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OPP Looking for Stolen Speed Spy

Wednesday, 11 October 2017 07:31 MH
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It's designed to monitor traffic speed, but it's gone missing.

OPP report that a piece of equipment, commonly known as a “speed spy”, was removed from a lamp post on Robinson Street, in Walkerton, sometime between 8 and 8:30

p.m. On Oct. 2nd.

The unit is valued at $3,600.

(MH)

 

Fatal Crash In Tillbury

Wednesday, 11 October 2017 07:27 MH
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One man is dead, another in hospital with serious injuries following a collision on Queens Line in Tillbury.

Police say the two vehicles crashed around 6 yesterday morning between the 401 and Sinclair Road.

A 24 year old man from Wyoming, Ontario died of his injuries.

A 22 year old Chatham man, driving the other car, remains in hospital.

Police have said if charges will be laid but the investigation is ongoing.

(MH)

 

Police I.D. Body as Missing Cambridge Man

Wednesday, 11 October 2017 07:20 MH
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A tragic end to a missing persons case in Kitchener.

A fisherman located the body of 20 year old Clayton Collison yesterday in the Grand River near the Walter Bean Trail. He was last seen around 2 am Saturday walking along

Vicotria Street after Oktoberfesting at Bingeman's Park.

Police are investigating the cause of death.

(MH)

 

SIU Investigating Crash That Killed Teens Near Hamilton

Wednesday, 11 October 2017 07:16 MH
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The Police Special Investigations unit is looking into the circumstances that led to a fatal crash North of Hamilton last week that killed two teens, one of them from London.

In particular, the SIU will be investigating the actions of the officer who perused the vehicle being driven by 15 year old Nathan Wehrle of Cambridge with 16 year old Tara

Hewitt of London in the passenger seat.

The chase began after a reported assault or abduction in Cambridge last Thursday.  The suspected vehicle was located and police followed it from Cambridge, along the 401

to Highway 6 South where it eventually collided head on with a transport truck.  Both teens were pronounced dead at the scene.

(MH)

 

Woodstock Police "Operation Impact"

Wednesday, 11 October 2017 07:08 MH
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Woodstock Police are out with their stats from the long weekend's “Operation Impact” safety blitz which targeted distracted and impaired driving.

Overall, it appeared to be a good weekend for motorists. 2 speeding tickets were handed out. 6 drivers were caught without their seat belt.  10 drivers were handed tickets

for driving while using a mobile device.

Distracted driving and speeding continue to be a leading cause of death in motor-vehicle accidents on Ontario roads.

(MH)

 

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