Lanark OPP Weekly News for Week of Jan 1 – 8th, 2018 – HomeTown TV12

Lanark OPP Weekly News for Week of Jan 1 – 8th, 2018

Lanark OPP Weekly News for Week of Jan 1 – 8th, 2018

LANARK COUNTY – Between Monday January 1, 2018 and Monday January 8, 2018 officers from the Lanark Detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) responded to 290 calls for service.

The calls included:

Motor Vehicle Collisions.

Total.  45                 Including.

Fatality             1

Car / Deer        7

Parking Lots     1

Single Motor Vehicle off Road (“In Ditch”)         23

At 2:17 pm on Thursday January 4 officers responded to reports of a Budget rental van striking the old train bridge on little Bridge Street, Almonte in the Municipality of Mississippi Mills. Witnesses advised that the van drove away from the scene.

Officers located the van on Martin Street in Almonte.

A twenty-four (24) year old man from Gatineau, Quebec was served with a Provincial Offence Notice and is charged:

One (1) Count        Fail to Remain at the Scene of an Accident

Contrary to the Highway Traffic Act of Ontario.

Officers are investigating a single Mechanised Snow Vehicle (MSV) collision on Lake Madawaska.

At 2:57 on Sunday, January 7 officers responded to call from Renfrew Ambulance services who were responding to a call where two riders were injured. The point of access was Head Pond Road South in the Municipality of Mississippi Mills.

The twenty-nine (29) year old, male, driver and the twenty-three (23) year old, female, passenger of a Yamaha Viper MSV (both from the Municipality of Mississippi Mills) were transported to Hospital in the City of Ottawa.

Domestic Incidents

At 11:25 pm on Wednesday, January 3, officers were called to a residence on Westshore Drive in Drummond North Elmsley Township.

As a result of the subsequent investigation a ssixty-nine(69) male from that township is charged:

One (1) Count       Assault

Contrary to the Criminal Code of Canada.

He was released to appear at the Provincial Court in the Town of Perth.

Officers dealt with eleven other calls relating to property and communication disputes.

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