Windsor male charged with possession of a controlled substance

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A 48 year old Windsor male attempted to flee from Chatham-Kent police knowing that what he had stashed in the vehicle would get him in trouble.

Police attempted to stop a vehicle heading Westbound on the 401 on March 27th.

The driver failed to stop and was seen throwing out mass quantities of an unknown substance out the passenger window.

When police finally stopped the vehicle, the officer saw a mass quantity of marijuana inside the vehicle.

Micheal Lamb of Windsor has been charged with Possession of a Controlled Substance, Obstruction of a Peace Officer and other charges.

He is set to appear in court on May 4th 2017 to answer to these charges.

(Meghan Spotswood)


Tuesday March 28 Schedule

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Provincial Junior Hockey League

South Conference

Ayr vs. Grimsby

(Ayr leads final 3-0)

North Conference

Alliston vs. Mount Forest

(Alliston leads final 3-0)


Ontario Hockey League

Western Conference

London vs. Windsor

(Quarterfinal tied 1-1)


American Hockey League

Manitoba vs. Bakersfield


National Hockey League

Winnipeg vs. New Jersey

Nashville vs. Boston

Ottawa vs. Philadelphia

Detroit vs. Carolina

Buffalo vs. Columbus

Florida vs. Toronto

Dallas vs. Montreal

Washington vs. Minnesota

Los Angeles vs. Edmonton

Anaheim vs. Vancouver

Nyh Rangers vs. San Jose


National Basketball League of Canada

Niagara vs. KW Titans


National Basketball Association

Miami vs. Detroit


Major League Baseball Preseason

Detroit vs. NY Yankees

Toronto vs. Philadelphia


Tillsonburg Still Looking at Internet/Telephone Voting

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by Brian Donlevy Tillsonburg Council is still leaning towards moving to internet and telephone voting but they want to be sure of the costs before proceeding. Back in January Council approved a motion for the change to be made but they wanted more information including how much the switch will cost. Council heard more about the change at their last meeting but there was still no cost estimate. Council decided to hold off giving final approval until they saw the numbers which will happen at the last meeting of April. That is the deadline for passing the enabling bylaw because provincial legislation says any changes must be passed by Council before the 1st of May. Council is also going to send a letter to the Minister of Municipal Affairs requesting a change that would allow a business owner, who does not reside in town to vote in a municipal election. Currently if someone owns property in two municipalities they can vote to fill municipal council positions in both places.

Belleville man receives charges after pleading guilty to child pornography

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A 37 year old Belleville man has received his charges in accordance to a province-wide internet child exploitation investigation last April.

Steven Clarke has been sentenced to 90 days in jail along with two years probation after pleading guilty to child pornography.

Clarke's name will also be registered on the National Sex Offender Registry for the next ten years along with a ten year ban from public places where children under 16 could be present.

(Meghan Spotswood)


Big Changes to Tillsonburg Fair

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The new dates for the Tillsonburg Fair are such exciting news a Canadian superhero and some of his friends will be at the festivities. Instead of the 3rd week of August the 4 day extravaganza will now be held from July 20th to the 23rd. There is a new midway provider, and instead of the usual big stage show on Saturday night, the Fair Board has decided to go with a gaming tournament on the Saturday and Comicon on Saturday and Sunday. Fair Board Past President Mike Dean says there are a couple of reasons for the changes. The first, involving the date is because a change of providers of the midway and this was one of the few dates available. Secondly the group decided to shift directions to attract more people over a longer period of time rather than just one big act for a couple of hours on a Saturday night. Dean notes one of the features of Comicon will be an appearance by Captain Canuck, armed with 500 special edition comic books containing artwork representing the Tillsonburg Fair which will only be available at Comicon. More details are available at the Tillsonburg Fair website

Brantford Police respond to two females taking their time in a public washroom

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Spending more than half an hour in a public bathroom in Brantford on Sunday night was enough to attract police to the scene.

Upon arrival, Police approached the suspects and two females identified themselves falsely.

A 30 year old woman is charged with Obstruction of Police and Breach of Recognizance. A 24 year old woman was also charged the same, however she was also found in possession of $270 worth of Fentanyl. She is also charged with Possession of a Controlled Substance.

(Meghan Spotswood)


Woodstock canine service dog helps track down suspects

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Woodstock Police Service Canine Striker has been sniffing up some crime these past few days.

On the 24th of March, police responded to a manufacturing plant where two female employees were stealing other employees belongings while at work. One of the suspects had fled in a vehicle prior to police arrival, however officers were able to locate the suspect 10 minutes later. PSD Striker was brought in to search the vehicle and found several stolen pieces of identification. As a result of this, two females and one male are facing a paw-ful of charges.

Fast forward to the early morning of March 26th, where officers responded to a vehicle on Dover Street having proof of a hit and run.

PSD striker was again brought on scene to search for the suspect. With the assistance of striker, officers were able to locate and arrest the subject. A 36 year old Woodstock male now faces a series of charges such as Fail To Remain.

(Meghan Spotswood)

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No Yoke, They Are Stolen

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If someone is offering a great deal on barn board to redecorate with and selling antique wooden cow yokes as accent pieces, you may want to think about calling Crimestoppers.  
Wellington OPP is investigating nearly $8,000 worth of barn board and cow yokes stolen from a barn near Erin. The thefts occurred sometime within the past 6 weeks.
Anyone with information should contact Wellington OPP or Crimestoppers.(bd)


Minister to Cool Hot Housing Market

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There will be measures taken in the upcoming provincial budget to cool off the red hot housing markets in Toronto and Hamilton.  Finance Minister Charles Sousa says people buying homes and properties to hold and flip rather than inhabitate are one of the leading causes for making housing unaffordable for first time buyers.  The Minister says there are many options available but has to ensure that any steps he takes will not have unfortunate consequences.  Sousa has not set a date for the budget yet, but it is expected to be tabled in the Provincial Legislature sometime in the coming weeks. (bd)


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