Saugeen Shores Police Service

press release

Saugeen Shores Police Service

Press Release

13 September 2010

7 Sept 2010, sometime overnight a vehicle on Tyendinaga Drive in Southampton was entered but nothing was taken. Please remember to Lock it or Lose it, lock your vehicles and donít leave any valuables in sight.

07 Sep 2010, a person made complaint that sometime overnight on the 4th of September person(s) unknown kicked a driverís side mirror off of a vehicle parked on Crawford Drive in Port Elgin. No suspects.

07 Sept 2010, sometime overnight on the 6th of Sept. an unlocked vehicle on Turner Drive in Southampton was entered. Stolen items were, CDís, loose change and a cell phone adaptor.

09 Sept 2010, a 29 year old Chesley male was stopped driving from a downtown bar. The male registered a warn on the roadside screening device. His licence was suspended for 3 days.

09 Sept 2010, at 9:46 pm police attended to the Walker House in Southampton to a report of an out of control intoxicated male refusing to leave. The male was located heading into the Phoenix Lounge and was arrested. A 46 year old Paisley man was arrested and charged with Causing a Disturbance and Resist Arrest.

10 Sep 2010, sometime overnight on the 8th of Sep someone drove onto the football field at SDSS doing donuts. Some damage was done to the field. If anyone has any information on this matter they are asked to call police at 519-832-9200 or Crime Stoppers.

11 Sept 2010, at 12:55 am police observed a vehicle driving erratically in Port Elgin. The vehicle was stopped. The validation on the licence plates had expired in May 2010 but had been altered to look like 2011. The driver was under suspension and did not have a valid drivers licence. The insurance for the vehicle expired in April of 2010. The 39 year old Mount Forest man faces numerous charges.

Again on the 11th of Sept 2010 at 1:40 am a vehicle was stopped in Port Elgin with an expired validation sticker on the licence plate. The driver identified himself with an expired drivers licence. The licence had expired 1 Aug 2010. The insurance for the vehicle had expired in 2008. A 38 year old Port Elgin man faces numerous charges.

11 Sep 2010, at 2:32 am a 19 year old Owen Sound male was arrested for Impaired Driving.

11 Sep 2010, at 4:00 am a Controlled Drugs and Substances Act warrant was executed at a Port Elgin apartment. An 18 year old Port Elgin female and a 21 year old Port Elgin man were arrested for possessions of marihuana and cannabis resin.

11 Sep 2010, a large bag of soccer balls was located at the field at Pierson Park. The soccer balls are at the police office if you have lost them.

12 Sep 2010, at12:51 am police responded to Victoria St in Southampton to a report of about 20 teens fighting. Upon arrival of police the group scattered. One 17 year old Chatsworth male was arrested for public intoxication then released to a friend to look after him.      

12 Sep 2010, at 2:05 am a 17 year old Paisley male was charged for driving a vehicle with a G1 licence, at an unlawful hour and not being accompanied by a qualified driver.

12 Sep 2010, at 2:36 am police on routine patrol came across a group of people at the corner of Goderich St and Elgin St in Port Elgin. The group was tending to a male on the ground. Two other males had left running prior to officerís attendance. Ambulance attended and took the victim to Southampton Hospital. Investigation revealed there were several people fighting and when one person was down on the ground one of the two males that left the scene kicked the victim in the face then fled. The victim was transferred to Owen Sound Hospital then sent back to the Southampton hospital after testing. Two London youth are facing charges of Assault causing bodily harm. Their names cannot be released as one is 16 and one 17 years old, they are Young Offenders.  

   

 

   

Dan Rivett

Chief of Police

 

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