KEPT BUSY ON LONG WEEKEND WITH OVER 200 INCIDENTS

(BRUCE PENINSULA, ON.) The Bruce Peninsula OPP were kept busy this May long weekend. The weather cooperated with well above normal temperatures and lots of sun. This combination led to the investigation of 200 incidents over the three day weekend. 18 traffic related incidents, involving aggressive driving, to people riding on the trunks of vehicles. 31 Liquor License Act charges were laid, most were for drinking on the beach. Five animal complaints two involved bear sightings. Several calls on the Peninsula were received regarding excessive noise. Five incidents related to bail violations, and breach of release conditions. One impaired driving charge.

(SOUTH BRUCE PENINSULA ON.) On Friday the 18th of May in the late evening, a group of campers was approached by several local men. A shouting match ensued which escalated from there to an assault on two Brampton men. One of the assaulted men was treated at hospital for undetermined injuries. The OPP investigation led to charges of assault, possession of a controlled substance, and breach of an existing release condition. A 19-year-old Georgian Bluffs man was arrested, and held for a bail hearing on the 19th of May.

 

 

(SOUTH BRUCE PENINSULA ON.) On the 20th of May OPP officers were operating moving radar on highway 6 north of Hepworth. At about 8:50 p.m. a vehicle traveling at 112 km/hr was observed and stopped by police. The driver a 27-year-old Guelph man was found to have been drinking alcohol. He failed a road side test for the presence alcohol. He was arrested for operating a motor vehicle with over 80 milligrams of alcohol in his blood. The male was released on conditions to attend court as required to deal with the charge and his drivers license was seized and returned to the MTO. His rental vehicle was towed and held for 7 days.

(SOUTH BRUCE PENINSULA ON.) OPP officers were dispatched to two black bear sightings over the weekend. One call was in the 100 block of Division St., and the other in the 800 block of McNaughton St.,. The bears were caught in the act eating from garbage bags and bird feeders. The Ministry of Natural Resources, Bear Wise program was notified of their presence.


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