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Lanark County OPP Weekly News for Week of Oct 28th – Nov 4th, 2019

Lanark County OPP Weekly News for Week of Oct 28th – Nov 4th, 2019
LANARK COUNTY – Between Monday October 28, 2019 and Monday November 4, 2019 officers from the Lanark County Detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) responded to 410 calls for service. The calls included: Motor Vehicle Collisions Total: 38          Including: Car / Deer: 11 Parking Lots: 6 Single Motor Vehicle off Road (“in ditch”): 4 Pedestrian: 1 Domestic Incidents On October 28,... Read More

Driver Charged in Single Vehicle School Bus Collision

Driver Charged in Single Vehicle School Bus Collision
SOUTH DUNDAS – Stormont, Dundas & Glengarry (SD&G) Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) officers are investigating a single vehicle collision on Wallace Road, South Dundas Township. Preliminary investigation has indicated that at approximately 4:40pm, a school bus was travelling northbound on Wallace Road when, for reasons under investigation, left the roadway and entered the ditch. The driver (52) of Oxford Mills,... Read More

WARRANT EXECUTED – DRUGS AND STOLEN PROPERTY SEIZED

WARRANT EXECUTED – DRUGS AND STOLEN PROPERTY SEIZED
NORTH DUNDAS – On October 31, 2019, members of the SD&G OPP Community Street Crime Unit (CSCU), Emergency Response Team (ERT), and SD&G OPP officers executed a Search Warrant at a property on Caleb Street, North Dundas Township. This resulted in the seizure of a quantity of drugs (crystal methamphetamine and cocaine), various stolen property items and Canadian currency. Tawana... Read More

OPP Advise Motorists to Prevent Motor Vehicle Theft

OPP Advise Motorists to Prevent Motor Vehicle Theft
PRESCOTT – As the weather gets colder, the Grenville County Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) would like to remind the public to never leave your vehicle running and unattended, even if it is for a short moment, such as running into a convenience store. A vehicle running, or a vehicle with keys in the ignition attracts thieves. You can additionally protect your vehicle... Read More

Five Mile Light Rebuild Gets Green Light

Five Mile Light Rebuild Gets Green Light
Brockville – Less than sixteen months after the historic Five Mile Lighthouse burned to the ground following a lightning strike, the rebuild of the iconic structure is on the verge of starting. Monday evening Elizabethtown-Kitley Township Council approved a recommendation from the Rebuild Committee to award the complete construction project to Kehoe Marine Construction. The firm hopes to begin work on... Read More