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Brantford man theatens to kill dad

Tuesday, 21 June 2016 13:31 JW
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A day after father's day, a Brantford man has been arrested for threatening to kill his dad.

A police spokesperson says the man went to his parents' home yesterday (Monday) morning and got into an argument with his father.

The man then jabbed his dad in the chin and stomach with a metal barbecue spatula and warned his father he would kill him if he called the police.

The father was able to get out of the house and contact authorities.

About 1:30 this morning, the suspect returned to his parents' home and was arrested.

A 23 year old man was charged with assault, assault with a weapon and uttering threats.

 

Mischief to Pride Flag in Ingersoll

Tuesday, 21 June 2016 13:15 JW
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Oxford O-P-P are investigating mischief to a Pride flag in Ingersoll.

The flag had been erected as a memorial for victims of the Orlando massacre and to commemorate pride month.

It's believed the flag was removed from the pole in a park located at Thames and Charles Street yesterday (Monday) afternoon.

The damaged flag was later found in the garbage.

Anyone who saw something suspicious between 3 and 3:30 Monday afternoon is asked to call O-P-P or Crime stoppers.

 

Woman assaulted at London supermarket

Tuesday, 21 June 2016 12:45 JW
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On Monday June 20, 2016 at approximately 5:00 p.m., a female was with her four month old son, shopping in the Superking Supermarket located at 785 Wonderland Road South when she was approached by another woman, unknown to her.
 
The unidentified woman approached the victim and began yelling at her for no apparent reason. The woman spat on the victim, then punched her several times. The woman grabbed onto the victim's hijab and attempted to pull it off of her head before pulling the victim's hair. The suspect then left area.
 
The suspect in this matter is described as a female, approximately 5'5, 30-40 years old, medium build, approximately 150lbs, long black hair pulled back in a ponytail, wearing a red Canada T-shirt and black pants, carrying a green purse. The suspect spoke with a heavy accent (unknown what language she was speaking).
 
 
 The victim sustained minor injuries as a result of this assault.
 
Anyone with information in relation to this incident is asked to call the London Police Service at (519) 661-5670 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477). Information can also be sent in on-line anonymously to www.londoncrimestoppers.com.
 
 

Passenger charged for drinking

Tuesday, 21 June 2016 11:21 RR
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When police in St. Thomas stopped a car Monday night they charged the passenger in the vehicle for drinking.

Around 11:00 p-m an officer on patrol stopped a vehicle in the area of Elm Street as it appeared to have a headlight out. The officer could detect an odour of an alcohol inside the vehicle. He was able to determine that the driver was not intoxicated however he recognized the passenger.

The passenger had been arrested 5 days before for impaired driving and was released on conditions not to consume alcohol. The male provided a breath sample in to the road side device and registered a fail. The 46-year-old St. Thomas man was arrested and charged for breaching his release conditions.

 

Debate set on London City Hall scandal

Tuesday, 21 June 2016 05:51 RR
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Debate has been postponed on a motion to formally ask London's integrity commissioner to probe a city hall sex scandal that erupted last week.

Councillor Josh Morgan put forward a motion Monday asking that the commissioner investigate whether the affair between Mayor Matt Brown and former deputy mayor Maureen Cassidy broke council's code of conduct.

Members of the corporate services committee discussed the motion behind closed doors and ended up unanimously passing a motion to refer the debate to a special meeting which is set for Thursday.

In addition to looking for any violations by Brown and Cassidy, Morgan's motion requests the integrity commissioner improve the code of conduct to clear up any ambiguities.

 
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