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Urine Throwing Incident Leads to Charges

Tuesday, 16 January 2018 09:25 MH
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A Simcoe man is facing charges after allegedly throwing urine at police officers.

Ontario Provincial Police say officers were sent to a Simcoe residence early Saturday morning to investigate a mischief complaint.

Investigators say someone had damaged a fire detector on the second floor causing the fire alarm to be activated.

When officers returned later in the morning, it's alleged one of the residents opened the door and attempted to throw urine on the officers.

A 73-year-old man is charged with assaulting a peace officer with weapon and mischief.

(The Canadian Press)

 

Teenage Assailants Turn Themselves In

Tuesday, 16 January 2018 09:16 MH
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London police say the two 14 year old girls wanted in connection to the assault of two 17 year old girls at White Oaks Mall earlier this month have turned themselves in.

One of the victims suffered minor injuries, the other was taken to hospital with serious injuries

Charges included assault causing bodily harm and assault with a weapon.

(MH)

 

GRCA Extends Flood Watch

Tuesday, 16 January 2018 08:47 MH
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The Grand River Conservation Authority has extended its Flood Watch from Brantford to Lake Erie as ice jams are creating the possibility of flooding in low lying areas.

In particular, the County of Brant and Six Nations, the City of Brantford, Cayuga and the confluence of The Grand and Speed rivers in Cambridge are at increased risk of flooding.

Ice jams occur quickly and floodwaters can rise unexpectedly.

Flood co-oridnaters have been told to closely monitor conditions. The public is warned to steer clear of all waterways for the time being.

(MH)

 

Province Announces Cash for London BRT

Tuesday, 16 January 2018 08:44 MH
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It was the announcement the city of London had been waiting for. Transportation Minister Steven Del Duca was at City Hall yesterday to announce a $170 million  provincial investment in the city's Bus Rapid Transit plan, known as 'Shift'.

The plan is to build dedicated express bus lanes running through the city's core at a cost of $500-million.

The city has set aside $130 million as its investment, yesterday's announcement means about $200-million is still needed from the Federal government.

Should all the funding be secured in time, construction could begin as early as 2019.

(MH)

 

UPDATE: Missing Senior Found

Tuesday, 16 January 2018 08:41 MH
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London Police say Edna Wilson was found this morning by Halton Regional Police and is safe.

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The London Police Service is requesting the public’s assistance in locating 93-year-old Edna Wilson, of Toronto.

Edna is described as a white female, 5’ tall, very small build, with grey hair. She is believed to be driving a silver 2014 Ford Focus.

Edna was last seen on January 15, between 4:00 pm and 5:00pm in Ingersoll driving to the area of Manitoulin Drive in London.

Police are concerned for Edna’s welfare.

Anyone with information is asked to call London Police or Crime Stoppers

(DAP)

 

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