Belleville man receives charges after pleading guilty to child pornography

Tuesday, 28 March 2017 07:26
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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)


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

Tuesday, 28 March 2017 07:11
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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

Tuesday, 28 March 2017 07:00
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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

Tuesday, 28 March 2017 06:50 BD
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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)


Ready To Rumble

Tuesday, 28 March 2017 06:19 BD
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Woodstock Police intercepted a group on the weekend as apparently they were getting ready to rumble.  

A citizen flagged down a cruiser just after 9 Saturday night to say he had just had a gun pointed at him. A quick search came up with the suspect vehicle and police found a cache of weapons designed to be used in a fight.  As well as arresting the four people in the vehicle cops found a replica handgun, brass knuckles and a baseball bat.  The investigation revealed this incident was part of an ongoing feud between a couple of groups.  

Facing multiple charges including possession of prohibited weapons, pointing a firearm, and breaching a prohibition order are a 27 year old man from Brantford, and 18 year old female from Woodstock, a 40 year old woman and 30 year old male from South-West Oxford. The man from SWOX was passed on to Hamilton Police who had a warrant for his arrest. (bd)


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