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Sudden Death Probes Investigation In Windham

Tuesday, 15 August 2017 10:22 Megan
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Norfolk OPP are looking into a sudden death that happened this morning in Windham.

Police along with fire services and paramedics responded to a farm on Windham Road 5.

Investigation revealed that a 43 year old male was operating an open cab farming tractor near a pond, when the tractor slid down the embankment and rolled over, trapping the driver.

The male was pronounced deceased at the scene.

The name of the deceased is not being released until next of kin is notified.

(Meghan Spotswood)

 

More On The Lambton County Power Outage

Tuesday, 15 August 2017 10:04 Megan
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More details have been released about the power outage that left 14,000 Lambton County residents without power yesterday.

A farm tractor in a field had collided into two hydro poles on 4900 block of Churchhill Line shortly before 3:30pm. 14,000 hydro one customers in Lambton County were left without power along with 3,000 Entegrus customers in Strathroy.

Police say no injuries were reported and no charges will be laid in this incident.

(Meghan Spotswood)

 

Three Dunnville Schools Vandalized And Broken Into

Tuesday, 15 August 2017 08:46 Megan
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Three schools were vandalized and broken into over the weekend in Dunnville and police are looking for the criminals behind it all. Police got the call on Monday morning about a break in at Fairview Avenue School for a mischief report where three windows were broken into.

Shortly after, officers got another call and attended Dunnville Secondary School where unknown suspects forced entry into the school, threw books and chairs around and wrote profanities on a chalkboard inside a classroom.

Around 11 a.m. the same day, police received another call at Thompson Creek Public School where unknowns attended the school and stole several construction tools.

OPP are continueing to investigate all three incidents.

(Meghan Spotswood)

 

Long Time Criminal Has Bail Hearing Today

Tuesday, 15 August 2017 08:01 Megan
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The man behind what is being called Middlesex County's biggest drug bust was in a London court room yesterday.

61 year old Floyd Daponte made his first court appearance after OPP stormed in on his Napier Road property near Strathroy on Sunday, seizing an estimated $1.1 million in cash and drugs.

Another man and woman were also charged in this case.

Daponte, who was charged with drug possession was hoping to get a bail hearing but due to the ongoing investigation of the case, he was denied.

Seized at the home were almost 8000 Oxycontin tablets, close to 3500 morphine tablets and 100 fentanyl patches. There are also reports of a kilo of cocaine, 450 grams of crack cocaine and $84,000 in cash were found.

Daponte’s name was mentioned during the recent shocking trial for negligence causing death of Amanda Dumont and Scott Bakker, who were charged in the death of 20-month old Ryker Daponte-Michaud. He was the child's grandfather. Daponte has a long line of criminal history, dating back almost 25 years.

He is also facing drug charges laid earlier this year.

His bail hearing is set for today.

(Meghan Spotswood)

 

B.C. Bans Grizzly Bear Hunting

Tuesday, 15 August 2017 06:32 Megan
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Killing grizzly bears for trophy will soon come to an end in British Columbia, but not before hunters get one more shot as the hunting season opens in some areas in the province today.

The B-C government has announced that grizzlies can only be hunted for the purpose of harvesting meat -- and all hunting of the species within the Great Bear Rainforest will be banned as of November 30th.

The Grizzly Bear Foundation says allowing this season to go ahead is a failure.

(The Canadian Press)

 

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