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Impaired driver hits car twice in Tillsonburg

Tuesday, 16 August 2016 16:31 JW
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The owner of a car isn't likely too impressed after an impaired driver allegedly nailed his vehicle twice within minutes in Tillsonburg.

Oxford County O-P-P called to Concession Street East variety store Saturday night say a vehicle entered a lot and struck a parked car.

The driver went into the store, came out, got into his vehicle and backed into the same parked car.

Police charged a 48 year old Tillsonburg man with impaired driving and operating a vehicle with more than the legal limit of alcohol.

 

Disgusting act in Port Dover

Tuesday, 16 August 2016 16:27 JW
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O-P-P are looking for a suspect after a disgusting act in Port Dover.

Last Monday evening, a man dumped a bucket of human waste onto the front porch of a Nelson Street West home

The suspect then fled the scene.

Police have released an image of the man in the hope that someone might provide them with a lead.

Anyone with information is asked to call O-P-P or Crime stoppers.

 

Minto bridge closed; damaged in fire

Tuesday, 16 August 2016 14:11 JW
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A Wellington County bridge is still closed due to a fire.

Provincial Police say the White's Junction Trail Bridge was damaged on August 6th and remains closed for safety reasons.

The bridge is located about 650 metres from Third Line near Highway 23 in the town of Minto.

The cause hasn't been determined.

Anyone who might know how the fire started is asked to call O-P-P at 1-888-310-1122.

 

Fire north of Simcoe

Tuesday, 16 August 2016 13:19 JW
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Norfolk County firefighters are battling a structure fire in the Waterford area.

Area stations including Waterford and Teeterville arrived to a fully involved fire around 1 0'clock this afternoon.

Provincial police have closed Highway 24 between Windham Road 6 and Concession 6 Townsend while crews battle the blaze.

 

Spent military flare recovered in Kincardine

Tuesday, 16 August 2016 12:33 JW
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It's not everyday someone finds a spent military flare, but that's what happened in Kincardine.

After receiving a report, south bruce o-p-p secured station beach until the military personnel from CFB Borden arrived around noon Sunday.

The explosive disposal unit removed a metal cylinder that was about 14-inches in length and 3-inches in diameter.

No injuries.

 
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