WWI Bomb Found in London Driveway

Thursday, 17 May 2018 08:20 MH
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Military experts determined that a First World War-era shell found in a London man's driveway was live and contained nine to 13 kilograms of explosives. Police say they responded to the man's home yesterday after he reported finding the 60-centimetre long shell near his garbage. A Canadian Forces Explosive Ordnance Disposal Team from C.F.B. Borden was eventually called in to deal with the issue. The shell was transported back to Base Borden to be safely destroyed.

(The Canadian Press)


Boil Water Advisory in Chatsworth

Thursday, 17 May 2018 08:16 MH
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A boil water advisory is in effect for all residents of the Village of Chatsworth, north of Hanover. Ontario Clean Water Agency says the advisory is a precaution due to ongoing maintenance.

Chatsworth residents are being reminded to bring water to a rolling boil for at least one minute, or use bottled water for drinking, brushing teeth, and preparing food. The water remains safe for hand washing, bathing, showering and laundry.



Ingersoll Voyeur Arrested

Thursday, 17 May 2018 08:14 MH
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Provincial Police say they've laid a charge in a voyeurism case dating back to September of 2016.

OPP say officers went to an Ingersoll home on September 7th, 2016, after a 17-year-old girl reported a suspicious man peering into a bathroom window.

Police announced yesterday that they made an arrest on March 25th.

They say a 37-year-old Malahide Township man is charged with voyeurism.

(The Canadian Press)


Caught Speeding w/ Kids in Car

Thursday, 17 May 2018 08:13 MH
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A Cambridge woman faces multiple charges after police say she was clocked driving more than 60 kilometres an hour over the speed limit yesterday with two young children in her car. Hamilton police say an officer spotted the car travelling at high speed and passing slower traffic. The officer clocked the vehicle at 142 kilometres an hour in an 80-kilometre-per-hour zone. A 35-year-old woman is charged with stunt driving, speeding and driving without insurance.

(The Canadian Press)


School Bus Rear-Ended in Strathroy

Thursday, 17 May 2018 08:11 MH
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A bus driver and two high school students were injured when a school bus was rear-ended by a minivan yesterday morning.

It happened around 7:40am near the intersection of Calvert Drive and Springfield Road, just outside Strathroy.

The injured were taken to hospital as a precaution, no other injuries were reported.

The female driver of the minivan has been charged with careless driving.



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