Delhi Raiders Cut Season Short

Friday, 20 October 2017 06:52 MH
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A report in the Simcoe Reformer says the Delhi Raiders football team from Delhi District Secondary School will not compete for the rest of the season.

In a letter to the paper, the team says a number of senior players have left the team and continuing the season would be a safety issue for the remaining players.



Woodstock Police Want To Return Stolen Property

Thursday, 19 October 2017 07:01 MH
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Woodstock police say they have a number of items that have been recovered as part of investigations into break-ins in the city, and they would like to get the items back to the rightful owners.

The break-ins are believed to have occurred recently during daylight hours.  Police say if have been a victim and are missing items, contact them via email and they will work to

get you back your stuff.



Port Stanley Man Gets Time Served

Thursday, 19 October 2017 06:59 MH
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Ontario's highest court has effectively cut in half the sentence for a man who badly injured a woman when he drove his car into a hydro pole in Port Stanley in a suicide attempt.

The Ontario Court of Appeal found the trial judge went too far when he sentenced Constantinus Dedeckere to two years in prison, followed by three years probation.

It has instead sentenced Dedeckere to time served -- the year he spent in prison -- and two years probation.

Dedeckere had pleaded guilty to Criminal Negligence Causing bodily harm after a 74-year-old female driver ran into his car after he tried to kill himself in July 2015 while on

temporary leave from a mental-health facility in London.

(The Canadian Press)


London Police Break-up Murder For Hire Plot

Thursday, 19 October 2017 06:55 MH
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A member of a biker gang has been arrested by London police as part of a murder for hire plot.

Yesterday, London police and the OPP arrested 2 men following an investigation which happened to turned up a hand gun in the process.

A 41 year old London man, who is known to be a member of the Outlaws Motorcycle Club has been charged with councilling to commit murder.  A 30 year old London man is

charged with poesseisioin of a prohibited weapon.



Safety An Issue for Striking College Staff

Thursday, 19 October 2017 06:53 MH
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The Union representing faculty at Fanshaw College in London is asking the public not to drive onto campus if they absolutely don't have to in an effort to protect the safety of members on the picket lines.

College teaching staff have been on strike across the province since the beginning of the week as they look for a new contact agreement.

If you are heading to campus, patients will be required as members will be speaking with drivers and traffic will be heavy.  One student reports being delayed over a half hour trying to get to school.



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