Break & Enters discover thefts of many items
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Break & Enters Discovered
(SAUGEEN FIRST NATION) On June 1, 2012,
in the early evening, a break and enter was discovered
in the Wahbezee Drive area of the Saugeen First Nation.
The cottage owner had not been at the seasonal
residence since the long weekend in May.
Many items were taken including:
While conducting a neighbourhood canvas another break
and enter was found a few doors away. Alcohol, a Nintendo 64,
air guns and a compound bow were taken from this residence.
A Scenes of Crime Officer (SOCO) attended and processed
the scenes for evidence
Water Patrols Begin
(SOUTH BRUCE PENINSULA ON.) Bruce Peninsula
OPP were out on the waters of the numerous inland lakes in
the South Bruce Peninsula over the weekend. A number of
vessels were checked and found to be compliant with
all required equipment.
Abandoned vehicle reported stolen
(SOUTH BRUCE PENINSULA ON.) A report of a stolen vehicle
from a Waterloo Region Man turned out to be unfounded.
The vehicle in question had been left in a live lane on a
South Bruce Peninsula road for a number of hours on June 3.
In keeping with the OPP's mandate of public safety, the vehicle
was towed from the scene. Efforts to find the owner were not
successful as only the home address in Waterloo Region was
associated to the vehicle. The man and his vehicle were
successfully reunited at a local tow company.
Traffic Offence Results in three day Suspension
(SOUTH BRUCE PENINSULA ON.) An officer of the Bruce
Peninsula OPP stopped a 21-year-old Georgian Bluffs man
for a traffic related offence.
While speaking with the man the officer could smell the
odour of alcohol on his breath. A road side test was given and
the result was a fail.
This means that the reading was higher than the
pre-determined number required for a fail to register.
The man was arrested and provided breath tests into an
Intoxilyzer 8000C. The results were in the warn range and he was
released unconditionally, his drivers license was
suspended for three days and returned to the MTO.
The Bruce Peninsula OPP would remind anyone who sees
an impaired driver, or boater to call 911 to report this activity.
The OPP reminds everyone that water safety is paramount to
water fun. Make sure all your equipment is on board and
not on the dock.
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Thursday, June 07, 2012