Saugeen Shores Police Service

Press release

Saugeen Shores Police Service

 

Press Release

13 July 2009

6 July 2009, 2:51 am, persons unknown diverted a sump pump hose back into the front door of the residence causing water to flood into the living room and storage room. This act may have seemed funny to someone at 2 am but some ones residence was flooded as a result of these actions. Anyone with information is asked to call police.

6 July 2009, 12:07 pm a 42 year old Saugeen Shores male was reported behind the Giant Tiger Store passed out in a vehicle. Police attended to find the male with a strong odour of alcohol on his breath and was arrested for care and Control while over 80 mgms. The male provided readings that were 329 and 328 mgms of alcohol per 100 ml of blood. These readings are over 4 times the legal limit.

Seadoos, either you like them or you hate them, there is no body in between. Seadoos are a watercraft that can be operated lawfully on the lake. They have to observe safe boating laws as does any other boat. The operator of a seadoo must idle straight out from shore 30 meters before using the craft. They have to operate in a safe manner.      

Saugeen Shores by law officer along with Saugeen Shores Police officers have been patrolling the beach looking for people who have brought their dogs to the beach. Dogs are prohibited from certain beach areas between May 1st and Oct 1st from the south side of the river in Southampton to Concession 10, from the south pier of the Port Elgin harbour to Eidts Grove area. For the exact lot numbers contact your by law officer. There are areas where dogs can play including our off leash dog park. Numerous charges have been laid. There are two reasons for this by law one is safety in areas where there may be a concentration of people and the other is health. Some young child may be playing in the sand that your dog has defecated or urinated. Please obey this bylaw it could cost you $125. not to.  

11 July 2009, at 4:14 am police arrested a 22 year old Oakville male for Impaired driving.

12 July 2009, 7:48 am a young bear cub was spotted near William St in Southampton.

12 July 2009, 1:10 pm a 67 year old male was cycling down Carlisle St towards Dennys Dam and lost control striking the rear side of a pick up truck travelling in the opposite direction. The male was taken to hospital and further transported to Owen Sound hospital with shoulder injuries. No charges will be laid as a result of this matter.

12 July 2009, 5:28 police responded to the Southampton beach area where a swimmer was reported missing. A male party swam to Chantry Island and has not returned. Op and the Coast Guard were also involved. The male made is safely to shore on his own. The water is cold and it may look close but Chantry Island is a long swim, please do not try it.

12 July 2009, 4:47 pm police conducted RIDE in the High and Grenville St areas, many vehicles were checked and no violations were noted.

13 July 2009, 7:18 pm twice police and bylaw were called due to people jumping off the break wall, harbour entrance. There is a by law prohibiting swimming in the harbour. There have been complaints about youth jumping off the cement wall to dive under boats that are passing through. Common sense should tell you that this is not a wise idea. Boats cannot stop the same as cars, but you would not jump out in front of a car the same way. Be smart and have a safe summer. Think about what you do.

Dan Rivett

Chief of Police

 

 

 

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